May 25, 2018
- Fast to make the initial connection
- Some useful features
- Slow in use
- Charges for connecting additional devices
- Awkward to use
- Too leaky to feel secure
Poor value, not the VPN to go for
FlyVPN is a global VPN service, with its servers spread across 40 countries and a presence on every continent – it’s particularly strong in Asia. However, FlyVPN works out as poor value compared to some of the better-known VPN services, and your internet speeds can suffer while using it.
FlyVPN sets up a virtual, encrypted network connection between your PC or device and one of its servers. This gives you the server’s IP address while you’re online, disguising your true IP address and so your identity and location.
Apps are available for Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android, but – unusually – FlyVPN won’t let you connect with more than one device at a time without additional expense. There is a free trial service available, but this limits you to using your VPN for a maximum twenty minutes, three times a day.
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