Located in the Philippines, VersaVPN is a relatively new VPN provider, having just started up in March of 2011. The service concentrates on providing affordable VPN services, with different pricing plans being available in different nations. Though they are a new face on the market, they do have some features that experienced VPN users may be interested in.
We will be conducting a speed test on VersaVPN in the very near future.
VersaVPN offers very simple pricing plans. For five dollars per month, you can get a dedicated IP in some nations, plus access to PPTP, L2TP and OpenVPN in all nations where they have servers.
VersaVPN accepts a diverse range of payment options. You may use any of the following to pay for your service:
- Liberty Reserve
- Major Credit Cards
Free Trial / Money Back Guarantee
VersaVPN offers you three days to try out the service and to see if it’s for you. You can get your money back within a five-day period of signing up if you have second thoughts.
Coupons / Discount / Special Offers
VersaVPN is currently running a 20 percent off special.
VersaVPN offers VPN servers in most of the major nations required to get access to geo-restricted content. They include:
There are other nations available, as well, for the dedicated IP service.
VPN Protocols Supported
VersaVPN supports all of the major VPN protocols including: PPTP, L2TP and OpenVPN.
Number of IP Addresses
VersaVPN offers 24 IP addresses.
VPN Clients Information
The VersaVPN client supports Windows, Linux and Macintosh operating systems for desktop computers. It also supports mobile devices using the iPhone and Android operating systems. Tablet computers, routers, and gaming systems such as the Xbox and PS3 are all supported by VersaVPN.
Common Error Messages
The only error message reported with the VersaVPN is a common login error. You can get support for this by e-mailing Support@VersaVPN.com.
VersaVPN only keeps logs to determine how much bandwidth is being used and to determine the availability of servers.
Legal Use / Torrent Policy
VersaVPN does not have any restrictions in place on the usage of their servers. Torrents are allowed.
BrandName vs. VersaVPN
VersaVPN is a new service, so it’s hard to compare them to services that have been around for a long time. They do offer a port forwarding service, which can accommodate up to three different ports, which gives them an interesting offering compared to some of the other providers out there. Their prices are certainly competitive and they do support the higher security VPN protocols including OpenVPN and L2TP.
VersaVPN is really just starting out, but they do have some good features. The 20 percent discount offered right now may be enough to persuade some users to try them. The five-day money back guarantee is a little bit shorter than many other providers offer but VersaVPN monthly rates are low enough that it may not make that much of a difference. The diverse array of payment options available for this provider also makes it an interesting choice.