# of Servers
400
Server Locations
70
Price Per Month (From)
$1.39
Free Trial
7 days


7.6/10
Informr score
VPN Unlimited currently has an Informr score of 7.6 out of 10. This score is based on our evaluation of 21 sources including reviews from users and the web's most trusted critics.

The "1-Minute" Review

Verdict

If you have simple needs -- such as unblocking sites -- then VPN Unlimited fits the bill. However, if you want more features and control over your settings, you’re better looking elsewhere.

What's good

  • Affordable pricing
  • Very secure encryption protocol with AES-256
  • Excellent customer service
  • Bitcoin support
  • Unblocks streaming services like Netflix and iPlayer

What's bad

  • Session logging
  • No kill switch on Windows
  • Performance a bit slow
  • Have to add/remove device from site for multi-device use
  • P2P only supported in 5 countries

While not the biggest name in the VPN game, what VPN Unlimited lacks in servers it makes up for in useful features. Is it the right VPN for you? Let’s see what others have to say.

Pricing

VPN Unlimited is priced near the average of other services when comparing monthly rates. However, if you’re willing to commit to multiple years, you’ll see significant savings. If you find the service to your liking, their lifetime plan is by far the best deal.

VPN Unlimited also offers a 7 day no-strings free trial if you want to check out speeds and features for yourself.

Supported Devices

You can use VPN Unlimited on a variety of devices. There are official clients for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Linux, Windows Phone, and Apple TV. It even has browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox and Opera.

Ease of Use

VPN Unlimited’s software is incredibly easy to use according to reviewers. Once you launch the app, you’re one click away from anonymous browsing. There’s also a sidebar that allows you to find exactly what you need, making it perfect for people who are just getting started with VPNs.

The Best VPN states, “... This easy to use dashboard will provide everything that you need and more.”

Simultaneous Connections

Depending on the subscription tier you choose, VPN Unlimited 5 or 10 simultaneous connections.

But that doesn’t mean you can simultaneously connect any 5 or 10 devices. VPN Unlimited has 5 or 10 ‘slots’ you can assign to specific devices or browser extensions. Once you fill these slots you need to sign into their site and delete a device if you want to add a new one.

It’s a bit inconvenient -- especially when competing VPN services allow you simultaneous connection from any combination of devices.

Included Features

Besides the standard anonymous browsing, VPN Unlimited also offers:

  • Video streaming (Netflix, etc)
  • Bitcoin payments
  • DNS leak protection
  • The ability to automatically disable the VPN on whitelisted networks
  • Kill switch for Android and Mac apps

While reviewers welcomed these features, they were let down that VPN Unlimited did not provide things like a kill switch for Windows, direct L2TP support, OpenVPN tweaks, or even a manual server selector.

If you use P2P services, such as Bittorrent, you might want to look elsewhere. Although VPN Unlimited technically supports P2P, they note that they may "subside connection speeds due to torrenting." So, while critics aren’t sure exactly how they would know who is using P2P, you might face throttling if VPN Unlimited detects that you are.

More importantly, they only support P2P on 5 servers (Canada, USA, France, Luxembourg, and Romania). Outside of these servers, you can use P2P but you’ll see very slow speeds.

Privacy and Logging

As you would hope, VPN Unlimited uses only the strongest VPN protocols -- most notably OpenVPN combined with AES-256 encryption. This is the same encryption used by federal agencies to transmit sensitive information.

There’s also IKEv2 if you want something else or you can use KeepSolid’s Wise technology for added protection. However, reviewers note that using Wise technology resulted in a slight dip in speed despite helping them bypass VPN detection and blocking systems.

And while the desktop app doesn’t have specific DNS leak protection settings, when tested with different tools, expert didn’t find any leaks.

On the logging side of things, reviewers were disappointed with VPN Unlimited’s lack of transparency.

Reviewers dug through the Privacy Policy and found that VPN Unlimited collects total amounts of web traffic and dates for each session. You can view these logs yourself through their web console.

More troubling is the fact that they might collect technical non-personal information in the background. When experts dug deeper, they found that VPN Unlimited recorded their computer name and the name of their Windows user account.

Performance

In reviewer tests, VPN Unlimited provided generally reliable connections. However, it took them 5 seconds longer than other VPNs to establish a connection.

Once connected, transfer speeds were a mixed bag.

For the most part, reviewers could get decent ping times and minimal latency -- though latency still lagged behind competing services.

Reviewers also found performance outside of the US and Europe inconsistent due to the lack of nearby servers.

Support

24/7 customer support doesn’t mean much if they don’t respond to you quickly. Luckily, reviewers were very pleased with response times, with most receiving a response in less than 20 minutes consistently.

Better still, the responses they received were detailed with links to relevant documents.

While reviewers wished VPN Unlimited offered live chat support, they were happy enough with the speed and overall response they received.

The Takeaway

While there are definitely some issues with VPN Unlimited -- especially with their P2P speeds and logging -- reviewers recommend it for people who have simple needs and a limited budget.

TechRadar states, “KeepSolid [VPN Unlimited] offers decent performance for a fair price, and apps run on almost everything…


What the Critics Are Saying...


PCWorld

VPN Unlimited recently overhauled its desktop apps and offers flexible pricing. It also works with Netflix, and has pretty good speeds. Privacy-conscious users may not like some of the minimal data the company collects, and the privacy policy isn't as clear as it could be about what gets collected f...

- Ian Paul, PCWorld
Macworld

KeepSolid's VPN Unlimited is a nice looking VPN with serviceable speeds, and a typical but not outstanding privacy policy. It's a good choice for people aiming to get around regional restrictions or just want to use Netflix while on a VPN.

- Ian Paul, Macworld
IGN

KeepSolid isn’t the ideal VPN if you’re looking for maximum privacy, since it does keep some logs and is based in the US. But it offers great performance at a decent price with useful features.

- Whitson Gordon, IGN
Android Authority

VPN Unlimited doesn't do enough to stand out from the crowd and a few potential red flags may make privacy buffs wary. However, if it is a service that suits your needs, the lifetime subscription plan on offer makes it one of the most affordable VPN services out there as far as long-term savings is...

- Ankit Banerjee, Android Authority
TrustedReviews

If you're an advanced user who wants the protection of a VPN on a wide range of devices, then KeepSolid VPN unlimited is a good option, particularly if you opt for its cost-effective three-year subscription. We still slightly favour Private Internet Access, which has similar performance and features...

- K.G. Orphanides, TrustedReviews

Details


Overview
Headquarters USA
Pricing/Sign Up
Starting Price (per Month) $1.39
Plans and Pricing Visit Site
Free Trial 7 days
Money Back Guarantee 7 Days
Payment Options Credit Cards, PayPal, Bitcoin, Other
ID Required Valid email address
Features
Server Locations (# of Countries) 70
Number of Servers 400 +
Devices Per License 5
Simultaneous Connections 5
Unlimited Bandwidth Yes
Double-Hop / Double VPN No
Accesses Netflix Yes
P2P / Torrenting Allowed Yes
Accepts Bitcoin Yes
Non-US Company No
Protected
Protocols IKEv2, OpenVPN
Encryption AES-256
No Logs / No Tracking Yes
Dedicated IP Available No
VPN Over Tor No
Wi-Fi Leak Protection No
Private DNS Server No
DNS Leak Protection Yes
IP Leak Protection No
WebRTC Leak Protection Yes
IPv6 Leak Protection No
Kill Switch No
Supported Platforms
Operating Systems Windows, Mac OSX, iOS, Linux, Android
Mobile App Yes
Router Yes
Browser Extension Yes
Customer Support
24/7 Support Yes
Live Chat Support Yes
Telephone Support No
Email Support Yes
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Critic Reviews


PCWorld

A useful app with minimal options

from PCWorld

VPN Unlimited recently overhauled its desktop apps and offers flexible pricing. It also works with Netflix, and has pretty good speeds. Privacy-conscious users may not like some of the minimal data the company collects, and the privacy policy isn't as clear as it could be about what gets collected from VPN users.

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VPN Unlimited recently overhauled its desktop apps and offers flexible pricing. It also works with Netflix, and has pretty good speeds. Privacy-conscious users may not like some of the minimal data the company collects, and the privacy policy isn't as clear as it could be about what gets collected from VPN users.

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Macworld

A capable VPN and a great option for Netflix fans

from Macworld

KeepSolid's VPN Unlimited is a nice looking VPN with serviceable speeds, and a typical but not outstanding privacy policy. It's a good choice for people aiming to get around regional restrictions or just want to use Netflix while on a VPN.

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KeepSolid's VPN Unlimited is a nice looking VPN with serviceable speeds, and a typical but not outstanding privacy policy. It's a good choice for people aiming to get around regional restrictions or just want to use Netflix while on a VPN.

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IGN

Offers great performance at a reasonable price

from IGN

KeepSolid isn’t the ideal VPN if you’re looking for maximum privacy, since it does keep some logs and is based in the US. But it offers great performance at a decent price with useful features.

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KeepSolid isn’t the ideal VPN if you’re looking for maximum privacy, since it does keep some logs and is based in the US. But it offers great performance at a decent price with useful features.

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Android Authority

Lost in the crowd

from Android Authority

VPN Unlimited doesn't do enough to stand out from the crowd and a few potential red flags may make privacy buffs wary. However, if it is a service that suits your needs, the lifetime subscription plan on offer makes it one of the most affordable VPN services out there as far as long-term savings is concerned.

Read full review

VPN Unlimited doesn't do enough to stand out from the crowd and a few potential red flags may make privacy buffs wary. However, if it is a service that suits your needs, the lifetime subscription plan on offer makes it one of the most affordable VPN services out there as far as long-term savings is concerned.

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TrustedReviews

Boasts a good range of endpoints

from TrustedReviews

If you're an advanced user who wants the protection of a VPN on a wide range of devices, then KeepSolid VPN unlimited is a good option, particularly if you opt for its cost-effective three-year subscription. We still slightly favour Private Internet Access, which has similar performance and featu...More

If you're an advanced user who wants the protection of a VPN on a wide range of devices, then KeepSolid VPN unlimited is a good option, particularly if you opt for its cost-effective three-year subscription. We still slightly favour Private Internet Access, which has similar performance and features, but has a kill switch and has been shown not to keep logs during a court case.

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TechRadar

Powerful but flawed protection from this popular VPN provider

from TechRadar

This VPN has tempting prices and some unusual and appealing features, but matters are spoiled a little by logging and other issues. There's still a lot to like here, though, so take the trial anyway, and see what you think.

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This VPN has tempting prices and some unusual and appealing features, but matters are spoiled a little by logging and other issues. There's still a lot to like here, though, so take the trial anyway, and see what you think.

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VPNxD

Extreme speed performance with easy to use tools

Combination of speed, compatibility, simultaneous connection in 5 different devices and user-friendly apps make VPNUnlimited stand out! Yet, being founded in the USA makes it less reliable because of the data retention law.

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Combination of speed, compatibility, simultaneous connection in 5 different devices and user-friendly apps make VPNUnlimited stand out! Yet, being founded in the USA makes it less reliable because of the data retention law.

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VPN Ranks

Overall performance is impressive

from VPN Ranks

It is neat little VPN service that offers tons of features at unimaginable low prices. When compared to its competitors, VPN Unlimited matches the best services from the industry.

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It is neat little VPN service that offers tons of features at unimaginable low prices. When compared to its competitors, VPN Unlimited matches the best services from the industry.

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PCWorld

A capable service with good speeds

from PCWorld

The information that KeepSolid collects from VPN Unlimited is not that different compared to other VPN services. Still, it doesn’t meet the gold standard of privacy and anonymity. VPN Unlimited doesn't have the greatest Windows app in the world, but it offers flexible pricing, works with Netfli...More

The information that KeepSolid collects from VPN Unlimited is not that different compared to other VPN services. Still, it doesn’t meet the gold standard of privacy and anonymity. VPN Unlimited doesn't have the greatest Windows app in the world, but it offers flexible pricing, works with Netflix, and has some serviceable speeds. Privacy conscious users will want to read the privacy policy closely, however.

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vpnMentor

Good price, but low server count and poor customer service

from vpnMentor

Offers more than most in its price range, as well as six different pricing plans to choose from. They offer up to five connections at simultaneously, which is definitely one of their strong points. They do not, however have a ton of servers to choose from, with only 24 worldwide. We like that the...More

Offers more than most in its price range, as well as six different pricing plans to choose from. They offer up to five connections at simultaneously, which is definitely one of their strong points. They do not, however have a ton of servers to choose from, with only 24 worldwide. We like that they do not keep any logs, but their customer service leaves something to be desired as we could not get in touch.

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