CyberGhost VPN undoubtedly wins the award for The Best VPN Name Ever. (Seriously)
However… The fact that their brand name sounds like a mission from the latest Call of Duty has nothing to do with the actual service that they provide.
So the question remains, “Can CyberGhost VPN live up to the awesomeness that their name implies?”
That’s what you are about to find out.
In this CyberGhost VPN review, I will be taking a detailed look at CyberGhost’s VPN services.
I’ll be analyzing the speed, compatibility, pricing, unique features and problems that you can expect when using CyberGhost, and I will also provide you with a few alternative services to check out if you feel that CyberGhost doesn’t quite make the cut.
- What is CyberGhost
- CyberGhost Pricing
- Is CyberGhost Safe VPN?
- CyberGhost VPN Pros
- CyberGhost VPN Cons
- How to Use CyberGhost
- CyberGhost Review Conclusion
What is a CyberGhost?
|PROTOCOLS:||OpenVPN & Others|
|LOG FILES:||No Logging|
|LOCATIONS:||30 countries, 1,000+ servers|
|SUPPORT:||Email and Live Chat|
|EASE OF USE:||Excellent|
|PLATFORMS:||Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Routers, Linux|
Founded in 2011 and operated by a 55 person team located in Bucharest, Romania, CyberGhost VPN (recently acquired by Robert Knapp and Crossrider Limited) currently boasts over 15 million users, which is an, admittedly, impressive statistic.
CyberGhost is VPN software that hides your IP, encrypts and anonymises your Internet activity, as well as secure you whenever you’re using Wi-Fi. CyberGhost also allows you to get access geo-restricted content such as Netflix which I’ll cover later in this review.
Their network spans 30 countries and contains more than 1,000 servers across the United States, European Union, UK, and Asia (although their presence in Asia is admittedly sparse with only a handful of servers in Japan, Hong Kong, and Singapore).
Their VPN service is compatible with most devices and you can easily connect your
If you know what you are doing, CyberGhost also allows their users to set up a custom connection with their Linux devices or routers.
In addition, CyberGhost supports most major protocols including OpenVPN, L2TP, and IPSec.
How Much Does CyberGhost VPN Cost? (Plans & Pricing)
The last time I reviewed CyberGhost 5, they offered a “Forever Free” pricing plan along with two other premium options. Each pricing package came different compatibilities, features, and usage restrictions making it all but inevitable that serious VPN users would opt for the most expensive plan.
Luckily, after launching CyberGhost 6 in late 2017, they have done away with this overly complicated system and radically streamlined their pricing.
- $10.49 per month
- $125.88 per year
- 0% Savings
6 Months: $34.40
- $5.90 per month
- $70.80 per year
- ~44% savings
2 Years: $69.60
Unlike most other VPN providers, CyberGhost doesn’t offer a 1-year plan. Instead, they offer a 2-year plan that costs less than the price of a typical 12-month package.
Not a bad deal if you ask me.
- $34.80 per year
- 72% savings
Like I mentioned earlier, CyberGhost has done away with their convoluted pricing system and they now offer the exact same services to each customer regardless of the plan that they choose (and all packages come with a 30-day money back guarantee).
They also offer a wide array of payment options including (and no I am not kidding) the ability to pay with a money order or cash at your nearest 711.
While this might be a bit extreme for most users, this feature can come in handy for users who are concerned about the anonymity of their transaction. (For example, individuals purchasing CyberGhost in a country with censorship laws and VPN restrictions)
While CyberGhost’s pricing is admittedly affordable, it’s important to keep the old adage “You get what you pay for” in mind when selecting a VPN provider.
Yes, CyberGhost’s 2-year plan is incredibly cheap.
But… Does the “cheapness” of their pricing reflect the quality of the service that they provide?
Is CyberGhost Safe VPN?
Considering the ever increasing prevalence of cyber attacks and the rise of identity theft and fraud, one of your foremost concenrs when selecting a VPN should be the quality of the encryption standard used.
Luckily, CyberGhost offers a military grade encryption (literally) known as Advanced Encryption Standards or AES.
The encryption protocol in question is used by the CIA, FBI, and NSA to transmit secure documents and relies on a 256-bit key that has yet to be broken.
Although this longer key requires more processing time and will slightly dampen your performance, it is the most secure protocol currently in existence and makes all of your activity more or less “Hacker Proof“.
Strict No Logging Policy
While there are many VPN providers who advertise zero logging, when you read the fine print in the Terms and Conditions agreement, you will realize that this is far from the truth.
Many VPN companies do log your data and while it is typically for the benign purpose of improving their services, one of the biggest reasons to invest in a VPN is to limit intrusions on your privacy.
Which doesn’t exactly work if the intrusive third party happens to be your VPN provider.
Luckily, CyberGhost doesn’t waiver on their logging policy.
Here’s what they have to say on their website:
Logs are files or pieces of information stored by programs to aid debugging but also tracking. Although it’s a common thing, this is actually a feature which a developer can choose to implement or not.
Our servers keep no logs. We don’t track your activity over the Internet. There’s no way someone could track you back after you have visited a certain website on the Internet if you were connected to a CyberGhost VPN Server.
In a market filled with lies and half-truths regarding logging practices, it’s refreshing to see more providers eliminating their logging altogether. In short, CyberGhost does not keep user logs.
Pros of Using CyberGhost VPN
1. CyberGhost Speed is ‘OK’ (51 Mbps out of 100 Mbps)
Whenever you are in the market for a “Budget VPN” you can and should expect to suffer through some slower download and upload times.
Unfortunately for CyberGhost, unless you are using a free service, you should never have to deal with speeds that are this slow.
US Server (New York)
- Ping: 189ms
- Download: 18.41 Mbps
- Upload: 7.12 Mbps
- Ping: 41ms
- Download: 51.10 Mbps
- Upload: 21.10 Mbps
Asia Server (Hong Kong)
- Ping: 299ms
- Download: 4.00 Mbps
- Upload: 4.07 Mbps
- Ping: 69ms
- Download: 5.63 Mbps
- Upload: 15.65 Mbps
In short, while CyberGhost speeds are nothing to brag about. They’re surely faster than some other paid VPNs such as NordVPN (review) or PureVPN (review). At TheBestVPN.com, we’ve tested over 30 different VPNs and CyberGhost ranks #12 in download speeds.
So for us, it’s rather a pro than a con.
2. Great User Experience and Easy Installation
One of CyberGhost’s biggest competitive advantages is their ease of use.
It took me a grand total of about 5 minutes to install, launch and use CyberGhost on my Window’s device, and based on feedback from other users, this experience is pretty consistent regardless of the device you are using.
Once you are inside of CyberGhost’s software, the usability gets even better.
The layout is crisp and clean and things are so clearly spelled out that even your grandparents could use it.
In fact, CyberGhost has a feature that allows users to automatically launch a secured private browser with only the click of a button.
3. Compatible with TOR (and most other proxies)
For those of you who are unfamiliar, The Orion Router or TOR is a security-centric network that encrypts your data across several networks and then relays that data making your activities and location all but impossible to track.
Depending on the country from which you are surfing, the ability to layer your VPN with the TOR network can, quite literally, be a life saver.
Luckily, CyberGhost VPN is TOR compatible which is kind of surprising considering that many of the higher priced VPNs don’t have this feature, but I won’t complain.
This allows users to get as close to total anonymity as possible and is a huge bonus for any VPN users located in countries with strict censorship laws.
4. Safe for Torrenting
While many VPNs shy away from actively promoting the ability to torrent/P2P on their servers (hint: TunnelBear), CyberGhost is not among them. Not only does CyberGhost VPN allow torrenting, it’s one of their main selling points.
After you launch CyberGhost’s software, you will notice a purple box in the lower left hand corner of the interface titled “Ghost Downloads”.
Upon further investigation, you will see that this feature is used to “Download Torrents using untraceable servers automatically selected for you.”
Much to their credit, CyberGhost has done everything in their power to make torrenting easy and seamless, and they have accomplished this goal admirably.
5. Five Device Connection Limit
Prior to their purchase by Robert Knapp and Crossrider Limited, CyberGhost only offered a one-device connection limit even for some premium users.
Considering the fact that most individuals use up to 3 devices in a given day (not to mention that they have family members whose connections they might want to secure) this was an atrocity.
Luckily, this is no longer the case and CyberGhost has bumped their device limit to 5 devices regardless of the plan that you are using.
This is a welcomed improvement that opens up many doors for the average user.
Cons of using CyberGhost VPN
1. Customer Support is Questionable
The VPN industry is not known for its exceptional customer service, a fact that I am quick to point.
In fact, while I was gathering data for this review, I had such a hard time contacting customer support that I couldn’t even submit a ticket to gauge their response time!
First, I tried submitting a simple ticket directly from the CyberGhost App.
And this is what I was told…
But here’s the curious thing — my internet connection was fine, and my Ad Blocker was disabled.
In fact, when I closed out CyberGhost and loaded up ExpressVPN, I had no problem submitting a ticket.
Let’s not forget that I was also streaming music and downloading files in the background when CyberGhost told me to “Check my internet connection.”
So I chalked it up a weird network issue and decided to try again later.
When I launched CyberGhost later that day on a different network I was told, yet again, that my ticket could not be submitted.
At this point I was becoming increasingly frustrated and decided to go directly to their website to try out their live chat feature.
Low and behold, when I opened up the chat box I was politely notified that no representatives were available to help resolve my problem.
I was finally able to submit a simple support ticket directly to their website, and then patiently waited for more than 48 hours before receiving a response.
The bottom line?
If you are looking for a VPN with fast and effective customer service, then CyberGhost is not the droid you’re looking for.
2. No Netflix Compatibility
Ever since 2016 when Netflix inexplicably began cracking down on the use of VPNs and proxies with their service, I have been hard-pressed to find a high-quality VPN that I could use to stream Netflix while traveling.
Up until recent months, CyberGhost was actually one of the few VPN providers who had managed to bypass Netflix’s restrictions and allow users to stream their favorite shows regardless of their location.
Unfortunately, those times have come to an end.
While we have been assured that the team at CyberGhost is doing their best to reinstate Netflix compatibility, they have, as of yet, been unsuccessful.
Since their VPN’s Netflix compatibility was one of CyberGhost’s greatest selling points, the fact that this feature is no longer available is a big disappointment for many customers, myself included.
If you do need a VPN with Netflix compatibility, check out our article, The Best VPN for Netflix to find something more suitable for your needs.
3. Third Party Reviews Are Pretty Rough
As always, I wanted to make sure that my experience with this VPN wasn’t anomalous. So, I decided to dig through some of the recent reviews on Reddit and Quora and, according to most sources (who were not motivated by a handsome commissions check), my experience was pretty standard.
Here’s another one.
There were some reviews that had a more positive outlook on CyberGhost’s services, however, the majority of them were clearly submitted by individuals with an obvious lack of experience with VPN providers.
4. CyberGhost Alleged Security Concerns
The final problem that I found with CyberGhost VPN is the alleged security concerns that have arisen since early 2016.
While there has been a significant amount of controversy surrounding CyberGhost’s root certificates and the possibility that their “No Logging” policy is not actually upheld, so far, my findings on this topic have been inconclusive.
Most of the issues that have surfaced were quickly resolved or explained away by the CyberGhost team.
While I don’t have any real reasons to suspect CyberGhost of foul play or believe that there have been any breaches in their privacy agreement, there were simply too many allegations to let this particular point slide.
How to Use CyberGhost VPN
Head over to the Get CyberGhost VPN button in the top nav to immediately sign up and download CyberGhost PRO.
If you purchase a plan, click on the My Account in the top right-hand corner of the screen to find the right VPN client for this device.
Log into your account like normal and click the My Devices section. Then scroll to the bottom.
There you’ll see Download Now… to you know, download the VPN client now.
Awesome. The file should download and everybody’s favorite install UI should pop-up. Run through it as usual…
When that’s finished, head back to the website and login again to get your license.
Once activated, you’re ready to go! To change locations, click on Choose My Server and select the server you would like to use.
Then simply click on a new server location to switch ASAP (like in the example below).
Not to painful, right?
How to Cancel and Refund CyberGhost
As mentioned before, CyberGhost VPN software comes with 30 days money back guarantee. In order to cancel their service and get your money back go to your account here.
Once logged in, scroll down a little and you’ll find this:
Then simply click on “Cancel Subscription” and your subscription gets paused. If you want to get rid of the account completely, scroll down even more and click on the button “Delete Account”.
If you used CyberGhost for less than 30 days, simple send a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them that you’d like to get your money back.
Pretty easy and seamless.
CyberGhost Review Conclusion
What’s good about CyberGhost:
- Good encryption standards
- Easy to use
- No logging
- Torrenting allowed
However, the inconvenient truth is that their services have too many issues for us to recommend them to anybody.
What’s bad about CyberGhost:
- No Netflix
- Bad user reviews
- Security allegations
Their server’s speed is average, their customer service is all but useless, and they lack any compelling features (a.k.a. Netflix compatibility) to make up for their suboptimal performance.
They aren’t terrible, but considering the wide variety of competitively priced VPNs that are available in today’s market, there is no reason (that I can think of) to invest your hard earned cash in CyberGhost’s lackluster VPN.
Have you ever used CyberGhost VPN before? If so, what was your experience like? I’m always interested to hear what other enthusiasts have to say about the VPNs that I review! Let me know below.
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24 user reviews for CyberGhost
CyberGhost is the best VPN for me.
I started using CyberGhost some months ago and i found it pretty useful since their UI is very intuitive and the possibilities for a free-user are enormous. The only thing that I would change, is to add more servers for people who are not paid-members. Totally recommended for everyone.
I used Cyberghost for several years. I first used the free service, then I upgraded so that I could use the service on all of my devices. I used it on my android phone, iPad, laptop and iPod touch. It worked pretty well. I felt the speeds were good and I didn’t have any leaks. There were plenty of servers to choose from in a variety of locations. I had few problems. I felt their customer service was responsive every time I contacted them, which was only a couple of times.
I did ultimately switch because of a better price at a different company but would not be opposed to switching back if they had a good offer.
CyberGhost Honest Review
CyberGhost is an amazing VPN that helped me through many situations. I was searching around the web for a really long time to find an VPN that would be undetectable, free, and fast. The only problem with CyberGhost is the Time Limit for freebies and the fact that you need to wait an enormous time to use it. And, even after waiting, you still have a time limit for how long you can use it. That can be really inconvenient, considering your privacy is in risk just because of an time limit. Other than that, its nice and attended all my necessities.
Got a free subscription last Christmas
I’ve been an avid user of Netflix for a while now and last Christmas I got a year long premium subscription for CyberGhost so that I could access all of its catalogue. As someone who has never used VPN before it was very easy to setup and choose a country. The program runs in the background and doesn’t slow down my connection. I’ve probably used it for at least two hours every evening and it always worked flawlessly. But I’m not sure if I’m going to renew my subscription on my own. It’s practical, but I don’t see a need for myself to use it for another year. A year long subscription is €4,99 per month and thus super cheap, but I think nowadays switching to a browser extension is more practical if you don’t use the VPN service on a daily basis.
Awesome for Banking in the US while traveling abroad
I normally do all my banking while in the US for security reasons and I love that they have all these alerts about suspicious activity but it is sometimes just too much.
I have to visit my family in Mexico at least once a year (a cultural thing) and whenever I try to log into any US bank portal while being there the nightmare begins! All sorts of emails and alerts flood my email and phone saying someone is trying to hack my account from abroad.
While as I stated before I love all the security measures I really think it is stupid to continue hassling you after you have provided, confirmed and verified all the information and login credentials they requested from you. At some point they even blocked 2 of my main checking accounts until they finished their investigation, which lasted 1 week in one of the cases!
I was again in Mexico last year when I realized I had forgotten to pay a very important bill and I was going to get a late fee and most importantly and I didn’t want my credit score affected whatsoever.
At that point I thought the best option was to get a VPN and a free one if possible (I was going to use it once so a paid service didn’t make sense). I did my due diligence and researched which free service was not fishy or dubious. I was worried that they could steal my information while using them. After reading reviews on a lot of websites I thought that CyberGhost had a good enough reputation.
I downloaded it on my laptop and opted for the free service and, considering the fact it was free, I did not mind having to wait for 2 minutes to get a free slot to connect or the fact that it did seem a little slow at the beginning (I guess you have to blame it in how slow the internet is in Mexico) but IT DID THE WORK.
I chose a server at Houston (not really my city but the closest one available), connected to it and bam! I was able to log into my bank account. I paid my bill and I received no security warning from my bank at all. CyberGhost saved my ass!
If I ever need to use a paid service I am going to go with them. If the free service did wonders for me I am pretty sure the paid option will be just awesome!
I have recommended CyberGhost to a couple of friends experiencing issues like mine with their bank already and I also recommend it to you. Give it a chance and you will not be disappointed!
CyberGhost - The Good, the Bad and the ... Something else, there had to be another word here.
I bought a two year plan for CyberGhost. The Pricing is great and the features are one of the best I’ve used. I have had a few problems with their Windows client though. About once a week my entire network stops working and I have to uninstall their software to be able to get it to work again. This is really a pain in the butt. I can then reinstall it and my network continues to work. Since they don’t make it easy to download their windows client, make sure you save your download.
Additionally, for some reason when you start up their UI, it launches a webpage in your default browser to authenticate instead of authenticating through it’s own app. This process takes about 60 seconds and fails probably 30% of the time at which point you have to enter your username and password directly, with no option to save it.
All in all, if they would make the Windows client much more stable and user friendly, this would be the best of the best, but with their current issues I could only give it 2/5 stars.
I have been using CyberGhost for over a little month now. I have used it for numerous times to access websites either anonymously or to be able to access websites that are not available in my country. I have never ran into any problem with the application, everything has been working as intended and I didn’t need to worry about surfing the internet. I have currently been using the free services provided by CyberGhost but I am thinking to get an upgrade so I can access everything. I have had bad previous experiences with other VPN programs but CyberGhost is great compared to those. Definitely will keep on using!
CyberGhost - CyberGreat
Cyberghost was like my 4th VPN ever used, i got the free version online (Not premium) and tested it out, and it was definitely my favorite. I’ve heard of others and was debating between tunnel bear and cyberghost but due to many reasons i decided on cyberghost. It’s pros are you can pick where you want to be on the map and that it just starts up with your pc so you don’t have to worry about it and is almost impossible to crack. Also, it has a feature where you could unblock websites which i’ve never used or needed but not many VPNs have. It’s cons, however, are that there’s a 5 min wait or so to activate it (Only if you don’t have premium).
Does the Job Quite Well
What i like the most about cyberghost vpn is that it gives quite a lot of features in the free version. Once you get connected ( which you have to wait a while, for the free version ) it is really fast unlike other vpn providers. You won’t have any drop in connection speed. If you want to download torrents, you will have to get the premium pack. The feature that i like the most is the ability to connect to different countries.
The con is that there is no quick connect option. You will have to juggle through multiple clicks to get your connection. Also, sometimes you will automatically get connected to some other country other than the one you have selected. So, make sure it is the country you want before you start browsing.
To wind up, a very fast, very secure VPN. You will enjoy the full benefits after upgrading to premium pack. Still one of the best i have ever used
I have been using CyberGhost VPN for about 8 months. It has plenty of options that fit my needs. The price is right at $5 a month and it makes me feel better knowing my online activities are anonymous when I want them to be. I can be selective when I use it to protect my browsing or torrent downloading. Can I say torrent here? Scary. Anyway, I have had very few crashes or really any problems with this service. It works great when I want it to and doesn’t bother me at all when I’m not looking to be anonymous.
CyberGhost VPN: 6/10
CyberGhost is a decent VPN service. It does what it should but you feel kind of limited. When you start it they say that you are in a queue that usually consists of ~5000 people. It takes 2-3 minutes to get through there. Once you start it you have 3 hours (I think) time to do your things before it switches itself off again. Those things seem kind of weird especially when you compare it to some google chrome vpn plugin that offers all the advantages without all the trouble. But when it works it does it’s job and it does that for free! That’s why I give CyberGhost a 6/10!
A great option
It works… that’s pretty much it.
CyberGhost has great customer support and I had very few problems. It is on the lower end of prices for most of the VPN’s that I’ve used in the past. I really recommend if you are going to get this VPN that you get the full version. I personally used the free version before I upgraded and it was most definitely not the best for free VPN experiences. If you are looking for an easy to use VPN that has a good amount of features but isn’t giving you too many options that you think you don’t need this VPN is for you.
It doesn’t have a wide range of locations so be careful if you are in a weird location.
Cyberghost seems iffy to me
Jurisdiction: a lot of what they do is supplied by M247 including their DNS – a UK (5-eyes / echelon) based company (info gained from leak tests, IP info).
So, I wouldn’t recommend them to anyone, also because they seem to use the same IPs for their free service which means you get to share IP addresses that have been abused and flagged all over the place. Mainly this means the occasional forum won’t let you post and you get hit much harder by google’s new annoying captcha systems, sometimes even just on a basic search, occasionally a webpage will even refuse to display.
And torrents go slow and web pages get stuck not loading for too many seconds – same websites are instant without VPN. And the longer you’re connected, the slower it seems to go, even have trouble watching youtube at 720p and above at times.
Like a Ghost: Should REMAIN Invisible...
As someone who works on the computer, I’ve tested quite a few VPN services. Out of them all, Cyberghost has been the most memorable — and for all the wrong reasons. While Cyberghost offers you the option to pay for its services, you can use it for free, which is the version I will be covering. The immediate thing you will notice about Cyberghost is its booting time. It’s slow to start. VERY slow. Once you finally get into the panel (which is fairly easy to use) and click to connect, you have to wait in a queue. Sometimes the queue can be an upwards of 5000 people! Even then, you have a limited time to use the service each session before having to re-enter the queue.
I suggest you stay away from this software unless you’re willing to pay for it. And trust me, it isn’t that cheap.
All my internet access is done through the phone – all torrenting on mobile, plus usual stuff, SteamVR downloads…etc., on laptop via WIFI. VPN Force (Cyberghost, Android) and Cyberghost, Windows (free) are perfect for my needs (and modest mobile speeds). The fact that they keep no logs (free plan), good with Tor, speedy connection… well, I’m chuffed with it.
Should be cheaper..
I’ve been using CyberGhost for a year and it’s really incredible, when it comes to speed and downloading torrents also it has the feature to block ads so that’s also a plus, but the best thing about it is the extra speed feature if I’m feeling its speed is a bit less i can select extra speed and voila!! BUT the downside is the huge price tag that comes with these services, moreover the difference in monthly rentals and yearly paid fees is TWICE!!! Also it’s startup impact on PC is really heavy.
Been using CyberGhost VPN for over a year now. My experience has been great so far. Their price is pretty low compared to other providers and they provide a good service.
It’s really easy to install. Some servers are slow when it comes to download speed, but you can choose another server instead, which is a really good option as some VPN providers did not offer that.
You can also pay for CyberGhost with Bitcoins, which I really like, because I have a small amount of them.
CyberGhost VPN provides networks is a user friendly as well as it has all round compatibility. It’s easy to use for anyone. It has been proven unrestricted access. It helps u stay safe on random free WiFi networks.
VPN must be simplified
VPN must be simplified, because most users don’t know the use and it’s usefulness
I used many VPN like cyber ghost, hidemyass , opera VPN.. I think cyber ghost is better it connect to another server very fast.. But hidemyass is little selfish.? because they give us only 7 days free trial then we have to purchase it.. It’s little bit annoying most of others are free to use.. VPN is good for privacy so give us free.. Use ads so they get income also.. VPN must be like cyber ghost.. The name says it all.. ??
Very fast VPN
I have used many VPNs until I tried CyberGhost, which worked very well for me. It is very smooth and gives you fast speed unlike other VPNs, which provide slower download speed.
The only problem I had with them was a little flaw they have on mobile. Sometimes when I try to connect, it shows that there are no servers available – it has happened twice, but I think they fixed it now. Overall this is the best VPN available out there.
I used this CyberGhost VPN service on my windows laptop. The service was great, but there used to be a long waiting list to surf the web anonymously. After I purchased the the premium version this was solved.
I would seriously vote Ghost VPN as the best VPN service. The surfing doesn’t slow down, it gives exactly the same Mbps a that of Internet plan.
One of the best out there
So, I started using Cyberghost VPN a few months ago and I just gotta say its awesome.
1. Its easy to download and install and does exactly what its designed to do.
2. It has a cool and attractive design and works smoothly without any problems or bugs that i noticed.
3. It claims to have military grade encryption and after some sneaking around i found that it is a tough nut to crack
1. In the free version, there is a waiting queue, and can only be connected for 3 hours before it disconnects automatically.
It gives several other options like stream unblocking and making torrents available (both anonymously and only available in premium version). Specific countries like Singapore as well as the extra speed boost capability are also available only in the premium version.
Overall, I would suggest this, if one does not one to pay money because it gets its job of hiding the ip address done…for free.
Encrypts the mobile data
I’m using Cyberghost VPN, which provides compression of data, which helps for those surfing on mobile data. The user-interface is good, but to go to the settings page in android makes it difficult to shift. They also have decent list of countries to choose from.
The good part? It’s encrypting my data.
Look no further
I have been using CyberGhostVPN for nearly a year now, and it is the best of 4 VPN services I have used. I love the ability to block advertisements and choose my server location while I surf anonymously. Also enjoy having the ability to download torrents and other P2P files under the radar. This along with many other features for the low price of $5.00 a month makes CyberGhostVPN my favorite VPN service.