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- Flexible payment options
- xCloak obfuscation technology
- Kill switch
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Might turn on logging in case of unusual activity
- Confusing UI
BolehVPN receives solid marks in terms of performance and features, but its limited servers and some privacy concerns might scare off people who are concerned about anonymity.
- Generous free plan
- Unlimited simultaneous connections
- 24/7 phone support
- Mediocre performance outside the US, UK, and Germany
- Few features
- No anonymous payment option
Avira Phantom VPN offers an okay experience and is good for people on a budget but drops the ball on features and speed. It’s a good option for people who want occasional protection when traveling or using public Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, it might fall short of expectations for more experienced VPN users.
- Free plan with limited speeds and server selection
- Okay performance
- No logging policy
- No killswitch or split tunneling
- Only 1 connection per account
- Slow customer service
- Dated user interface
- Doesn’t work well with antivirus software
Shellfire might have gotten away with their lack of features in the past, but with so many better alternatives available that give you more bang for the buck, reviews show you’re better off looking elsewhere.