FastVPN.me Review just opened up for business this year. This Hong Kong-based VPN provider has limited protocols, but it does have a great legal structure. This VPN also takes some of the most desirable forms of payment from a privacy perspective.
FastVPN.me Speed Test
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FastVPN.me Pricing Plans
FastVPN.me has only one pricing option: a flat fee for unlimited bandwidth. The price is $12/month. There is currently a monthly discount plan available, however.
FastVPN.me Setup / How to Use FastVPN.me
FastVPN.me requires that you set up the connection manually. There are step-by-step instructions on the site. The setup process should not be terribly difficult for anyone who understands the basics of setting up their network connections.
FastVPN.me Free Trial
There is currently an offer at FastVPN.me that allows you to get 24 hours of access to their VPN servers free. No credit card id required to get use this trail. There is also a 3-day money back guarantee.
Fast Special Offers/Coupons
You can buy a monthly renewing subscription at a 17% discount compared to the usual $12 per month. This comes out to $10 per month.
FastVPN.me Server Locations
FastVPN.me is compatible with Mac, Linux, Widows, iOS and Android devices.
FastVPN.me Payment Methods Accepted
FastVPN.me Access Protocols Supported
There is a ticket-based support system available 24 hours per day.
This is an area where FastVPN.me truly shines. The company will only comply with legal demands for information about a client if the legal authority requesting the information is recognized within Hong Kong. The company is fully privately owned and not a subsidiary of any other company.
The company will also respond to DMCA requests if there are complaints. The company does not log any data except your username or password. If you cancel your account, the information regarding your account is permanently deleted.
None listed. There are extensive help files on the site.
FastVPN.me vs. The Competition
Where FastVPN.me falls short is in only allowing the PPTP protocol. This is the least secure of all VPN protocols and was recently shown to be vulnerable to brute force attacks. There is only one nation where the servers are located, which may make this service not as desirable to those who want a VPN for getting by geo restrictions. However if you are using their VPN service as a way to download via BitTorrent you should be fine.
The PPTP protocol-only servers are lacking in terms of the security they provide. We like them for their legal structure, but not as much for their security. This would be a good service for surfing the Internet generally with good privacy and for using BitTorrent.