Supports : Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android, webOS, Chromebooks.
Protocols : SSL, PPTP, IPSec, and L2TP (with 256 bit security)
Home Country : United States, with exit servers in 10 US cities, and countries in Latin and South America, Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East—way too many to list here.
Logging Policies : WiTopia does not log information that can be attributable to individual users, purges logs weekly, and only saves registration information and payment details when you sign up.
Price : $50/yr to $70/yr depending on the level of encryption and protocols you need. They also sell a VPN router you can take with you when you travel. You can read more about WiTopia’s pricing and plans here .
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