Spotty performance. By Matt Elliott
Editor’s Note: Due to the popularity and interest in our last VPN roundup, we’re reviewing five more VPNs this week to see which of them is the best, and have expanded out speed and ping tests. For a beginner’s guide on what a VPN is and why you should care, read our introductory article Everything You Need to Know About VPN.
TigerVPN is a VPN with cute tiger-based iconography that bills itself as a “global” service good for unlocking geo-restrictions and enhancing privacy, like other VPNs essentially. Let’s see how it stacked up to the competition.
TigerVPN offers three payment plans. The price of the month-to-month plan of $11.99 is the highest monthly cost of the five VPNs I reviewed this time around. Like other the services — PureVPN, NordVPN, TorGuard, and TigerVPN — TigerVPN offers discounts if you sign up for six months or a year. The monthly price drops to $8.33 a month if you signed up for six months or $6.67 a month if you sign up for a year. This annual price is closer to average, but still slightly more than several of Tiger’s competitors. The plans feature a seven-day, money-back