ExpressVPN claims to be the fastest among others, along with many newer improvements to its apps. But, is it really worth it in 2021? I’ve retested it and highlighted all the upgrades and performance results in this ExpressVPN review.
Keep reading to unveil all the answers!
ExpressVPN on a whole unblocks a large number of popular but geo-restricted streaming services. The speeds are fast, the security is great, and the provider follows a strict no-logs policy. However, ExpressVPN has brought on some new changes to its apps, and I’ll be discussing all of them in great detail.
If you’re not willing to go through all the details, you can take a look at the table below. It’ll highlight all the abridged details for you.
ExpressVPN review at a glance
|Base||The British Virgin Islands|
|Servers||3000+ servers in 94 countries|
Before we move ahead with my rating criteria, here is a little about what ExpressVPN claims to provide. This will give you an idea of all that will be tested and discussed further on.
- ExpressVPN hails from the British Virgin Islands, a privacy-friendly region.
- It has around 3000+ servers in 94 countries.
- It gives you access to unrestricted streaming services like Netflix and Disney Plus.
- Has a strong security backing like IP and DNS leak protection. (tested ahead)
- Fast download speeds. (Scroll for test results)
- Compatible with streaming and P2P file sharing.
- A functional Kill Switch.
Here’s the deal. ExpressVPN is known to be one of the most expensive VPNs according to many users. However, it’s a fact, you should only find a product expensive if it fails to deliver in performance or fails to deliver in quality.
You need to know what you’re looking for when subscribing to a VPN. ExpressVPN, as mentioned above, is considered the priciest among many. But, it also works better than most!
To put ExpressVPN under the microscope in this review, I’ll be testing the VPN under the following:
- Invisibility (leak protection)
Location – Is ExpressVPN part of a safe region?
Having been in the VPN business for almost 12 years, ExpressVPN is said to be one of the most privacy-friendly VPNs to date.
ExpressVPN is headquartered in the British Virgin Islands, which is one of the safest jurisdictions around. Its privacy-friendly location and a secure no-logs policy are among many pros that make this provider best for large companies or those looking for online privacy. It will always make a safe option for torrenting.
The location of a VPN is important, in case you’re wondering. The British Virgin Islands is completely out of the 14-eyes alliance. Countries within that alliance steal and share personal user data. With that being said, ExpressVPN automatically holds high privacy standards.
The ExpressVPN network coverage – What’s served?
Since many users worldwide are not too happy about the ExpressVPN price range, let’s take a look at its server coverage. This will show us where all your investments are going and whether they’re worth it or not.
ExpressVPN is known to cover a massive ground on server locations. It has around 3000+ servers in 160 locations, with huge coverage spread across 94 countries worldwide.
Would you rather pay a minimum of $5/mo., for VPN services that cover a low range of servers? Or, directly jump on a wider range plus great performance for $6.67/mo.? I think that pretty much answers a part of our question.
Secondly, server coverage is extremely important where a VPN is concerned. They’re the main factors that aid in access to multiple streaming platforms that are blocked or censored within your region. So, server versatility is important, and that’s where ExpressVPN thrives.
The ExpressVPN locations with the widest server coverage are in Canada, the US, Germany, France, Brazil, and Italy. A few others include the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Sweden, UK, India, Hong Kong, Japan, Australia, South Korea, and Taiwan.
There are VPNs that offer smaller coverage and are still great. However, this is about whether ExpressVPN is worth the price. Looking at its wide server coverage with maximum performance results (which you’ll see later on), I’d say it’s worth every penny.
Investing in a VPN with smart server coverage is the best thing for you, especially where internet censorship laws are concerned. And, in terms of that, ExpressVPN covers locations that have heavy restrictions are internet censorship laws. A few of these countries include Belarus, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, and more.
Also, ExpressVPN provides some of the best virtual servers for a number of reasons, but with the main focus on it being better, performance-wise. You’ll find a whole list of the ExpressVPN virtual servers on its support page.
Does ExpressVPN work in China?
Yes, it does!
China is by far the most heavily guarded country in the world. So saying that its internet privileges are censored and limited is an understatement. It goes out of the way and actively bans the use of VPNs from accessing websites/content within China.
However, ExpressVPN is one of the best VPN services for China, which helps unblock multiple restricted or censored content like YouTube and Whatsapp! You can connect to its stealth servers to access these services.
ExpressVPN Stealth Servers
ExpressVPN has Stealth Servers based in Hong-Kong. They’re specifically designed to defeat online censorship in mainland China and wherever VPNs are blocked. ExpressVPN hasn’t opened up about how these stealth servers work or given out a list of them yet. However, from evaluation, the Hong Kong server works great for China.
ExpressVPN security review
Most VPNs claim to have the best security, speeds, and stability. However, I think you and I both know that’s not always the case.
To find out if a VPN possesses a strong security backing…You need to test it out and look up other user reviews!
Besides having great speed results, ExpressVPN is also known to provide a reliable security blanket. Let’s weigh it out, shall we?
We start with its:
Encryption according to me, is far more important than other VPN features. A VPNs encryption protects and secures your data from leaking out. With it, your privacy remains intact. The most unbreakable kind of encryption is 256-bit AES.
Luckily, ExpressVPN operates on an AES 256-bit cipher with a 4096-bit RSA key and SHA-512 HMAC authentication. ExpressVPN also utilizes Perfect Forward Secrecy. This means you’ll be allotted a new encryption key every time you connect to the VPN, making it twice as difficult for anyone to infiltrate your data or session.
One of the main protocols that every VPN should possess, is the OpenVPN protocol.
ExpressVPN supports not only the OpenVPN (UDP/TCP) protocols on all its Express servers but also supports IPSec, L2TP, IKEv2, and PPTP. You’ll find it on the Android, Windows, iOS, macOS, and Linux clients.
After a few upgrades to its app, ExpressVPN now offers a new Lightway protocol. It works faster and adds much more security and stability online. It works way better on mobile apps compared to desktop.
For a glimpse at the ExpressVPN protocols, take a look at this image taken from the Windows app:
Okay, so when choosing a VPN, make sure you always ask the support chat whether they have a Kill Switch on the VPN or not. If you’re still a little unsure about it, test it out using a free trial or refund period.
A Kill Switch is another important feature besides encryption that’ll protect your privacy and data even after the VPN connection drops unexpectedly.
ExpressVPN does come with an active Kill Switch by the name Network Lock. You’ll find this option already present by default in most clients. Here’s a capture of the Windows client:
Sadly, ExpressVPN doesn’t have a Kill Switch for iOS devices, which many top VPN providers fail to add. I even double-checked with the support team.
However, the iOS app does have an auto-reconnect option available. This is just in case you’ve lost your VPN or internet connection halfway.
On its list of features, the ExpressVPN app comes with a Smart Location feature. It connects you to the best server according to your location. The feature runs an algorithm that ranks server locations based on key metrics like distance, latency, and download speed. You’ll get connected to the best server with just a click.
Besides a functional Kill Switch, ExpressVPN includes other advanced security features in its app. These include:
- IPv6 leak protection – this will make sure that all the activities you carry out online stay private and anonymous. With the IPv6 feature enabled, your IP, location, and identity are all intact and secured, no matter what device you use. However, there were some claims by users concerning the IPv6 leak protection feature not being functional.
- DNS protection – ExpressVPN runs its own encrypted DNS servers. This will give you double the protection, making sure that you are IP and DNS leak-free.
- MediaStreamer – apart from including DNS protected servers, ExpressVPN has an advanced feature by the name of MediaStreamer. This allows you to bypass or connect with any or multiple restricted streaming services worldwide. Other than this, there are certain devices like a first-generation Firestick/FireTV, Roku, or Chromecast that most VPNs including ExpressVPN that don’t have dedicated apps for. However, the great thing about the ExpressVPN MediaStreamer is the fact that it can unblock multiple blocked streaming services. So, to get started with devices like these, all you need to do is replace the default DNS servers of your device, through your Wi-Fi.
- TOR adding an extra layer of anonymity and protection, ExpressVPN is compatible with TOR. This will probably give you all the freedom you need to browse the internet with unrestricted freedom, even if it’s on the dark web.
ExpressVPN general settings
The ExpressVPN general settings tab is where you’ll find the default Kill Switch and Split-Tunneling feature, which was discussed above.
When you are signed into the app and launch it, go into the general settings. You’ll find a few options that look like this:
In these settings, you’ll find a few basic settings regarding the launch of the app when you start your device. There’s also an option asking if you’d want to connect to the last location you used.
Then we have the Kill Switch. Once you activate the Kill Switch “Network Lock” feature, you don’t need to keep manually doing it every time you start up the app.
Other than that, you have the split-tunneling feature, where you’re asked if you can manage connection on a per-app basis. It means you will be able to manually select which apps you’d like to pass through the VPN tunnel.
Next, I’ll be discussing and testing whether ExpressVPN is IP, DNS, and WebRTC leak-protected. This is a huge inclusion in its security prospectus.
Before moving on, here’s a con I found in the security unit:
CON – ExpressVPN doesn’t include Malware or Ad-blocking in its list of features.
Invisibility – ExpressVPN leak test review
After conducting a few leak tests in this ExpressVPN review, you’ll find that the results came out positive!
ExpressVPN, I repeat is a renowned VPN provider, mainly known for its speeds and access to restricted streaming services, from anywhere in the world. This aspect will only be regarded as a perk if the VPN user’s identity and physical location are in check.
For that to succeed, ExpressVPN needs to be completely leak protected.
Below you’ll find out whether ExpressVPN exposes your IP address, and leaks your DNS/WebRTC. To test these out, I will connect to a US and Asian Pacific server, for double confirmation.
For my IP leak test, I conducted it through ipleak.org, while connected to the US and an Asian Pacific server. The results were:
US server (New York)
Asian Pacific server (Singapore-Marina Bay)
For my DNS leak test, I conducted it through dnsleaktest.com, while connected to the US and an Asian Pacific server. The results were:
US server (New York)
Asian Pacific server (Singapore-Marina Bay)
For my WebRTC leak test, I conducted it through browserleaks.com, while connected to the US and an Asian Pacific server. The results were:
US server (New York)
Asian Pacific server (Singapore-Marina Bay)
All are 3 tests connected to two different server locations, are leak-free!
Streaming – Can I unblock Netflix?
Yes, you can! In fact, ExpressVPN is among some leading providers that are the best for Netflix.
Everyone who’s tried to access Netflix from abroad knows that it is protected with advanced security mechanisms to stop international users from accessing its service.
But don’t worry about that because ExpressVPN does unblock Netflix without any problems. We tested it!
To unblock the US Netflix from outside the States, just connect to any of ExpressVPN’s US servers. My personal preferences are the New York or the Los Angles servers since they worked great for me.
Just in case you’re trying to unlock more than just the US Netflix library, ExpressVPN has servers spread all over the globe. This will make it easier for you to gain access to multiple other Netflix libraries.
To test out its functionality, I connected to a US (New York), German, and a South African server. It worked smoothly!
However, when I connected to the Chile and Ukraine servers on ExpressVPN, I was able to unblock only a certain amount of movies. They were all in HD and loaded extremely fast. All in all was pretty happy with the results. This is mostly because, having tested out many VPN providers, ExpressVPN is by far one of the few that worked.
The point of connecting to different servers in each continent, was only to show that you can easily unblock all the US Netflix movies from anywhere. These included gaining access to other libraries when traveling abroad.
Can I access other services with ExpressVPN?
Yes, you can!
The best part about this ExpressVPN review is that the service works best with multiple geo-restricted services, apps, games, etc. besides just Netflix.
And, just so you know, ExpressVPN is among some of the best VPN providers that can still unblock multiple streaming platforms besides Netflix.
It’s one of the best providers for Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Hotstar, BBC iPlayer, and Disney Plus, as well, connecting to both UK and US servers. For Hotstar, I connected to one of the Indian ExpressVPN servers, to access all the Bollywood shows.
Is ExpressVPN safe for torrenting?
Yes, it is! ExpressVPN is one of the best VPNs for torrenting.
Most ExpressVPN users already know that the VPN provides strong P2P support. So, the question all comes down to whether or not ExpressVPN makes a safe option for torrenting in general.
We’ve gone through its security details, and that included whether or not ExpressVPN is IP and DNS leak protected.
Looking at the results I rendered while being connected to two different server locations, for accurate results, only proved that torrenting securely and anonymously is best with ExpressVPN.
When I contacted the chat support and asked them if there were any specific servers for torrenting, they mentioned that there wasn’t.
And, that to get the best results, you should use the “smart connect” option. It will connect you to the best server according to your location. In short, ExpressVPN offers P2P compatibility on all its servers.
Torrenting is restricted in most parts of the world. It’s also considered illegal if you download copyrighted content. So, make sure you connect to server locations of countries that allow torrenting, like the Netherlands and Switzerland.
On the other hand, have you heard of Popcorn Time?
Since it’s a free streaming service that uses a torrenting client, you’re most probably going to have to connect to P2P supported servers for its access. Turns out, ExpressVPN works great for it!
Speed – ExpressVPN speed test review
As a rule, a VPN generally will not provide you with speeds that are faster than the speeds of your local connection. A VPN is, therefore, only meant to make your speeds steady, without slowing it down below the required degree.
For instance, the required speed for streaming or torrenting 4K HD content is 25Mbps.
Anything below that is considered slow-ish. So, according to that and according to the most widely used streaming platforms, I tested out the ExpressVPN speeds using the best server locations.
Before connecting to the VPN, I tested out the speed of the local connection, using speedtest.net. The results were:
Following you’ll find the speed results after connecting to the VPN, using:
Speeds using the ExpressVPN UK server
Speeds using the ExpressVPN US server
The speeds using the ExpressVPN Canadian server
Speeds using the ExpressVPN Australian server
With all honesty, I’ve tested out plenty of top-grade VPNs. As much as each provider outshone the rest in various ways, I still believe ExpressVPN has given me the best speed results. Especially because the speeds never sank below 50Mbps using various servers.
Compatibility – ExpressVPN device support review
When taking a look at a great VPN, its performance goes far beyond just having great download speeds or the best security. I bet you knew that already, didn’t you!
A good VPN provider needs to be able to give its users a great bit of device compatibility.
That means it should be able to support multiple yet major devices and apps, and along with that, offer simultaneous device connections.
It’s a must!
ExpressVPN multi-device connections
Since we’re on the topic of VPNs that offer simultaneous device connections, ExpressVPN extends its security by allowing you to cover up-to 5 multi-device connections.
Talking about the ExpressVPN’s device compatibility, support, and security, the VPN supports all the major apps and devices for:
- Nook HD
- Browser Extensions (Chrome/Firefox)
- Gaming consoles
- Apple TV
- Nvidia Shield
User-interface – What’s new?
ExpressVPN now has a new user-interface design. The provider took inspiration from forward motion, making their new app design more user-friendly, fresh, easier to set up and use. Their old app used to be just a plain red and white. However, they now added different tones of peach and purples into their color schemes.
ExpressVPN – Windows and macOS
Like many other best VPN for Windows, ExpressVPN is among the few that support all the versions of Windows 7, 8, and 10. The windows client is extremely fool-proof to operate. When you sign in, you’ll be faced with the front cover of the app which will give you the option of using “Smart Connect”. This connects you to the best server location.
The macOS client in comparison is completely similar in appearance, usability, and features.
Other than that, both offer 4 different boxes labeled according to the locations’ continents. This makes it easier for you to choose the server you require, depending on what streaming service or website you’re trying to access.
The windows and macOS client comes with a variety of protocols that you can choose from, a network lock kill switch, by default, split-tunneling, and IPv6 leak protection. Other than that, the app offers a speed test feature, in which you test out the latency and download speed of the servers.
ExpressVPN and Android
Among some of the best Android VPNs, ExpressVPN is in the top 5! The Android app can be bought from the Google Play Store since there’s a dedicated app for it. The user interface of the app is quite similar in functionality as compared to the Windows version.
Just like Windows, the Android app includes a smart connect option that immediately connects you to the best server location according to your region. However, the difference is that it connects you instantly to the next server without having to disconnect to the VPN between server switches.
It also has a split-tunneling feature. You can choose which websites or apps you want running through the VPNs encrypted tunnel and which ones you don’t. Besides its navigational purposes, there are some setbacks in the Android app.
These minor differences are what make the Android app less intriguing in comparison. For instance, the Android app only provides a few protocols inclusive of Lightway, no speed test, and doesn’t provide any IPv6 leak protection.
ExpressVPN and iOS
There are only a few of the best iOS VPNs and ExpressVPN is one of them.
The iOS ExpressVPN client, just like its Android and Windows counterparts is quite easy to navigate through. However, there are many differences between the apps of these 3 widely used devices.
For instance, the Android app comes with a Kill Switch, whereas the iOS client doesn’t. The iOS app comes with more than just the Lightway and OpenVPN (UDP/TCP) protocol. It also has the option of L2TP and IKEv2 protocols. The iOS app also comes with an auto-connect option just in case the VPN connection drops.
On the other hand, both Android and iOS come with similarities like the smart connect option, allowing you to connect to the VPN with a single click of a button.
The great thing about both Android and iOS is that, unlike the other devices, they both come with a 7-day free trial and a 30-day refund policy.
ExpressVPNs Browser Extensions
Besides ExpressVPN having a dedicated app for all the major devices, it also has support for browser extensions, Chrome and Firefox. This is necessary for anyone who spends almost all their time online, surfing through browsers.
These browser extensions are only compatible with Windows, Linux, and macOS and will only work to encrypt the traffic that passes through the browsers themselves, and not towards any additional apps on your device. To use it, you’ll have to download the app from the Google or Apple stores.
These extensions, however, only come with basic usages, like instant connections to multiple servers and geo-spoofing your physical location through it. There aren’t any additional advanced or basic features added.
ExpressVPN and Routers
Just in case you have a device that ExpressVPN doesn’t have an app for, or maybe you’d like to exceed its 5 device limit, ExpressVPN also has huge compatibility with routers. Now you can manually set up ExpressVPN on a supported router, and extend its connectivity to innumerable device connections.
The best part about using a VPN on your router is the fact that it will just count as one device connection. You’ll be able to connect to more devices than imaginable, such as Nvidia Shield, etc.
So, for example, you can use ExpressVPN on your Windows, Android, iOS, macOS, and a router that will connect to various other devices in one subscription. Using ExpressVPN on your router to connect to unlimited devices, will not slow down your experience. In fact, the results will give you steady and speedy results.
Here’s a quick glimpse at all the Routers that ExpressVPN can be connected to:
It does take slightly longer for you to set up ExpressVPN on a router. However, not to worry, ExpressVPN comes with a huge list of tutorials on its webpage that’ll show you all its supported routers and tutorials on each of them.
You just have to select the router model you have and follow through with its tutorials. The best part about using ExpressVPN on a router is the perks it comes with. The advantages include using a (Kill Switch), server switching with one click and a split-tunneling feature.
Reliability – ExpressVPN safety review
Okay, so, remember the part where I mentioned the necessity of knowing whether a VPNs location of origin is a safe one and out of the 14-eyes jurisdiction? Apart from that, other necessary factors revolve around the privacy and no-logging policies that a VPN provider abides by.
So, since we know that the security backing that ExpressVPN offers is more than reliable, let’s take a look at its privacy policies. This proves how safe and reliable a VPN provider they are. So, let’s first take a look at:
It’s extremely common for a VPN provider to claim that they follow a no-logging policy and then render the opposite results. As in the case of ExpressVPN, their privacy policies seem to be exempt from any false calamities.
If you head over to their webpage and click on the option of “What is VPN”, you’ll find an option that says “Privacy Safeguards”, where you’ll understand every piece of data that ExpressVPN logs and doesn’t log. In short, they deliver a clear message that your privacy is your right and that you are deserving of unrestricted internet freedom.
- The collect all the apps that are connected with the VPN
- The date you connected to the VPN
- Which server location you used
- The amount of data you used in a day
- Your Email information, mainly to send daily alerts etc.
All-in-all, the information that ExpressVPN collects, is void of any important information. All the data they collect will not in any way harm your privacy. They mainly collect this information for technical support issues and to guide you through a solution to these problems.
Trust Pilot review
To get the best results in knowing what other ExpressVPN users thought about the VPN, Trust Pilot is where you should go. There are really great ratings on ExpressVPN, with a rating of nearly 87% positive reviews from nearly 7000+ users worldwide.
24/7 customer support
One of the great parts of ExpressVPN is the fact that they have reliable chat support. Customer support goes a long way in assisting users and potential buyers will all sorts of inquiries. The ExpressVPN live chat was more than helpful with the unlimited questions I asked. All the results you see in this ExpressVPN review are results of double-checking with the support chat.
The ExpressVPN support divides itself into 3 options:
- Troubleshoot Now
- Live Chat
- Get Instructions
If neither of these 3 options has met up with your standards or requirements, they have further divided their support towards:
Other than these, there’s also the FAQ section, just in case the live chat isn’t at your disposal.
What the Reddit community had to say
To get the best out of an ExpressVPN review, you need to look into other opinions. The testing results can always vary from user to user. To check if ExpressVPN did work great for others, I trust no source other than the views of the Reddit community. Here’s what one Reddit user had to say:
Here’s another view from the Reddit community regarding ExpressVPN:
To which other Redditors replied:
Pricing – ExpressVPN affordability review
I always discuss the price of the VPN I’m testing/reviewing before anything else. That’s mostly because the VPN users are more interested in the price they’re about to pay.
However, in this case, I discussed the price of ExpressVPN at the very end of this review only to first show you that ExpressVPN is much more than just an expensive provider.
Looking at all the amazing features and additional perks that ExpressVPN comes with, only now can I say whether or not it truly is reasonable. Let’s take a look at what we have:
The ExpressVPN pricing plan breaks into 3 packages:
- The 1-month plan is $12.95/mo. (Most expensive)
- The 6-months plan is $9.99/mo.
- The 1-year plan is $6.67/mo. + 3 months free! (Saving you 49%)
ExpressVPN payment method
ExpressVPN has a variety of payment methods that you can choose from. They are:
- Credit cards
Does ExpressVPN offer a free trial?
Yes, it does.
A free trial is great for users to get a look and feel of the VPN app. ExpressVPN offers a free testing period for Android and iOS smartphones. You can use it for up to 7 days. However, you need to make sure you cancel your test before the 7 days end. If not, you will automatically be subscribed to a VPN package.
The ExpressVPN 30-day money-back guarantee
Usually, most VPN providers offer a free trial, but since ExpressVPN is one of the few providers that actually work, it has a direct refund policy of 30-days. This gives you ample time to test the VPNs premium features out, along with its DNS and IP leaks, if any.
However, to avail of a full refund, you need to contact the support and ask them for a refund within the 30-day timeframe and not any time after that. Be sure to always go through its terms of service for a clearer picture.
Below you’ll find some of the most frequently asked questions regarding ExpressVPN, they are:
How do I get started with ExpressVPN?
It doesn’t take much time to download and install the ExpressVPN app. Here’s a shorter tutorial showing you how:
- Subscribe to ExpressVPN by choosing a price package.
- Create your account, using an email ID and a password.
- Download the app, and install it.
- Once downloaded, launch the app.
- Connect to the best server for you.
- Open up a restricted streaming service or website and start binging!
What do I do when ExpressVPN won’t connect?
There are always some issues when using a VPN, but you need to test it to see if it works effectively. In the case of ExpressVPN, in case you are met with some issues while trying to connect to the VPN, here’s what you should consider:
- Make sure that your internet is working properly.
- Fidget with the server locations until you find the best one for your requirements.
- Check to see if you disabled your firewall or anti-virus etc. Sometimes these can restrict certain websites from opening up.
- Fidget with the protocols until one is more suitable.
- Make sure your ExpressVPN app is always up-to-date.
- Contact your support team for more questions.
Is ExpressVPN the real deal?
Every ExpressVPN review will always vary from person to person, but if I’m being practical, ExpressVPN is legit! Of course, it runs its own issues just like every other provider, but so far looking at its server list, speed, and other advanced features, it makes one of the best VPN services.
Is it legal to use ExpressVPN?
Yes, ExpressVPN is legal to use. However, always keep in mind that laws vary from country to country depending on whether VPNs are legal or not. There are countries like China and Russia that hold extremely strict censorship laws, using a VPN, in general, is a big risk. But, many users seem to turn to ExpressVPN mainly because of the privacy laws it observes.
Is ExpressVPN extremely pricey?
ExpressVPN costs around $12.95/mo. but provides robust features and performance that are well worth the price. However, it does offer other packages that you can choose from, with the most reasonable one being around $6.67/mo. for 15 months. ExpressVPN always offers amazing discounts regularly, so keep an eye out for it!
Why is ExpressVPN slowing down my speed?
As I said, there are different speed results for different users. The speed results I obtained were quite satisfactory. However, if your speeds are terribly slow, you can address the issue by:
- Close and restart your VPN device
- Make sure all your devices and router firmware are up-to-date.
- Check to see if your ISP is the root cause of it.
Why can’t I use NordVPN instead of ExpressVPN?
Honestly, the choice is yours. According to me, I’ve found many users recommend and use ExpressVPN for more than NordVPN. Yes, NordVPN is another top provider and cheaper too, but I found ExpressVPN’s overall performance to unblock Netflix and more, much more superior.
Do I recommend ExpressVPN?
Yes, I do!
ExpressVPN is pricey, but, does it offer you services that actually work? Yes, it does!
Coming to the end of my ExpressVPN review, we’ve covered pretty much all the main points that needed looking into, which puts this provider among the small list of the best VPN services.
ExpressVPN covers great security, has a split-tunneling feature, produced extremely reliable speeds, unblocked Netflix, and other streaming services for me. Along with that, it is torrenting/P2P compatible, didn’t leak my IP, WebRTC, nor DNS, and it works in China. That’s a win-win!
The reason why I am so thrilled about the results in my ExpressVPN review is mainly the fact that having tried many of its servers, I managed to unblock a whole variety of streaming services with it.
So, in comparison with its high price per month, ExpressVPN does live up to its claims, providing robust security and FUNCTIONAL advanced features.
This provider is constantly offering the best discounts and affordable packages. To keep up, check out our VPN deals page!