Selecting a VPN service provider to keep you safe and protected commonly comes down to performance, server location, features, price — not to mention the provider’s track record on data logging and privacy. Which providers you thought were the best for all of those things, and you weighed in?
I have asked my friends to know the top VPN service providers, based on those nominations. Now I’m back to highlight the overall winners. Go Trusted and Astrill VPN
Astrill VPN, the provider with servers in 17 countries and clients for almost every operating system took the top spot with 40% of the overall vote. Astrill supports all modern versions of Windows XP, Windows Visa, and Windows 7. With the Astrill’s feature, you’ll be able to see if Astrill was fast enough to utilize all of your bandwidth and sure enough, it does. YouTube videos start playing immediately and websites load fast. If you want to read more info about Astrill, click here for the review.
Another VPN service that placed on top is the Go Trusted. GoTrusted is a VPN service that provides unlimited access in more than a couple of countries, several different protocols, and will run most operating systems. Their prices are in line with other VPN providers and they provide a 7 day free trial period. GoTrusted has servers located in 5 countries including United Kingdom, U.S, Ireland, Japan and Singapore. For more http://www.vpnmagazin.de/gotrusted-vpn-im-test/
Go Trusted seems to be a good company to go with however if you want a bit more variety in server locations and IP addresses.