|Payment:||Credit Card, Paypal, Bitcoin|
|Protocols||PPTP, IPSec, OpenVPN|
Unspyable offers VPN services located offshore, which can help to increase privacy. The company also has servers located in the US and the UK but doesn’t consider these to be nations that are friendly to users privacy and security. They offer plans that allow you to choose whether you have access to US and UK servers and plans that only allow offshore connections.
Unspyable pricing plans are based on whether or not you want to be able to access VPN servers in the US and UK or only offshore, as well as the term of service you choose to commit to. The plans are priced as follows and come with unlimited bandwidth.
Offshore only, no US or UK VPN access:
- Monthly: $10
- Quarterly : $25
- Semi-Annually: $45.00
- Yearly: $80.00
Offshore with US and UK access:
- Monthly: $13.00
- Quarterly: $32.00
- Semi-Annually: $60.00
- Yearly: $100.00
Offshore VPN accepts payments from:
- Amazon Payments
If you need to use a credit card, you can use it through one of the accepted providers.
Free Trial/Money Back Guarantee
Unspyable does not offer free trial and does not offer refunds unless the service will not work for you.
Coupons / Discounts/ Special Offers
None at present.
Unspyable has two separate VPN networks. The company says this is to protect privacy. The UK and US servers are on a separate network from the offshore locations. The complete list of available locations includes:
VPN Protocols Supported
PPTP, L2TP and OpenVPN are all supported on these networks.
Number of IP Addresses
Unspyable offers a minimal VPN client that consists of open source software and text configuration files that set the network up on the user’s computer.
Common Error Messages
Customer service is available from 8:00 to 17:00 US GMT -7. You can also contact the company via email.
Unspyable does not keep logs.
Legal Use / Torrent Policy
Torrenting is allowed from offshore servers only, not from US or UK servers.
Unspyable vs. the Competition
Unspyable has a great logging policy in that they don’t log anything. Their service is a lot more barebones than many other providers, particularly in terms of a GUI.
Unspyable has a good network concept and sticks to open source solutions, allowing users to inspect anything and everything related to the software they download. This service should be interesting to the particularly privacy conscious, but it might not be to those who want more convenience. The Bitcoin payment method makes it particularly useful to those who need to pay anonymously.