AirVPN is known in the VPN community for its privacy-focused service. Their no-logging policy, their open source applications and their refusal to use PPTP and L2TP/IPsec are some of the ways they value your privacy. However, their server network is relatively tiny and their useability is a bit on the slow side.
AirVPN’s desktop client has a resemblance of Windows 98 and is geared toward tech-savvy users. They are comfortable with changing various options and settings in the menus. It can be a little difficult for a user with no technical expertise, but if you’ve got the time and willingness to learn, it’s definitely one of our favorite VPNs.
AirVPN provides a free three-day trial that’s better than most. After that you’ll need to choose a plan that fits your requirements. There are plans that span from three months or six months, to two years, or even a lifetime subscription. You can pay for your subscription using several methods, including PayPal credit cards, debit cards, and even Bitcoin.
AirVPN has only 200 servers spread across 23 countries. It does provide good DNS leak protection and is very secure. Their no-logging policy is beneficial for those who are worried about their privacy. They make it a priority to allow users to use a temporary email address and also offering cryptocurrency as payment options.