Astrill VPN Review

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By Aliza Vigderman Aliza Vigderman, Senior Editor, Industry Analyst & Gabe Turner Gabe Turner, Chief Editor
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8.5 /10

What We Like

What We Don't Like

  • Expensive month or six-month plans: Astrill positions itself as a premium VPN, and with that comes premium pricing. It costs $30 per month, which is several times more expensive than most VPNs. Even with a two-year subscription, it still costs $12.50 monthly on average.
  • Only five simultaneous connections: We could only connect five devices to Astrill VPN at the same time, which may not be enough for some people, as the average household has 11 connected devices, this may not be enough for the whole family.
  • No browser extensions: Although Astrill VPN has apps for Windows, macOS, iOS, Linux, Androids and even routers, there are no browser extensions, so you’ll always have to download an app, which will take up more space on your device.

Bottom Line

Astrill VPN is a decent VPN, but it’s nowhere near the ‘premium’ status it’s advertising. Its expensive monthly fees, limit of five devices per subscription, and logging policy that records more than most VPNs do make it less than appealing as a VPN solution.
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