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Headquartered in Delaware, HomeVPN is a relatively new VPN provider that offers a service that may have just what some users are looking for. Given that they are a bit newer, however, they still do need more time to establish themselves among the other leading VPN services out there. Among their advantages are affordable prices and some additional features regarding your IP address that you might find tempting.
We will be conducting a speed test on HomeVPN in the near future.
HomeVPN offers two different tiers of service to users. The pricing scheme not only includes discounted rates for longer commitments, it also increases the amount of bandwidth you are allocated with longer commitments. They include:
You may use the PayPal payment service to set up your VPN with HomeVPN or, if you prefer an anonymous form of payment, you may use Bitcoin.
Free Trial / Money Back Guarantee
HomeVPN offers a free tryout that lasts for seven days and that allows you to download three gigabytes of data.
Coupons / Discount / Special Offers
None available at present.
HomeVPN offers servers located in the following nations:
VPN Protocols Supported
HomeVPN offers OpenVPN and SSL with AES encryption. IPsec is also supported by this provider.
Number of IP Addresses500+
VPN Clients Information
The client provided for HomeVPN is compatible with the Windows, Macintosh and Linux operating systems. In addition to those desktop operating systems, HomeVPN supports the IOS and Android mobile operating systems.
Common Error Messages
“Traffic Limit Reached” and “User Authentication Error” have been reported. These can be resolved by contacting the support desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HomeVPN keeps logs of the server that you are connected to and your internal user ID. This is the only activity logged by the provider. The company logs these to track how much data has been received or transmitted and the duration of time that you are connected to a server.
Legal Use / Torrent Policy
HomeVPN does not allow the use of torrent protocols on its servers.
HomeVPN vs. The Competition
HomeVPN is a new service, so it does need time to establish itself. It’s offerings do include some nice elements, however. For example, there is support for port forwarding included in all of its packages. There are also private virtual OpenVPN servers available and they are provided with dedicated IP addresses, which may give this company an edge with some users.
HomeVPN, being rather new, needs more time to develop as a service. What it does have to offer may appeal to those who want a service that makes it easy to work with dedicated IP addresses and with port forwarding. Those who want to use their VPN for torrenting, however, will have to look elsewhere for a provider.