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VPN.Asia Review – What Should You Expect From The Service?

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Saturday, July 11th, 2015


VPN.Asia is a privacy offering from Virtual Performance Group, Inc., a British Virgin Islands based company. The provider claims to offer high quality VPN service at a very affordable price. In this VPN.Asia review, we will check if these claims are true and also make a subscription recommendation.

Server Locations & Site Access – VPN.Asia maintains a network of 108+ servers in 15 countries through which it offers 24,000+ IPs to its subscribers. Here is the list of countries where the provider has deployed its servers:

United States (50+ servers at New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, Miami, Dallas and 4 other locations), France, United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Spain, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Brazil.

Due to its well distributed server network, the service is ideal for expats and frequent travelers from Europe and America who are looking for a reliable service to access GEO-IP blocked On-Demand content from their home countries. The service makes it easy to access streaming services like BBC iPlayer, 4OD, Netflix, HBO Now, USA Network, CBS, Channel Ten, Amazon Instant Videos, RTL, Voddler, ABC Player, Zattoo, TV Asahi, Deezer, Sky Go, Spotify, Canal+, Hulu, HBO Go, TV Japan, MLB, CWTV, ABC iView, Mio TV, Arte, Xfinity, Pandora, iTV Player, FOX, TV Tokyo, Foxtel Play, Lovefilm, MTV, NHL, Rara, Direct 8, Eurosport, Demand 5, Vudu, NBC and Vevo from any place in the world. What’s more, the service is tailor-made to bypass all forms of online restrictions and censorship and can be used to unlock frequently blocked sites like Twitter, Gmail, Facebook, Viber, Google Talk, YouTube and Skype from schools, universities, workplaces, China, Middle East and Latin America. Finally, it is also possible to unlock local content from several different countries since there is absolutely no restriction on server switching.

VPN Speed & Bandwidth – All VPN.Asia subscription packages come with unlimited bandwidth. The provider is constantly adding news servers to deliver an extremely fast service to its subscribers. Due to the large number of servers available, the service is perfect for resource hungry and demanding activities like streaming of HD videos, VOIP, video conferencing, multiplayer gaming and of course downloading.

Privacy Settings – VPN.Asia offers a secure and reliable anonymity service via PPTP, L2TP and OpenVPN (TCP/UDP) protocols. The service allows you to hide your IP address from marketing companies and hackers as well as protects your passwords, credit card numbers, social security number and other sensitive details when you are connected to a Wi-Fi hotspot at a mall, airport, hotel or public park. Unlike the anonymity offered by the proxies, the service automatically secures all applications that connect to the internet (including FTP clients, instant messengers, browsers, VOIP applications as well as email clients).

The provider does not log or track browsing activities of its users. It is not clear whether the company logs connection details but even if it does, it is a standard practice among most of the VPN providers.

Supported Operating Systems – VPN.Asia can be easily configured on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, Chromebook, Windows Mobile and DD-WRT routers. The company offers its own VPN client for Mac and Windows but for other systems you would need to configure the service manually. However, this won’t be a difficult task since the company has published text and video tutorials for all systems.

Customer Support – VPN.Asia offers live chat and ticket based support. The live support is available round the clock so you can chat with the support team even at odd hours.

Pricing Options – VPN.Asia’s unlimited bandwidth plans are available for $9 for a month, $25 for 3 months and $73 for a year. The provider even offers a 3 day free trial which offers 50 GB bandwidth and access to 10 servers (100+ IPs) from 3 countries. And in case you are not happy with the quality of the service, you can ask for a 100% refund within 7 days.

Final Verdict – Overall, VPN.Asia doesn’t disappoint as far as the quality of the service is concerned. Since the company offers a 3 day free trial, I urge you give it a try and see whether the service meets your privacy needs. For more information, please visit: www.vpn.asia.


July 11, 2015
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