Despite being geographically distant, SaferVPN and PureVPN are two VPN providers quite similar to each other, and you bet they came to crush the opposition. They both try to confine your attention to their big discounts (some of the biggest in the market to be precise), large money back guarantee periods, military grade encryptions and a wide range of operating systems supported that will most likely make your internet provider think you’re in space. They are both no log companies, so you will be anonymous even to them. If you are looking for a VPN service that will put a smile on your face, you definitely need to check out these two bad boys because one of them will most likely be your final choice.
|Countries||UK, DE, AU, FR, FI, SE...||US, UK, CA, DE, NL, LU, SE, AU, RU|
|# Connected Devices||5||5|
|Languages||EN||EN, FR, DE, TR|
|Extra Services||Browser Extensions||Corporate VPN|
|1 Month Plan||$10.99/mo||$10.95/mo|
|3 Months Plan||n/a||n/a|
|6 Months Plan||n/a||n/a|
|1 Year Plan||$5.49/mo ($65.88)||$5.41/mo ($64.94)|
|Free Trial||1 day||3 days|
|Money-Back Guarantee||30 days||31 days|
In the blue corner we have SaferVPN, a company headquartered in the Big Apple offering you more than 400 servers over 30 countries. Upon registration, you will have a free 24-hour trial where you will be given access to the main features of this software. You’ll be protected by 256-bit encryption with IKEv2, OpenVPN, L2TP and PPTP protocols without any kind of bandwidth limits whatsoever. In order to use SaferVPN, all you need is Windows, Mac, Chrome, Android or iOS, and if you desire more than these operating systems you are also given the chance to use a VPN router and make all your connections safe, including gaming consoles like the PS4, Xbox ONE, Nintendo Wii, Apple TV and many others.
If you cannot test the full software within the 24-hour free trial, make note that SaferVPN has 3 subscription options (monthly, semiannual and yearly). If you purchase the yearly pack you will get a 65% discount, setting the annual price at $59.95. All your deals are completely safe since you have a 14-day money back guarantee and the ability to use a credit card , PayPal , Bitcoin and other payment methods such as EcoPaiz and Mobiamo.
In the red corner, directly from Hong Kong, is PureVPN with its more than 500 servers in 141 countries resulting in over 80,000 IP addresses. To make use of this VPN heavyweight and use its up 5 simultaneous logins you will need to be running Windows, Mac, iOS, Android or Linux. In Windows you will also have the Virtual Router option, a very unique and exciting feature that will turn your desktop or laptop into a virtual router and use to connect up to 10 devices, with support for gaming consoles, Apple TV and more. Its AES-256 bit encryption and OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec, PPTP, SSTP, IKEv2 and Stealth protocols will make sure you are completely protected and hidden from whatever is out there.
PureVPN does not allow you a free trial account but it regularly grants you an amazing up to 79% discount if you purchase the yearly subscription. With a price at $29.88, something like $2.49 per month, PureVPN can be one of the best deals in the market when you purchase it while they have one of their occasional sales running. PureVPN grants you a 7-day money back guarantee and payment options from credit cards and PayPal to PaymentWall, Bitcoin, Alipay, Cashu and even gift cards.
To put an end to this epic battle for VPN survival, one cannot simply say which is better as these are no two ordinary services that will you make you say that they are just another one. Truth is they overturn each other, making you the one who really benefits the most from it. One comes and also gives you superb gaming console and Apple TV support ; the other comes and gives you all that plus a virtual router. If one comes and offers you a free trial account, the other steps up and gives you a ridiculously high discount for the full program. In the end of times it will be up to you to decide which company will earn your trust and which will be KO.