BulletVPN Tested and Reviewed

In a market full of VPN providers whose quality of service might come to question, anyone seeking a good return on their money’s worth must have a good idea of what to look for when deciding which VPN vendor to subscribe to. In this help guide, I’d like to take you through the factors that you should place a keen eye on to decide whether a specific provider’s quality of service will match your needs. We’ll do this by focussing on one well known VPN provider; that is, BulletVPN.

BulletVPN Tested and Reviewed

BulletVPN Tested and Reviewed

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BulletVPN Review – Pricing & Plans

With a selection of three payment plans to choose from, it’s difficult to imagine not finding a payment schedule that fits your budget. These are the available options:

  • 1-Month Plan for $10.98
  • 6-Month Plan for $54.98 ($9.16 per month)
  • 1-Year Plan for $89.98 ($7.50 per month)

The cheapest option is of course the yearly one, since you get to save up $20.28 compared to the 6-month bundle, and $41.78 with regard to the 1-month payment plan, with the assumption that you plan to enjoy VPN services for a full year.

BulletVPN Review – Apps

You don’t really have to be tech savvy to find your way with the BulletVPN apps since they‘re designed to be really user friendly, as well as to run on whatever device you have, be it a Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad or Android based. The setup process won’t take you longer than usual, since after downloading the app from the Google Play Store, you’d only need to install it, sign in, and connect to a server of your choice. You could even connect to a US based server to unblock and watch American Netflix from anywhere in the world.

BulletVPN Review – Refund Policy

If you’re worried that after signing up, you’ll not enjoy BulletVPN as much as you’d thought you would, their 30-day money-back guarantee has got you covered. You’ll get a full refund as long as you claim it within the 30-day period. Most VPN services offer a 7 to 14-day refund guarantee.

BulletVPN Review – Privacy & Security

Perhaps your main reason for subscribing to a VPN service is to enjoy browsing the Internet with the safe knowledge that nobody can track you down or eavesdrop on whatever you’re up to. If this is the case. Then BulletVPN offers up-to 5 protocols that’ll keep you and your work anonymous online. IPSec, OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, and IKEv2 are all available.

Also, bear in mind that their strict no-logs kept policy will always be in effect. This means nobody will keep a record of the sites you choose to visit.
In doing my due diligence. I also tested out their apps for viruses with various anti-virus programs and the results came out negative for any security threat on my device. This proves that the apps are completely safe to use.

BulletVPN Review – Servers

The more servers your VPN provider can connect to, the higher the number of countries whose IP address you can use. BulletVPN does not disappoint when it comes to the number of remote servers they have worldwide. We’re looking at servers in Spain, Germany, the US, Canada, Australia, Japan, India, Brazil and a lot more. Here’s a more comprehensive list:

Europe

  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Russia
  • United Kingdom
  • Netherlands
  • Romania
  • France
  • Italy
  • Denmark
  • Germany

Americas

  • Canada
  • USA
  • Mexico
  • Brazil

Africa

  • South Africa

Asia/Oceania

  • Saudi Arabia
  • India
  • Korea
  • Japan
  • Australia
  • New Zealand

BulletVPN Review – Customer Support

A competent customer support system is one factor that a service cannot compromise on especially if the service is Internet based. This is why the support team at BulletVPN goes out of its way to make sure that they are reachable for live one-on-one chat, and are also responsive to queries posted on their Facebook and Twitter pages. If you’d rather contact them formally, you could send them an email, or fill the contact form on their website for them to contact you later.

BulletVPN Review – Final Word

There’s a high chance that you might get tempted to subscribe to the many “free” VPN providers you can find on the Internet. The thing with these free service providers is that they look very appealing at first, but the service you get after signing up will leave you frustrated and regretful that you allowed them to waste so much of your time. It’s better to pay for a good service, but after testing it out first. Most VPN providers don’t give as much as 30-days to test out a product, so for those that do, it serves as an indicator of the confidence they have in the high quality of their product.

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