IPVanish Gets a No-Device-Limits Update

With newly introduced Unmetered Connections, you can run the iPVanish app on all your devices...

IPVanish Gets a No-Limit Update

IPVanish is “going unlimited” with its latest update. Dubbed Unmetered Connections, the company is now allowing users to run its VPN app on all devices.

Prior to this update, a single IPVanish license enabled up to 10 simultaneous connections, which was also more than what most competitors were offering. Now they’re taking another step forward to make for an even sweeter deal.

“No one should sacrifice the security of one device for another in order to defend their data,” IPVanish’s announcement reads, adding that users can now “protect every device they own.”

With unmetered VPN connections, you can have IPVanish’s VPN service on every device you own — whether that’s 10 devices, 25 devices, or even more. For instance, you could connect your phone to New York; your tablet to San Francisco and your streaming stick to Sydney, with multiple VPN connections to spare. You can even share your IPVanish account with all the members of your household. “An end to connection metering is an end to device quantity caps,” IPVanish adds.

The company also said it is doubling down on its commitment to zero logs; IPVanish’s infrastructure is blind to the number of devices you’re using.

In conclusion, IPVanish says that this combo of unmetered VPN connections and strict zero-logs policy provides a whole household with access to online protection, no matter what.

We always liked IPVanish, now we like them even more. 😉

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Pros

Cons

  • One the best VPNs for torrenting
  • Works well with Netflix
  • Simple setup on all popular devices
  • Strict zero-logs policy
  • Doesn't work with BBC iPlayer
  • Doesn't work in China