PingBuster hails from the Netherlands. They’ve been in the VPN business since 2010. The company offers servers in a host of different nations and VPN protocols that allow you to browse the Internet in privacy and security.
We will be conducting a speed test for PingBuster in short order.
PingBuster Pricing Plans
PingBuster offers several different pricing plans. They are all unlimited bandwidth and are differentiated by length of service. They also offer 3 days free trial on their service.
PingBuster Payment Methods
PingBuster accepts the following payment methods:
PingBuster Discounts/Coupons/Special Offers
None at present.
PingBuster has an application that you use to setup the service. It supports Windows only. You can also set it up on Linux using Wine, however.
PingBuster Server Locations
PingBuster has servers setup in the following nations:
PingBuster Protocols Supported
You can use OpenVPN on PingBuster. You can also use Socks 5 proxy protocols with the service.
If you do have an issue with the service, you can get support by emailing support@PingBuster.net.
PingBuster does keep track of login times.
PingBuster Torrent Policy
PingBuster does not allow the use of bit torrent protocols on their service.
PingBuster vs. The Competition
PingBuster offers a decent choice of nations to choose from and has proxy as well as VPN service, giving it some flexibility. The payment methods are limited at present and they don’t accept Bitcoin, as do some other providers. Their client does not support Mac as of yet, so that may limit its usefulness to some users.
PingBuster as a good website set up with plenty of support information included on it. Their proxy service advertises that you won’t notice any difference in speed when you’re hooked up to it, so that may be a big selling point to some users who just want to hide their IP address when they’re surfing. The PingBuster policy with torrents, however, may be too restrictive for some users, given that they’re not allowed at all. The service does offer all the other advantages of a VPN, however, including encrypting your traffic, hiding your IP and offering you a way to get around firewalls and other obstructions to enjoying the Internet at its freest and fullest. The pricing on the packages are also attractive and competitive with other providers.