Do you own a business or have a large family or a massive friend group? We realize preserving your privacy and security online is a huge challenge, and a VPN subscription usually solves those problems. But even though there are no technical obstacles, VPN providers, to profit, usually limit the number of concurrent connections per user account to between 4 and 7. Luckily, there’s no foot the bill. Instead, check our list of best VPN for multiple devices below, which we sorted by that criterion. However, this doesn’t mean that a bottom entry is necessarily worse than the one on top; it comes down to other features that matter to you. Let’s begin.
1. Surfshark (Unlimited)
Surfshark is a VPN provider based in the British Virgin Islands, where no mandatory data retention laws exist. It offers a no-log policy, 3200+ servers in 65 locations, and supports P2P traffic on all of them. What’s more, each of the servers runs on RAM rather than hard disk drives, so data gets wipe automatically once the power goes off. The VPN provider also protects traffic with AES-256-GCM encryption and distinguishes itself for CleanWeb, an ad/malware/tracker blocker. You might also find NoBorders/Camouflage Mode features useful for bypassing censorship, and MultiHop for bonus security – to bounce your traffic between 2+ VPN servers.
2. IPVanish (Unlimited)
IPVanish is a VPN service based in the United States, but don’t write it off yet. They own every chain in the VPN infrastructure instead of renting it, meaning there’s no third-party involvement. Moreover, the VPN provider has 1600+ VPN servers in 75+ locations worldwide, supports torrenting on each, offers a rock-solid zero-log policy, and protects your traffic with military-grade 256-bit AES encryption. Want to watch restricted shows in your region? IPVanish unblocks HBO Max, Netflix, Disney+, and others, and uses security protocols such as OpenVPN, IKEv2/IPSec, and SSTP.
3. Windscribe (Unlimited)
Windscribe is often recognized as a leading free VPN service, with between 10 GB and 15 GB of monthly data. However, their paid subscription is no slouch, either. Besides the obvious, they distinguish themselves for working in China, offering R.O.B.E.R.T, their ad/malware/crypt-miner/tracker blocker, and extensive app support. Windscribe also offers bank-grade 256-bit AES encryption, never stores logs, and permits P2P traffic on most of the physical servers in 63 countries. What’s more, it bypasses a Netflix US VPN block, has Double Hop, akin to Surfshark’s MultiHop, and 24/7 Customer Care.
4. ZenMate VPN (Unlimited)
Zenmate VPN is perhaps best known for its top free VPN browser extension. And once again, you shouldn’t disregard their paid plans. This German-based VPN service offers a no-logging policy, AES 256-bit encryption, and 3500+ servers in 79 countries, many of which are torrent-friendly. ZenMate VPN also has great app support and unblocks Netflix US, BBC iPlayer, HBO Max, and Amazon Prime Video effortlessly. Finally, the VPN provider has a 7-day free trial, extremely affordable 1-year and 3-year plans, and offers a 30-day money-back guarantee.
5. VyprVPN (30 Devices)
We reviewed VyprVPN in the past and concluded that they excel at implementing an in-house security protocol, Chameleon. And while it provides superb security and a VPN speed boost, they also made WireGuard, IKEv2, and OpenVPN available to users. VyprVPN also prides itself on bypassing VPN blocks – both streaming services like Hulu, Netflix, BBC iPlayer, and Amazon Prime Video and in countries like China or Russia. The VPN service offers a strict zero-logging policy, 256-bit AES encryption, and has 700+ servers in 70+ locations.
6. StrongVPN (12 Devices)
StrongVPN rarely takes such a high spot on our list, but its concurrent connections won us over. Not only does StrongVPN have a no-logging policy and military-grade encryption, but successfully fights censorship in heavily restricted countries. Add a 30-day money refund guarantee, an inexpensive 1-year plan, comprehensive app support, 24/7 Customer Support, and P2P traffic permit on 950+ VPN servers in 30+ countries, and you might have a winner. Additionally, you can circumvent Hulu, Netflix, or BBC iPlayer geo-blocking. Alternatively, you can test protocols – PPTP, L2TP, IKEv2, WireGuard, and OpenVPN (TCP/UDP).
7. Private Internet Access (10 Connections)
Private Internet Access has the largest server network – 29100+ servers in 78 countries. They run many of the servers on RAM instead of hard drive storage, like Surfshark and ExpressVPN, although these two do so on all servers. The VPN provider also catches the attention with budget prices, allowing encryption downgrading (to 128-bit AES only, though), and MACE, their ad/tracker/malware blocker. They also support paying with cryptocurrency, are the only VPN provider with an open-source code, and provide a zero-log guarantee, backed up by independent security audits.
8. CyberGhost VPN (7 Devices)
CyberGhost VPN is the runner-up in the network department on this list. We’re talking about 7000+ VPN servers in 91 countries and 114 locations. They also catch the users’ eyes via low-cost payment plans, especially long-term ones. Also, they’re among the providers with a VPN free trial: 1-day (desktop) and 7-day (mobile), with no payment details required. The VPN provider also offers an outstandingly long 45-day money-back guarantee and supports cryptocurrency payments. The standard features are there too. We mean kill switch, zero-logging policy, split tunneling, 24/7 Customer Care, 256-bit AES encryption, and even a malware/tracker/ad-blocker.
9. NordVPN (6 Connections)
NordVPN is based in Panama and thus isn’t compelled to store user data. Plus, the service has a proven track record with a no-logging policy. What’s more, the VPN provider offers 5250+ VPN servers in 59 countries, split into regular, P2P-friendly, Double VPN (similar to Surfshark’s MultiHop), and Obfuscated (for circumventing anti-VPN measures in censored countries and imposed by leading streaming services). The traffic is scrambled by AES-256-GCM with a 4096-bit DH key, and you can use VPN over TOR (The Onion Router) feature for additional security. NordVPN also has an in-house protocol, NordLynx, a built-in ad-blocker, 24/7 Customer Service, and full-scale app support.
10. ExpressVPN (5 Devices)
ExpressVPN dominated our testing for a VPN service with a top speed. Security protocols aren’t far behind. Besides OpenVPN and IKEv2, the provider offers a proprietary one, Lightway, which uses the AES-256-GCM cipher. The VPN service also has 3000+ servers in 94 countries, which operate on RAM and support torrenting. Moreover, ExpressVPN is based in the British Virgin Islands, e.g., there are no data retention laws in place. The VPN provider also bypasses geo-blocks on all major streaming services and offers a long-proven zero-logging policy. Finally, the VPN provider has vast app support, offers kill switch and split tunneling, and supports Bitcoin payments.