VPNtunnel is a Swedish personal VPN service offering OpenVPN and PPTP protocols. Most of the servers of VPNtunnel are located in Sweden. Recently, the company has expanded and is now offering IP addresses from more countries such as Netherlands, Denmark, and Germany.
VPNtunnel, unlike some other VPN service providers, does not keep logs of customer connections. With VPNtunnel, your privacy is completely protected.
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Speed tests will be coming soon. Most of the servers are located in Sweden in a datacenter with a capacity of 10 Gbps and as mentioned above Netherlands, Denmark, and Germany.
Your VPN speeds will be affected by your proximity to these countries listed above.
VPNtunnel Pricing Plans
Although listed in Euros, VPNtunnel plans are competitively priced. The company also offers discounts on long term plans. VPNtunnel.se does not offer a free trial to customers.
- 1 month- €5
- 3 Months- €14 (6% savings)
- 6 months- €27 (10% savings)
- 12 Months- €49 (17% savings)
Setup / How to Use VPNtunnel
VPNtunnel.se offers an OpenVPN client that is easy to set up. The VPNtunnel client supports the following platforms:
The client that the company offers provides basic VPN service features such as:
- Dashboard – stores and accepts user/password information
- Country selection – choose and change the country of your VPN server
- Connection guard – forces listed applications to use the VPN connection
Most of VPNtunnel servers are located in Sweden. However as mentioned VPNtunnel has expanded and is now offering servers in countries such as the US, Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark.
VPTtunnel supports OpenVPN SSL and PPTP protocols. VPNtunnel.se service supports all the prominent browsers, including Google chrome.
VPNtunnel vs. The Competition
The strongest VPNtunnel selling point is that it provides 100% security to its users. It does not keep a log of customer connections. This is something that not every VPN service provider can boast of. The pricing plans offered by VPNtunnel are competitive and should appealing especially for Swedish VPN users.
According to the VPNTunnel blog, there have been occasional connectivity issues for some new users who were connecting through the US based servers. We will assume the best as the US data center is a new addition and we like their transparency in talking about server problems.
If you are paranoid about your privacy then you want to choose a VPN service provider that is headquartered in a location where privacy and freedom are respected. Sweden is on top of the list where privacy and freedom are respected.
While VPNTunnel does not have a free trial to test out their services, nonetheless, if you live near or in Sweden then VPNTunnel might be a good provider to try.