- Aug 2, 2015
- Linux Mint
AirVPN is a moden VPN client that prices out at about 60.00 US dollors a year and about 8.00 US dollors a month.
Thats not a bad price, maybe later I can do a price comparison for the MT family.
I can't pretend I found this on my own, in fact 2 of my longtime MT brothers helped steer me in this direction a few months ago but I digress, lets get back on track.
AirVPN is fairly priced seeing the long list of servers they offer and the reliability of the program itself.
Select "Show Main Window" by right clicking on the tray icon, here you will find your VPN signin options as well as a menu on the left. Just real quick I want to show you how easy it is to set favorite servers for easy access.
From the Main Window, click on servers on the far left side:
at the bottom on the left edge of the "server listing" notice the small box to tick that is labeled "Show All"
this will list the totality of the servers available for you to choose from, and is the default view if you have no Whitelist" built.
Select servers that are not too far from you or that return the best results after some trial and error. Once you find a server that is suitable it is as simple as applying a tick mark to the left side of the server and it will be added to a "Whitelist"
removing it is as simple as removing the mark.
I am not going to do a config conpanion, this is just a review of my opinion and so far I have found the AirVPN servers to be fast, stable, and any server issues result in that server being maintained or replaced.
AirVPN from my experience is well worth the price of admission. The customer support is top notch based on my
experience with them, and Eddie is a very user friendly UI.
If them not keeping logs, having quality hosted servers, a happy userbase, and a good price don't spark your interest well go see your Doctor because you may be lacking a pulse lol
Seriously though, if you value your privacy, or are needing the added security that a VPN offers AirVPN might be right up your alley. I have found it to be reliable even with sattelite internet and well worth the money and
time I have invested.
Thanks to my MT brothers who helped steer me in that direction with conviction, you know who you are, and your appreciated.
PS: If time allowed for it, I would have loved to do a menu by menu breakdown of the best settings.
This is a little shorter than I wanted seeing the amount of time I have to spare as of late. At a later date I may go all out and release a tweak guide when my schedule slows up a little.