Securevpn.to VPN Review
SecureVPN.to is unique amongst many VPN providers as they do not have a centrally located headquarters. They claim to be operated by independent privacy activists, and each server is handled within the jurisdiction where it is located. This does raise eyebrows but let’s see what they have to offer in a world full of competence.
Is My Privacy Protected with SecureVPN.to?
SecureVPN.to has a strict no-logging policy where they don’t log any information that could be used to identify you. You are allowed to connect as many devices as you own to as many servers as you like
How Much is SecureVPN.to? Is There a Free Trial?
SecureVPN has a free plan and a paid plan.
Somewhat expectedly, the free plan is limited. You won’t get full access to SecureVPN’s network, and bandwidth is capped at 1000 MB per month. This clearly won’t cut it if you’re an average to high Internet user, but it should be more than enough for email and light browsing.
Unfortunately, you will also only be able to use the VPN for 20 minutes at a stretch, which is a significant drawback.
The paid version, however, is reasonably priced. More significantly, paying for a whole year up front will bring the price down to $5.83 a month, making it one of the cheapest VPN services around.
They accept a wide range of anonymous payment methods including Paysafecard, LiteCoin, Bitcoin, Perfect Money, and Worldcoin. It is worth noting that it may take up to 48 hours to process your payment when you use Paysafecard. None of your information is provided to the external payment processors as all payments are processed by SecureVPN.to’s own payment interface. Subscription plans include access to all features and locations and vary by length.
SecureVPN.to Speed Test
SecureVPN’s servers boast excellent uptime. You’ll also get unlimited bandwidth and no speed throttling when you’re on a paid plan.
That said, according to its Terms of Service, SecureVPN reserves the right to impose limits and suspend or block the service at its ‘sole discretion’.
This is extremely vague and wide wording. Other VPN services we reviewed that have similar restrictions do not use such broad and general language; and qualify their discretion by stating it will only be used in exceptional cases of abuse or illegality.
How is Customer Service at SecureVPN.to?
Unfortunately, SecureVPN’s website still lacks a knowledgebase. And although it does have an FAQ section, at the time of writing this, it is extremely limited.
The good news is that you can get in touch with live customer support seven days a week from 9 am to 5pm Eastern Standard Time. You can also open a support ticket by filling in an online form.
• Number of Server Locations (countries) 25
• Number of servers 36
• Does VPN keep logs No
• Includes Kill Switch No
• Devices per license Unlimited
• Anonymous Payment Methods
• Servers in 22 Countries
• 256-bit Data Encryption
• Homemade VPN Client Software
Is SecureVPN.to Safe?
While it doesn’t have much in terms of advanced features, SecureVPN does have all the basic features you’d expect from a good VPN provider.
The service supports PPTP, L2TP and SSTP security protocols at 128-bit and 256-bit encryption, but not OpenVPN for the time being. It also supports Socks, Squid and HTTPS.
On the downside, SecureVPN currently only has servers in 7 countries worldwide, which is extremely low.
I definitely do not recommend this VPN. It will leave you utterly disappointed and make you feel like you wasted your money. Their website alone is completely discouraging with little to no information out there for potential users to read through. This is clearly a VPN that does not understand the type of competition that is out there and isn’t prepared to give quality services to their users in order to remain relevant and competent. I would say, don’t spend money on this VPN unless you want to end up with an unreliable VPN that really doesn’t do much for you, and needless to say, you can find a better VPN with more perks at a lower cost.