|Payment:||Credit Card, Paypal, Bitcoin|
|Protocols||PPTP, IPSec, OpenVPN, SSTP|
Pricing and Plans
VPN4All offers plans based on the amount of transfer you use. You get a dedicated fixed IP with each plan. The encryption options include AES-256 2048-bit encryption on their 50GB and “Unlim” plans and 128-bit encryption on their mobile plan.
The pricing is as follows:
- VPN4ALL-Mobile: $4.08 per month, 5GB of transfer
- VPN4ALL-50GB: $7 per month, 50GB transfer
- VPN4ALL-Unlim: $11.83 per month, unlimited transfer
This provider takes credit cards and most other payment options, plus Bitcoin.
Free Trial / Money Back Guarantee
There’s a thirty-day money back guarantee with this provider, which basically functions like a free trial, if you want to use it that way. If you don’t ask for a refund within the thirty-days, however, you cannot get one.
Privacy & Anonymity
This provider does not log. From their website:
“Web Broadcasting Ltd does not cache, log, collect, store, aggregate and use any information whatsoever about user’s Internet activities through the servers on the VPN4ALL server network.”
There is a plan specifically designed for those who want to use the VPN for torrent files. The service advertises P2P-friendly servers and there are no bandwidth restrictions on usage.
There are P2P servers located in Germany, Romania, Singapore, the Czech Republic and in other nations throughout their network.
The company advertises that they have more P2P servers with unlimited plans than any other VPN provider.
VPN4All offers support over live chat and a ticketing system. They have excellent instructions on their site for getting setup and running with their service, as well.
The VPN4All client is not quite as intricate as some of the other options out there, but it serves its purpose. The VPN settings are easily accessible. The client also lets you know whether or not P2P is allowed on the servers, which is a nice touch.
Windows, Mac OSX, Android, IPhone, etc.
VPN4All offers installers for Mac and Windows. There are setup files for other operating systems, including mobile devices.
VPN4All Baseline Speedtest
The speed test for VPN4All was very impressive. It dropped our speed by such a small amount that it was barely noticeable, as you can see from the test results below.
IPCheck and DNSLeak
VPN4All passed these tests in both regards, providing a secure connection without tweaking any settings.
- PC, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, router compatibility
- PPTP, OpenVPN, SSTP, IPSec (mobile) and IKEv2 (mobile)
- No logging
- Versatile plans
- 24/7 Support
- Bitcoin accepted
- AES-256 RSA 2048-bit encryption
Areas for Improvement
The client for this provider isn’t as intuitive or rich with features as what others offer. Other than that, however, it does give you most everything you need and shouldn’t be too difficult for anyone to figure out.
VPN4ALL offers a service that is private and reliable enough for use by business users. The P2P-friendly nature of their network also makes it a good choice for torrent downloads.
The logging policy cannot be beat where privacy is concerned, and is one of the strongest selling points for this provider.