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IPVanish pricing for its VPN service starts with monthly billing at $10.99.
The annual plan looks good value at $4.50 a month, but beware, that’s a special introductory deal. It jumps to $7.50 on renewal.
IPVanish also offers a VPN + Backup plan with 500GB of cloud storage space from SugarSync. It’s only fractionally more expensive, too, at $12 billed monthly, or $5.50 a month for the first year of the annual plan, $9.17 on renewal.
If you make regular use of SugarSync, this looks like an excellent deal. Buy SugarSync direct from the SugarSync site and you’ll pay $18.95 a month for 500GB, so opting for the IPVanish plan saves a pile of cash and gets you the VPN effectively for free.
If you’ve no real need for web storage, though, opting for another VPN provider could cut your costs significantly. Private Internet Access has a 3-year plan that costs just $2.19 a month, for instance – an upfront payment of $79. IPVanish’s VPN-only plan is $53.99 for year one, $89.99 for years two and three; a total of $234.
There’s a 30-day money-back guarantee, but be sure to check the small print: it’s for yearly plans only. Monthly-billed plans aren’t eligible.
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IP Vanish Review
IP Vanish is my go-to VPN for online gaming. They offer easy, affordable, safe connection online. I use them for all my devices simultaneously.
IPVanish’s simple user interface allows you to connect to 75+ different VPN locations. With 2,000+ servers in many different regions of each country, you get more access to direct locations, and provides more anonymity when browsing or streaming on different platforms. Whether you’re using the list, or map view, you’re guaranteed to find the location you’re looking to connect to. IPVanish does a great job at adding to their list of servers and ip addresses, providing an always changing list of locations to ensure that you always stay one step ahead. Check the locations “load percentage”, and “ping time” to give yourself the fastest load times when browsing anonymously. Or simply use their “Fastest Available” connection. This quickly gives you the fastest connection without the hassle of searching through in order to find the fastest one.
Operating Systems Available
- Windows 8
- Windows 10
- Mac OS 10.11 and up
- iOS 11 and up
- Android 5.0 and up
Linux: Debian or RedHat-based distros
Router Firmware: DD-WRT v2 and v3, Tomato, Asus-WRT, Merlin