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Price of all kinds of VPNs (Updated – 2019 List)

The marketplace for VPNs seems to be fast thriving. And that pace is not about to reduce, with recent research indicating that this market is projected to hit $54 billion by the year 2024. Most internet users and online folk can understand this, as there has been an increasing need to keep browsing sessions safe. Some users also turn to VPN for anonymity, especially when downloading files from torrenting sites.

We have analyzed several VPNs, from the game-changers to the not-so-good, including their prices to help you choose easily. Take a look!

Well Known and Decent VPNs in the Market

Price of all kinds of VPNs

1.Hotspot Shield

Probably the most expensive premium VPN to subscribe to on a monthly basis. Going for $12.99 per month, the VPN has virtually everything you could desire in a VPN. With over 20 server locations supported by over 2500 servers, this VPN can support up to 5 devices simultaneously. What’s more, it offers great download speeds and is super-easy to use. However, you can also enjoy a 24-month plan that goes for $2.99 per month. Quite cheap, right?

2.CyberGhost

This VPN is also expensive to subscribe to monthly. Doing that would cost you $12.99 in a single month. This VPN offers a little more, with over 3000 servers and over 60 server locations for its users. What’s more, it can support up to 7 devices simultaneously. Users can also get this VPN on other subscriptions. A 36-month subscription only costs users $2.75 a month while a 6-month subscription would cost users $5.25 per month. Users will find a huge discrepancy with other VPNs, especially if they read the Surfshark Virtual Private Network review. Compared to the cheaper alternatives, these prices would seem ridiculous.

3.ExpressVPN

This VPN has been around for a while now. Though its simultaneous connections are limited to 3 devices, it’s premium services don’t get any cheaper. Its monthly subscription costs users $12.95 while a more flexible 6-month subscription goes for $9.99 per month. The most economical payment plan is its 12-month subscription, which costs $6.67 per month. If you are desperate for speedy connections and enterprise-level encryption, this is the VPN for you.

4.NordVPN

Users describe it as the ultra-secure provider. It’s superior in terms of the servers that support it and the server locations it offers. Further, it can support 6 devices simultaneously. Just as other premium counterparts, users have to pay handsomely for its services: a monthly subscription of $11.95, or a 12-month subscription plan costing $6.99 per month or a 36-month plan that costs $2.99 per month.

5.IPVanish

This is a perfect client for users who are into torrenting. It has very many server locations (over 60), offers over 40,000 IP addresses to the users and has excellent download speeds. A monthly subscription would cost users $10, while an alternative 3-month subscription costs $8.99. The other subscription available is a 12-month plan that costs $6.49 per month.

New VPNs and Their Prices

ProtonVPN

One of the newest VPNs in the market that offers users security for their data since any restrictive laws do not govern it. The client offers a dynamic subscription depending on the plan chosen by the user. A 12-month basic plan costs $4 per month while an annual Plus plan costs $8 per month. The most expensive one is the annual Visionary plan that costs $24 per month. A single monthly subscription of any plan is 25% higher than the equivalent annual plan.

Worst VPNs in 2019

Some of the shadiest VPNs around are the free ones. Most of them contain tracking codes and malware. Here’s a list of VPNs with a questionable reputation:

1.BetternetVPN

This free VPN has been found to contain 13 instances of malware. Its code is also found in 14 different tracking libraries. What’s worse, the terms and conditions of this VPN contain a clause that allows the client to sell any or all of the user information it gathers.

2.SuperVPN

This free VPN is considered the most malware-infected one available. When scanned using an antimalware tool, the VPN is found to contain 13 malware including adware, spyware, riskware, malvertising, and trojans.

3.CrossVPN

This is another poor free VPN that has a notable number of Trojans and as many as 11 malware instances.

Best VPNs by Price

VPNPrice
Surfshark$5.99/month, billed annually

$3.49/month, billed in 2 years

Trust.Zone$6.99 for a 1-month subscription

$3.33/ month, for one year

Private Internet Access$6.95 monthly fee

$2.91/ month for 2 years

NordVPN$3.99/ month for 2 years
Ivacy$9.95 for one month

$4.08/month for a year

VPN Unlimited$4.17/month for one year
SaferVPN$9.99 for one month

$4/month for two years

CyberGhost$4.99 for a month

$2.75/month for 3 years

Conclusion

VPNs are all about online safety for users. Premium services from these clients will usually cost users some cash regardless of the plan they choose. From an expert’s perspective, however, it should not be about the money since users should be concerned with safeguarding their online sessions.

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