Are you tempted by buying a VPN? It must be said that suppliers have been communicating a great deal lately on the subject and that prices are becoming more and more attractive. To see more clearly in the many offers, FrAndroid launches a VPN comparator. Prices, best deals of the moment, features or particularities of each brand of the moment, you will find everything you need.
In addition to the shopping guides and the package comparison, FrAndroid is now enriched by a new page to choose its VPN. We compared on this page 8 different paying VPNs and we tested them to better understand what differentiates them.
New on FrAndroid: a page to choose your VPN
To do this, we have installed the clients of each of these VPNs and we have tried them in different cases of use: bypassing the geoblocking of Netflix, speed of the servers in peer to peer download and of course quality of the interface. The idea here is not to choose which is the best VPN of the moment, but rather to know which is the best for your purposes, whether to look at the US catalog Netflix or simply to better protect your privacy.
Here is the information you can find in our VPN comparison
For those who do not yet know what a VPN or who find that these are applications and soft-edged software, we wrote below our opinions on each of the VPN a FAQ to answer the most frequent questions: how does a VPN work, what criteria should be used to choose it, or why we decided not to approach free VPNs (spoiler: because they are neither safe nor reliable).
A comparator that will have to evolve and improve
It should also be noted that this is a first version of this comparator. There are only 8 VPNs at the moment, but we will add others over time. The comparative table – which can be rolled out to find additional features – is also expected to grow in the coming weeks. In any case, we will take your feedback into account in order to improve it and meet your needs.
Last but not least: The links to this package comparator's offers are all affiliated. This means that FrAndroid earns a commission on a purchase. This is what allows FrAndroid to live, the site is without paywall. This in no way affects the content of this page, which has been written independently of the VPN providers.