AVG VPN for Netflix provides an impressive array of features, at a reasonable price. It doesn’t store any logs of activities, uses the OpenVPN tunneling protocols to safeguard viewers, and unblocks Netflix USA, BOLLE CONSOMMATION, iPlayer and Hulu. It also provides eight P2P servers for torrenting and is clutter-free. It also has an option to gain community device access as well as a net destroy switch, and a 30-day money-back guarantee.

AVG VPN’s server network isn’t huge by the other, and can lead to problems with interconnection and dormancy. It doesn’t also offer split tunneling, which requires all your online traffic to be routed through its servers, which may result in higher latency when streaming Netflix. It also has a special streaming servers, however they’re typically not fast enough to get around Netflix IP restrictions.

AVG VPN does not monitor the user’s data or behaviour, but does keep connection timestamps to ensure the service’s quality. It also tracks crash report for obvious reasons, and « application events, » such as auto-connects or disconnections, to plan for improvements. AVG VPN can be installed on a variety of devices including desktops, Macs, and Android. The app lets you set the VPN to automatically connect on private or trusted networks and also to choose whether it should ask you to connect whenever you connect to the Internet. However, it doesn’t offer SmartDNS or support for routers. It provides subscriptions for one, three, or two years with discounts for longer periods. It is compatible with all major operating systems, but not Linux.