NordVPN has been in business since 2008, but only been providing VPN services since 2012. The company is reasonably priced and offers their customers different lengths of contracts, with substantial discounts for longer terms. The company is based in Panama and does not keep logs on their users' online behaviors. The company operates over 530 servers in over 40 countries.
The United Kingdom's large VPN provider Hide My Ass! (HMA) has been offering VPN subscriptions since 2005. They are widely considered the largest provider of VPN service, both in subscribers and in the number of locations in which servers can be found. The company has been targeted for their questionable storage and sharing of customer data, so they are not a good match for those whom total anonymity is the goal of obtaining a VPN. The features which are included are solid and at the cutting edge, allowing users to select servers based upon ping rates and the current server loads, which takes a lot of the guesswork out of connecting to a VPN.
Based in Finland, and originally established in 1988 under the name Data Fellows, F-Secure has become a full-service provider for online data security products. The company began offering a VPN tunnel for their customers in 2014 and has grown to be one of the more popular VPN provider. The company offers several add-ons for users to enhance their VPN connection with additional security.
Safer Web is part of a family of VPN providers which began in 2015 by Pseudo Ltd. Other VPN companies owned by Pseudo included TotalVPN and Incognito, as well as Safer Web. The web hosting giant, The Endurance International Group purchased Pseudo Ltd. and its' companies in March, 2016, so Safer Web is now owned by The Endurance International Group. With offices still in the UK, Safer Web, TotalVPN, and Incognito are under the jurisdiction of the United States and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Each of the three Pseudo Lts. companies use the same servers worldwide and have over 30 server locations globally.
Other company-provided information discloses an additional presence in Germany. The company states - they provide privacy made in Europe. CyberGhost is popular for several reasons, including their commitment to user privacy and company transparency, offer of free VPN and web proxy in addition to their paid VPN packages.
ExpressVPN was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in the British Virgin Islands. The company boasts superior customer service with agents available 24/7 and around the clock to combat the global customer base of VPN providers, many of whom offer customer service with limited hours.
WiTopia was founded in 2003 by IT experts and was originally called Full Mesh Networks. Among their other accomplishments was a hosted platform to secure and control the then brand-new technology of Wi-Fi. The professionals at Full Mesh realized quickly that they needed to provide better security options to protect individuals from identity theft, which was a growing problem, creating the company now known as WiTopia in 2005. Since that time, the company has been dedicated to providing VPN service. WiTopia is headquartered in Virginia.
Private Internet Access, commonly abbreviated as PIA, is owned and operated by London Trust Media, Inc. They have been providing VPN service globally since 2013. The company offers a global network of servers, multiple methods of payment which are completely anonymous (including the ability to pay for VPN service with gift cards from hundreds of retailers), and a comprehensive seven day guarantee. Customers are able to use multiple devices with the VPN and PIA is compatible with all popular desktop and mobile operating systems.
OneVPN offers featured-rich, secure and fast VPN service. They provide high-quality VPN protocol support and self-managed dedicated Linux based VPN network. They do not record any activity logs and provide complete anonymity to its customers.