AirVPN is a well-known name in the VPN community for its privacy-focused service. AirVPN puts privacy first with its no-logging policy as well as open source apps. They also do not make use of PPTP or L2TP/IPsec. Their server network is tiny and their user interface is a little unwieldy.
The AirVPN desktop client resembles something from the Windows 98 era and is certainly geared towards tech-savvy users who are comfortable changing a variety of features and settings that can be found in the menus. It can be a bit intimidating for users who don’t have any technical knowledge but if they’re willing to learn and take the time to study, this is one of our favorites.
AirVPN provides a free three-day trial that’s more generous than other providers. You can then select the plan that’s best suited to your needs. Plans can range from three months up to six months or two years. You can also get a lifetime subscription. You can pay for your subscription through various options, including PayPal or credit cards and even Bitcoin.
Anyone looking for a huge server park are likely to be disappointed by AirVPN’s service, which has just 200 servers across 23 countries. It does offer good DNS leak protection and is very secure. Its policy of no-logging will be a good option for those concerned about their privacy. They prioritize this by offering cryptocurrency as a payment option, and permitting temporary email addresses.