ProtonVPN’s website is filled with enticing promises, with marketing messages promoting the high-level security and privacy this VPN brings. However, even though ProtonVPN is one of the most well-known VPNs, we’re sure you know better than to trust any company’s claims. With that said, we wish you a warm welcome to our hands-on ProtonVPN review, guiding you through everything this interesting VPN offers.
We’ve tested dozens of VPN services so far, without being afraid to dive into their smallest bits. We also understand that our readers decide to use VPNs due to different purposes. While some want to protect their digital privacy, others want to hide from their ISPs. And of course, millions of VPN users are interested in unblocking media streaming platforms. Therefore, it’s time to see what kinds of users can rely on ProtonVPN, and for what purposes.
We’ll start this review by first introducing you to this VPN. We’ve prepared three tables with overviews of ProtonVPN’s most prominent features, so let’s jump right in.
|Logs||No personal data collected.|
|Number of Servers||50+ countries; 1,050+ servers.|
|Parallel Connections||Up to 10.|
|Encryption Standards||AES-256; IKEv2/IPsec, OpenVPN.|
|P2P Support||YES (via some servers).|
|Live Chat Support||NO|
|Supported Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux, Android (TV), iOS, routers.|
|Price||Starts at $3.29/month.|
We have also tested ProtonVPN’s media streaming capabilities. With that said, here’s a handy table showing which streaming platforms work with this VPN service.
Media Streaming Support
|Amazon Prime Video||YES|
And we have one more table. We’ve created this one for those who are in a rush. Check out some of the most prominent pros and cons of using ProtonVPN, along with our final (post-review) verdict.
The Bottom Line
|Pros||Easy to install; Polished interface; Strong encryption; Suitable for media streaming; Supports P2P; Plenty of advanced features.|
|Cons||Not the fastest VPN out there; Not the most affordable option.|
|The Final Verdict||Despite a few drawbacks, ProtonVPN is a highly capable VPN that has the means to keep you safe and protected online – but it comes at a high price.|
Dear readers, that would be all for our introductory segment. We’ll now continue with our full and hands-on review of ProtonVPN, so make sure to join us.
What’s New in ProtonVPN? – Recent Updates & New Developments
In general, it’s advisable to invest in any VPN’s long-term plan. That’s how you can save the most, as annual plans often bring huge discounts. However, that also means that you need a fast-developing VPN that will continue to build on its set of features. So, let’s check what’s new in ProtonVPN.
1. Now Available on Android TV Devices
After announcing its beta app in December 2020, ProtonVPN launched its Android TV app in January 2021. As you can imagine, this app is mostly oriented toward unblocking media streaming services, bringing a highly polished and modern design. Of course, ProtonVPN didn’t forget about privacy-protecting features, including DNS and IPv6 leak protection.
ProtonVPN’s newly launched Android TV is available on devices running Android 5 and above. If you have a free account, you can connect to three countries (the USA, the Netherlands, and Japan). However, users of ProtonVPN’s Plus and Visionary plans will reap all of the app’s benefits, including media streaming.
2. NetShield – A Holistic Online Protection Tool
In January 2021, ProtonVPN introduced a set of highly interesting features grouped under an all-new tool called ‘NetShield.’ This tool comes with two additional layers of protection, with the first level preventing your Web browser from accessing potentially dangerous resources. Yes, we’re talking about malware, spyware, and other malicious software.
Then, the second layer is designed to block ads and digital trackers. ProtonVPN now comes with its own ad-blocker, creating a much safer and private Web browsing experience. Lastly, keep in mind that NetShield is available on Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows.
3. ProtonVPN Expands Its Server Network Across South America
Indeed, ProtonVPN doesn’t have the biggest server network. However, it comes with strategically placed servers, focusing on countries where digital privacy is at risk. With that said, ProtonVPN reached new countries in August 2020, setting up servers in Chile, Colombia, and Peru. Each of those countries received eight new VPN servers.
Besides helping its subscribers from Chile, Colombia, and Peru to access nearby servers, ProtonVPN now allows everyone to get IP addresses associated with those countries. Lastly, keep in mind that this latest group of servers is only available for those using ProtonVPN’s paid plans.
4. ProtonVPN Keeps on Fighting for Freedom in Hong Kong
We’ve seen numerous worrying events happening in Hong Kong in 2019 and 2020, especially once the ‘National Security Law’ came into effect. VPN services were also affected by this law, prompting them to keep and share logs. As a result, many VPNs have decided to leave Hong Kong – but not all.
ProtonVPN was one of the rare VPNs to have stayed in this city and optimized its strategy to keep protecting its subscribers’ privacy. Right now, ProtonVPN offers “bare metal” servers in Hong Kong while also implementing full-disk, block-level encryption on all of its servers.
5. Open-Source Software & An Independent Audit
Numerous VPN services claim not to collect personal data. However, we’ve seen numerous times before that VPNs turn against their subscribers when pushed hard enough. That’s why we highly recommend going for a true no-logs VPN – which must have proof of its claims.
In January 2020, ProtonVPN decided to become as transparent as possible. Aside from making its software open-source, it also went through an independent audit. This was the VPN’s chance to show that it doesn’t collect any personal data – which turned out to be true.
ProtonVPN Review 2021 – Everything You Need to Know Before You Subscribe!
Keep in mind that we’ve tested the ‘Plus’ version of ProtonVPN. There’s also the ‘Basic’ version, which comes cheaper but is severely limited. And there’s the ‘Visionary’ plan that is covered by this review as well (this one supports more devices and includes a product called ProtonMail). And also, don’t forget to check our article on our process of reviewing VPNs.
Table of Contents
Background, Jurisdiction & Reputation
ProtonVPN seems to be a reliable and trustworthy VPN service. Being based in Switzerland, it has proactive security measures regarding your privacy protection. Our Score: 10/10.
You might not be aware of the importance of knowing where your chosen VPN comes from. That’s because VPNs handle plenty of personal data, so you need to make sure that no one collects it. With that said, here’s what you need to know about ProtonVPN.
Where Does ProtonVPN Come From? Is It Part of the 5/9/14-Eyes Alliance?
As proudly stated on its official website, ProtonVPN comes from Switzerland. This country is known for its neutral diplomatic stance and its efforts to protect its citizens’ privacy.
In fact, the right to privacy is guaranteed in ‘Article 13’ of the Swiss Federal Constitution. So, let’s go over some of the most interesting highlights regarding this country’s privacy-protecting laws. This will make it clear why ProtonVPN has chosen to base its operation in Switzerland.
- Any individual has the right to have his/her data corrected or deleted. This means that if you ask any data processing company to delete your personal data (in writing), the company must respond within 30 days. Of course, ProtonVPN is considered a data processing company.
- Your IP address is considered to be your personal information. As ruled by the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland, your IP can’t be used to trace your online whereabouts.
- There’s also the Swiss Federal Data Protection Act (DPA). This is a comprehensive set of laws dictating how personal data is processed by individuals, companies, organizations, and federal authorities. Interestingly enough, companies are forbidden to disclose your private data to third parties without your consent.
We should also highlight the fact that Switzerland isn’t a member country of the European Union. Furthermore, this country isn’t a member of the 5/9/14 Eyes Alliance, which certainly sounds reassuring.
In theory, it looks like your private data is protected in the best way possible. As you’ll see later on in this review, ProtonVPN doesn’t collect your personally identifiable information (which doesn’t come as a surprise). So, even if something happens and your data gets collected (which can hardly happen), there are still numerous valid protections in place.
Did ProtonVPN Leak Private Data in the Past?
Back in September 2018, a privilege escalation bug was discovered in ProtonVPN’s code. However, this VPN acted before the bug was revealed publicly and patched this vulnerability.
In other words, no users were affected, and this vulnerability didn’t lead to any malicious code being sent through its secure network. Other than this report, we didn’t find anything that could be troubling regarding ProtonVPN’s practices.
It’s safe to say that ProtonVPN knows how to create a secure VPN connection. It never leaked any personal data of its users, and there are no reports of someone hacking into its network. So far, all of this sounds very reassuring. Of course, we’ll test all of ProtonVPN’s security-related claims, so make sure to read this article in its entirety.
Supported Platforms & Devices
ProtonVPN can be used on many popular platforms, with routers included. It’s also expanding the list of supported platforms, with Android TV being the latest addition. Our Score: 8/10.
As noted earlier, we’ve tested the ‘Plus’ version of ProtonVPN, which gives you five simultaneous connections. In general, having five ’empty slots’ within a single subscription should be more than enough to meet your needs. Of course, you also want to make sure that you can install this VPN on a wide range of devices.
|Desktop Platforms||Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS.|
|Mobile Platforms||Android, iOS.|
|Routers||DD-WRT, Tomato, AsusWRT, and more.|
|Other Devices||Android TV.|
In terms of desktop platforms, there are native apps for Windows and macOS. In 2020, ProtonVPN also brought a Linux app. When it comes to mobile platforms, Android and iOS are supported. This was previously a drawback as ProtonVPN wasn’t available on Apple’s mobile operating system. However, that changed in November 2018, when ProtonVPN reached the iOS App Store.
Additionally, ProtonVPN can be installed on a range of routers. Since it uses the OpenVPN protocol, there’s a nice array of compatible routers based on DD-WRT, Tomato, and AsusWRT firmware versions (and other types of routers as well).
We also need to note what’s missing here. As you can see from the table above, ProtonVPN doesn’t offer Web browser extensions. However, since it offers a range of native applications for pretty much any platform available, the lack of Web browser extensions isn’t a drawback.
Installation & Initial Configuration
You shouldn’t have a problem installing ProtonVPN, even if you’re a complete beginner. The entire process can be done within minutes of your time. Our Score: 10/10.
Before getting to use this application, you first need to subscribe to ProtonVPN. Once you sign-up via the official website of this VPN, you can proceed to download its apps. You can do this by logging into your account (on the website) or even without logging in.
Once you log in to your account on ProtonVPN’s website, click on the left-placed item called ‘Downloads.’ You can see the available platforms there, as well as OpenVPN configuration files if you want to want to avoid installing ProtonVPN’s applications.
We’ve tested ProtonVPN on a Windows 10 PC, as well as on a MacBook (running macOS Big Sur), where the installation process went without a single problem. ProtonVPN’s installation files are lightweight, so you can download them fairly quickly even if you don’t have a fast Web connection.
Once installed, you will see ProtonVPN’s log-in screen. Make sure to enter your username and password, and you’ll finally get to access all of this VPN’s capabilities. We’ll explain its UI and what you can expect later in this ProtonVPN review.
ProtonVPN comes with plenty of unique features, adding a lot of value to its offer. Overall, this VPN will meet your needs – but we wished to see some of its features available on more platforms. Our Score: 8/10.
VPNs may look the same on the outside. However, make sure to take a look ‘behind the scenes’ and inspect their features before buying a subscription. This will tell you how much value you’re getting for your money, and you can easily see if a VPN meets your needs. So, here’s what kinds of features you can expect out of ProtonVPN.
VPN Features Checklist
|DNS Leak Protection||YES|
|IPv6 Leak Protection||YES|
|Kill Switch||YES (Windows, macOS)|
|Split Tunneling||YES (Windows, Android)|
|Unlimited Server Switches||YES|
In terms of protecting your online data and preventing leaks, we have to say that ProtonVPN has done a great job. You get both IP and DNS leak protection, which, combined with other technologies, allows ProtonVPN to create an incredibly powerful VPN tunnel.
It’s also interesting to note that ProtonVPN comes with a whole series of advanced features. You get a built-in kill-switch (available on Windows and macOS), whose role is to stop any Web traffic if your secure VPN connection becomes compromised.
Then, there’s also split tunneling (on Windows and Android), allowing you to select which applications use VPN traffic and which ones don’t.
ProtonVPN has also developed technologies you won’t find elsewhere. For example, ‘Secure Core’ is a system of servers in privacy-friendly countries, giving you another layer of security. In other words, this system routes your traffic through several servers before leaving ProtonVPN’s network.
Another feature called ‘Forward Secrecy’ automatically generates new encryption keys each time you use the VPN. This means your traffic can’t be decrypted even if any of your previously used keys get compromised. And lastly, ProtonVPN enables ‘Tor over VPN’ via a selected set of servers.
Server Count & Infrastructure
ProtonVPN comes with a relatively small network of servers. ‘Popular’ destinations are included, but these servers are not evenly spread out across the world. Our Score: 5/10.
Now, we’ll check how many servers ProtonVPN offers, as well as in how many countries and locations – so you can compare it to its competitors. Check out the following table.
Server Count Info
|Number of Servers||1,050+|
|Number of Locations||60+|
|Number of Countries||50+|
|Specific Cities Selection||YES|
As you can see, ProtonVPN currently offers more than 1,050 servers in 50+ countries across the world. It’s important to note that none of these are virtual servers – and instead, they’re physical units. To learn why this matters, make sure to learn more about VPN virtual locations (as well as why some VPNs use them).
However, we can’t say that we’re impressed by this number as top-rated VPNs currently offer more than 6,500+ servers across the planet. Therefore, it can be said that ProtonVPN is behind those VPNs, at least when it comes to its server count.
What’s important to be said is that ProtonVPN’s server network isn’t small, per see. It will meet the needs of ‘average’ home users looking to protect their privacy. This also applies to those looking to stream online media. With that said, more advanced users looking for servers in less ‘popular’ countries won’t find their needs met by ProtonVPN.
UI/UX Design & Ease of Use
ProtonVPN comes with a clean and modern UI design, and it’s one of the most polished VPN applications in terms of its appearance and ease of use. Our Score: 10/10.
Unlike the majority of VPNs, ProtonVPN isn’t forcing a mobile-like UI. Instead, this is a fully-featured VPN application that you can freely resize and reposition as you want. Therefore, it certainly leaves a positive first impression.
The home screen of ProtonVPN provides everything you need to get started, with the biggest portion taking an interactive map of the world. You can use this map to connect to different countries, but it doesn’t really give you an option to fine-tune your experience (which is where the left-placed sidebar enters the game).
To select a server, take a look at the left side of the screen, where you’ll see a list of servers. You can click on any of these to connect automatically, or you can use a dropdown menu to select an individual location. Also, make sure to check out the symbols and icons next to each country’s name – as this is how you can identify servers suitable for P2P traffic, Tor over Onion, and more.
Underneath the ‘Countries’ and ‘Profiles’ tabs, you will see three highly useful buttons. The first one on the left lets you connect to ‘Secure Core’ servers for added security. Then, you can use ProtonVPN’s ‘NetShield,’ which eliminates malware, ads, and trackers. And on the right side, there’s a button that lets you easily enable/disable ProtonVPN’s kill switch.
ProtonVPN also allows you to fine-tune your VPN connection by visiting the application’s settings. This is where you’ll encounter three tabs, so let’s give you a quick overview of what to expect to find here.
- General: To keep yourself protected at all times, you can set ProtonVPN to launch on system startup. This tab also allows you to test new features early, and you can fine-tune the application’s behavior as well (enable/disable notifications, get messages about unprotected networks, and similar).
- Connection: Here, you can choose from different protocols, and you can decide whether ProtonVPN can automatically connect to a server once you launch it. This goes hand-in-hand with the previous tab, allowing you to employ VPN protection at all times.
- Account: And lastly, this is where you can check your account information, such as your username, account type, and account plan. To dive deeper into your subscription, you will see a link at the bottom of this window, taking you to ProtonVPN’s Web dashboard.
All in all, ProtonVPN is one of the rare VPNs with a highly polished UI design. It’s suitable both for beginners and advanced users, as it allows plenty of customization. Every option is explained nicely, and there are helpful tooltips around the application’s UI.
Media Streaming & Torrenting Support
ProtonVPN can help you unblock a whole range of media streaming websites, including Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, Prime Video, and plenty more. Our Score: 10/10.
One of the most popular uses of VPNs is their website-unblocking capability. This is especially interesting when it comes to streaming platforms, so let’s see which services can be unblocked and used via ProtonVPN.
Media Streaming u0026amp; Torrenting Support
|Amazon Prime Video||YES|
When it comes to accessing the US version of Netflix, you’re covered well. Plenty of servers offered by ProtonVPN can make this happen. As you probably know, Netflix USA has the biggest media library out of any other regional version of this streaming platform, so you’ll get to use your subscription in the best possible way.
ProtonVPN can also help you unblock Hulu, and this works well for the most part. However, unblocking Hulu is a notoriously tough thing to do, so we can’t promise that you’ll get the best possible performance. Also, we managed to unblock Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus, and even BBC’s iPlayer.
Let’s also not forget about torrenting. ProtonVPN comes with a range of servers that support this kind of traffic. And more importantly, this VPN has been expanding its network of P2P servers rapidly, so you should be able to find a nearby server (which helps you achieve a fast Web connection speed, crucial when torrenting).
Security & Privacy
It’s clear that ProtonVPN safeguards your private data in the best way possible. However, we do wish to see this capable VPN implementing new technologies at a more rapid pace. Our Score: 8.5/10.
Having the ability to unblock streaming platforms is a nice feature. However, this doesn’t matter much if your chosen VPN cannot protect your online data. With this said, we’ll tell you all the ways that ProtonVPN can make you secure on the Web.
Which Protocols Does ProtonVPN Support?
This VPN comes with the strongest type of encryption that’s commercially available. We’re talking about AES-256, with the key exchange method being 4,096-bit RSA, while SHA384 is used for message authorization. You don’t have to worry about all those numbers and names – all you need to know is that AES-256 should keep your data encrypted in the best way possible.
ProtonVPN has decided to drop less secure VPN protocols and focus on OpenVPN and IKEv2/IPsec. Both of these are known as strong protocols with no known vulnerabilities. Depending on your platform of choice, you’ll either get to use OpenVPN or IKEv2/IPsec – and it really doesn’t matter which one you’ll end up with, as both of these provide reliable performance as well.
Therefore, we’re 100% sure that you’ll be happy with ProtonVPN’s protection for your digital privacy. However, we wish to see this VPN pushing its boundaries even more via adopting new protocols that combine speed and privacy – such as WireGuard. We’ve seen that happen with numerous VPNs last year (Surfshark, TorGuard, NordVPN, and more), which we hope will force ProtonVPN to innovate aggressively in the future.
Does ProtonVPN Log Private & Sensitive Data?
When signing up for a new account, ProtonVPN collects information like your username, email address, and password – as this is needed for you to log-in and use the service itself. Then, once you start using the application, your timestamps will be collected. This seems a bit strange, but the explanation here is that ProtonVPN protects you against password brute-force attacks. Besides, this information is overwritten each time you log-in to the application, so there’s nothing to be worried about.
In terms of data sharing, ProtonVPN works with their parent company (Proton Technologies AG – Switzerland) to share data and provide customer support. That’s because ProtonVPN and ProtonMail use the same user database.
Ultimately, it’s up to you whether you’ll believe this company or not. We think it doesn’t collect any personally identifiable data – and we also believe that it’s playing fair overall.
Does ProtonVPN Leak/Expose Private Data?
We have also done DNS and IP leak tests to ensure that there are no active data leaks. As you can see from the image above, ProtonVPN employs effective DNS leak protection measures. Third-parties on the Web can only see what ProtonVPN is showing them, and this includes your virtual IP address, hostname, country of origin, and more.
Speed & Performance
Considering the level of security and data protection it brings, ProtonVPN comes with stable and speedy performance – on par with what its competitors offer. Our Score: 8/10.
Now, we will tell you what kind of performance you can expect from this VPN. We’ll do this by connecting to several of ProtonVPN’s servers, and we’ll run a series of speed tests. So, let’s get started.
We’ll begin by checking our baseline data. So, we’ve checked the speed of our Web connection without enabling this VPN in the background. During this round of speed tests, we got 366.87 Mbps for downloads and 46.22 Mbps for uploads. Now, it’s time to connect to a nearby server.
We’re located in Europe, where ProtonVPN has plenty of servers. In our case, the nearest server was located in Italy, so we allowed the VPN to make this connection. Then, we ran another test, and this time around, we got 148.82 Mbps for downloads and 13.34 Mbps for uploads.
Finally, we also tested a server in the USA. Based on our location, this is a remote location. Check out the image above, and you’ll see that we got 243.62 Mbps for downloads and 7.31 for uploads.
|Download Speed||Upload Speed||Speed Reduction|
|Baseline Data||366.87 Mbps||46.22 Mbps||0%|
|Europe-Based Server||148.82 Mbps||13.34 Mbps||59.4%|
|USA-Based Server||243.62 Mbps||7.31 Mbps||33.5%|
On average, ProtonVPN made our Web connection slower by 46.45%. This might look like much – but keep in mind that we’ve used the OpenVPN protocol coupled with the strongest type of commercially available encryption. If you’re careful about which server you use (if you only use nearby ones) and if you fine-tune your VPN connection, you can expect even faster speeds.
Since live-chat is missing, all you can do is open a support ticket – and hope that someone will contact you back within 48 hours. Our Score: 5/10.
VPNs are incredibly complex applications that depend on a large network of servers. Therefore, you should not be surprised if something goes wrong from time to time. That’s why you should always go for a VPN that offers reliable customer support, ready to resolve your issues in a timely manner. So, here are all the ways that ProtonVPN will be able to assist you.
- Installation Guides: Installing ProtonVPN is simple. However, more advanced users will want to install this VPN on a router, which certainly requires some technical knowledge. Luckily, ProtonVPN can help you by offering nicely written step-by-step guides.
- Frequently Asked Questions: There’s a whole range of frequently asked questions on the website. These are related to using the application, accessing different types of content, and troubleshooting technical problems. This can be helpful in some situations, even though this customer support section isn’t the most comprehensive.
- Support Tickets: Finally, you can contact the company by filling out a form on its website. Explain your problem in detail and expect to receive a response within 48 hours.
Unfortunately, ProtonVPN doesn’t offer live chat on its website, which is clearly a downside. That means you’ll lose some time waiting on ProtonVPN’s response to your email. We have to say that we’ve expected something better from such a reputable VPN service.
ProtonVPN could benefit from having its price reduced. It offers a lot of value, but we can’t hide the fact that it’s an expensive VPN service. Our Score: 5/10.
As noted earlier, we’ve tested the ‘Plus’ version of ProtonVPN. This one supports up to 5 devices at the same time and also includes premium servers (needed to unblock streaming platforms). So, let’s take a look at how much you need to pay for this VPN service – by going for its ‘Plus’ version.
As you can see, ProtonVPN isn’t the most affordable VPN out there. If you decide to subscribe to ProtonVPN, you should go for its two-year plan – which lets you save 33.7%. In other words, the price goes down from $10.00 to $6.63 per month, and this is still more expensive than what offer VPNs offer (even the top-rated ones).
Once again, it’s important for you to know that we’ve talked about the ‘Plus’ version of ProtonVPN. If you need something more affordable, you can go for its ‘Basic’ version ($5 per month) that supports up to two connections simultaneously. You won’t get premium servers (which means you’ll get limited speeds and no website unblocking), and features like Secure Core and Tor Servers are not on offer.
|‘BASIC’ Plan||‘PLUS’ Plan||‘VISIONARY’ Plan|
|Performance/ Speed||High||Highest (10 Gbps)||Highest (10 Gbps)|
There’s also the ‘Visionary’ subscription plan, which includes ProtonMail – the company’s encrypted email client. However, it comes at a very high price ($30 per month). Take a look below for more information.
Finally, you can pay via PayPal, credit cards, cash, and BitCoin. Therefore, it’s good to know that ProtonVPN supports anonymous payment methods as well. And also, you should know that you’ll get a 30-day money-back guarantee.
ProtonVPN – Comparing Free vs. Paid Accounts
You should also know that ProtonVPN offers a free-of-charge account. And if you check our article on the best free VPNs in 2021, you’ll see ProtonVPN at the top of that list. However, as you can already imagine, having a free account gets you access to only a tiny portion of what this VPN offers.
Keep in mind that our ProtonVPN review is done while using the VPN’s ‘Plus’ plan. Therefore, it doesn’t address the free version of ProtonVPN, which comes with many limitations. Speaking of those, here’s a quick overview of what to expect.
|ProtonVPN FREE||ProtonVPN PREMIUM|
|VPN Connections||1||Up to 10|
And lastly, one important note. When you subscribe to a free-of-charge account, you will receive a 7-day trial of ProtonVPN’s ‘Plus’ plan – which comes with unlocked features. This seems like a very nice way to test-drive ProtonVPN before you buy its subscription.
Do We Recommend ProtonVPN?
It’s easy to recommend ProtonVPN to a broad group of users. It protects your private data in a reliable way, and it seems that it doesn’t log any of your data. Besides having your privacy protected, this VPN lets you download torrents, stream media, and plenty more. Therefore, there is plenty to like about ProtonVPN.
- PROS: Polished UI design; Easy to install; Unblocks a wide range of streaming platforms; Strong encryption; Capable VPN protocols; No data logging.
- CONS: Semi-helpful customer support; High priced.
- OUR SCORE: 8.0 out of 10!
Are you intrigued by what ProtonVPN offers? Well, we’re sure you are! If you need additional information or want to subscribe to ProtonVPN straight away, make sure to use the provided link. We’re sure that many of you are going to be perfectly happy with your choice.