Best VPN Services 2019: What’s Safe to Use

#2: NordVPN (Best Low-Cost VPN)

NordVPN features everything mentioned above including a handy kill switch which automatically disconnects from the Internet if the VPN service goes offline. This protects users against reprisals from their browsing.

NordVPN is a relatively inexpensive service, considering the offerings.

The paid version starts at $2.75/month, provided that you sign up for 36 months at once ($99 total). By opting for a 1-year contract the price jumps to $6.99 – still relatively reasonable considering the competition.

If you’re still not sure whether NordVPN is right for you, the VPN service also offers a short free trial of 3 days and 30-day money back guarantee.

Pros (The Good)Cons (Bad)
+ Low-Budget Price– Average speeds
+ Works with nearly every Netflix server
+ 5000+ servers in 62 countries

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Rating: 5

5 thoughts on “Best VPN Services 2019: What’s Safe to Use

  1. The biggest issue that I’ve had with VPNs previously is random disconnections or hang-ups which slow down your ability to navigate online. As somebody who works fast, a buffering screen or slow loading webpage is near hell for me. I have experience with several of the VPNs listed in this review and can moderately recommend PIA for ease of use and generally positive connectivity.

  2. I have tried Nord VPN it works well, But only problem I faced is that it is not secure as they said. It also lags because of the servers are used everywhere I tried free membership it doesn’t give full support but it’s nice to have this VPN in system. It uses secure and the best proxy servers.

  3. I would love to know what you think about WindScribe. I know it’s bad that it’s headquartered in a “5 eyes” country though I don’t know why. If they don’t keep logs, what difference does it make?

    • WindScribe actually has a potential Backdoor which appeared after we tested their setup file with VirusTotal. In addition, they confirm to log last activity timestamps and the total amount of bytes transferred in a 30 day period.. And in the end we never know for sure, these are just claims. A VPN gets extra pointsif their HQ is not located in 5 eyes just for security reasons. We think of it as a risk minimalization 🙂

      PS: We did a review on WindScribe as well. If you are looking for specific info

      I Hope it helps!


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