ExpressVPN is one of our favorite VPNs thanks to its high speeds and strict logging policy.
What We Like
- No data retention laws: As ExpressVPN is based in the British Virgin Islands, it's not part of any international surveillance alliance.
- No logging: ExpressVPN never collected our browsing data, like our IP addresses, browsing history, traffic, etc.
- Split tunneling: We accessed public and private networks simultaneously.
What We Don't Like
- Limited simultaneous connections: Although we could have purchased more connections for more cash, under the plans themselves, we were limited to only five simultaneous connections. To see how to save more money with this VPN, read our page on ExpressVPN deals and discounts.
- No customer support over the phone: We got help only through live chat or email, but that is pretty typical for VPNs.
Bottom LineExpressVPN is a solid option for privacy-conscious users, thanks to strict no-logging policy, the technology it uses in its VPNs and advanced features such as its RAM-only servers. Although it's more expensive than most of the VPNs we've tested, ExpressVPN is a good buy considering the overall value it provides to its users.
The Register. (2021). ExpressVPN bought for $1bn by Brit biz with an intriguing history in adware.
Reuters. (2021). ExpressVPN employees complain about ex-spy's top role at company.