Founded by a group of “activists and hacktivists in defense of net neutrality, privacy and against censorship,” the company’s core values center on dedication to its customers and protection of their privacies. Each of their server has its own IP. All users on a particular server share the same IP, which makes user identification difficult and ensures maximum privacy and anonymity.

AirVPN is pretty competitive when it comes to pricing. Subscriptions are available for as short as 3 days and as long as a year. A free 3-day trial is supposedly available if you send their support desk a request, but I waited for 24 hours, and never received my voucher.

The three day plan costs $2.22, which is great because if you're like a lot of people, you prefer subscribing to a short-term plan, and on an as-needed basis. A 1-month subscription comes in at $7.76, which is pricey in comparison to other VPN’s, but it drops down to $5.54 per month if you commit to a 3-month plan. The 12-month subscription is only $4.52 per month, prepaid at $54.33. All plans come with the same feature set, so there’s no need to buy a premium, long-term subscription in order to access things like OpenVPN and p2p.