Happy VPN Review

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Happy VPN Review


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Written By: Adam Dagan Cyber security & Privacy expert


Happy VPN was founded in the year 2007 and is based in the United States. From the look of it, it offers a very comprehensive service, which is what we shall explore.

Is My Privacy Protected with Happy VPN?

Happy VPN appears to have a very vague Privacy Policy. Not much has been expanded on regarding whether or not Happy VPN keeps data and for what reason. They do however admit to being willing to disclose any of their users’ information should they be required to do so by law. This is not a good look for Happy VPN because it does not guarantee its user’s absolute privacy as it ought to.
Your privacy is very important to us. None of the information you provide will ever be used for any purpose other than to provide you with the services that you have purchased.

To prevent fraudulent orders we may ask for a scan/ copy of your ID or credit card to confirm your identity.

Happy VPN may disclose your Personal Information if required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to:
1. conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on Happy VPN or the site;
2. protect and defend the rights or property of Happy VPN, the site or the users of Happy VPN;
3. Act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of Happy VPN, the site or the public.”
As a member, you agree to protect your user id/password and our system from unauthorized use. Sharing can result in account suspension and possibly no refund.”

How Much is Happy VPN? Is There a Free Trial?

Happy VPN is slightly more expensive than other VPNs. Its plans are available for servers located in different parts of the world. You could choose a plan for a single month or a three-month plan, and you do not have to worry about any hidden fees or charges. Everything you need to surf safely and anonymously is supplied for you. In addition, you can cancel your account at any time, and you can get a refund if you aren’t happy with the service.

“Our refund policy is: 30 days Satisfaction Guaranteed or your Money Back.
Happy VPN cannot and does not guarantee uninterrupted service. In any event Happy VPN shall never be liable for any monetary damages beyond what the user paid to Happy VPN and this will not include court costs or attorney fees irrespective of any statues or laws that may be interpreted otherwise.”

Happy VPN Speed Test

Speed determines how fast content uploads, so if you’re torrenting or streaming, you want the speed to be somewhat identical to your regular Internet speed. Since a VPN encrypts your data, it usually takes a bit longer to send your data back and forth, which can slow down your connection. However, if your ISP deliberately slows down your connection (also known as throttling) a VPN might increase your Internet speed. Testing a VPN is somewhat pointless because new servers pop up and affect speed. Your speed can also differ according to your location, so your speed test might not match ours.

How is Customer Service at Happy VPN?

Customer support is available through the company as well, but they don’t have a chat option. They do have an email set up, as well as a contact form on their website. Happy VPN has a very fast response time. In fact, in many cases, they will respond within about fifteen minutes or so. However, they do request that you allow up to four hours for a reply.


• Number of Server Locations (countries) – 5
• Does VPN keep logs – No
• Includes Kill Switch – No
• Devices per license – 1
• No hidden fees
• 30-day money back guarantee
• Cancel anytime
• Use on multiple computers
• IP addresses around the world
• Quality customer support

Is Happy VPN Safe?

You can rest assured that you have the capability of connecting your equipment securely through the right protocols. Our Happy VPN review used all three of the protocols this service offered. You can connect only Windows operating systems and Mac devices to OpenVPN, PPTP and L2TP/IPsec, but your specific device may not work with every protocol.

Bottom Line

Happy VPN, just like many other VPNs out there, provides a service too basic for my liking. Sure, there are some amazing features here, but this is nothing new to the VPN world. For any VPN that wants to claim superiority in the VPN arena, it ought to bring something more to the table than what is already being provided. It is about time that all VPNs got into better competition because we are now experiencing pretty much the same basic services, only at different rates.
Overall this is a an awesome service though it could be improved.