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VPN Unlimited Review

 Rated 3 out of 5 
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Simon Migliano

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Our Verdict

How is this calculated?

Our overall rating is reached by combining several subcategories. The subcategories are weighted as follows:

  • Logging & Jurisdiction: 30%
  • Speed & Reliability: 25%
  • Security & Extra Features: 20%
  • Streaming: 10%
  • Torrenting: 5%
  • Ease of Use: 5%
  • Support: 5%

See our full methodology in how we review VPNs.

VPN Unlimited from KeepSolid is a better than average, beginner-friendly VPN. It’s secure, provides quick connection speeds, and even bypasses censorship in China. It works with Netflix, HBO Max, BBC iPlayer, and it’s easy to use too. It's not the quickest VPN though, or the best for torrenting.

Ranked #31 out of 56 VPNs

VPN Unlimited Category Ratings

  • 99.0/10
  • 3.43.4/10
  • 7.17.1/10
  • 6.46.4/10
  • 8.28.2/10
  • 9.49.4/10
  • 7.77.7/10
  • 8.28.2/10
  • 99.0/10
  • 88.0/10

VPN Unlimited Pros & Cons

  • Fast speeds
  • Easy access to streaming sites
  • Servers for P2P torrenting
  • Easy set-up on all major platforms
  • Connect to 50 countries
  • Lifetime subscription available

  • Collects too much information
  • Based in New York (US jurisdiction)
  • Short money-back guarantee

Why Trust Our Review?

We’ve spent thousands of hours testing and reviewing 56 VPN services using our impartial review process to recommend you the best VPN software.

Here are some of our key VPN testing statistics:

Total Hours of Testing30,000+
Weekly Speed Tests3,000+
VPN Services Reviewed56
Streaming Platforms Tested Daily12
IP & DNS Leak Tests Performed9,500+
How Much We've Spent On Testing$25,000+

VPN Unlimited is a good VPN service that offers quick speeds across its server network. It also provides its users with dedicated servers for streaming and P2P.

It’s a relatively basic VPN aimed at beginners, so don’t expect advanced features and functionalities that only the very best VPN services come with.

However, VPN Unlimited is secure enough, with AES-256 encryption and an effective VPN kill switch.

Keepsolid VPN Unlimited’s strongest area is unblocking streaming services. In our latest tests, we found that the VPN worked with US Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Hulu, HBO Max, and more.

But, when it comes to your online privacy, KeepSolid VPN Unlimited is not as good as it may initially seem. In fact, we can’t recommend it for anonymity due to its disappointing logging policy combined with its US jurisdiction.

Overall, Keepsolid VPN Unlimited is an above-average VPN that mainly suits beginners who want unblock streaming content. But there are better and more well-rounded VPN options available.

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VPN Unlimited Key Data

Data CapUnlimited
Logging PolicySome User Logs
Data LeaksNo
JurisdictionUS (Five-Eyes Member)
IP Addresses500+
US NetflixYes
Simultaneous Connections5
Works In ChinaYes
SupportLive Chat
Cheapest Price$99.99 for a lifetime
Free Trial7 Days (No Payment Info Required)
Money-Back Guarantee7-day Money-Back Guarantee
Official WebsiteVpnunlimitedapp.com

Privacy & Logging Policy

Logs some data temporarily

How is this calculated?

We dissect the logging and privacy policies of every VPN. A VPN should never log:

  • Your real IP address
  • Connection timestamps
  • DNS requests

A base of operations outside of 14-Eyes or EU jurisdiction is preferable.

VPN Unlimited logs your aggregated performance data and the dates of your sessions, but this isn't identifiable. It does log your IP address during you VPN session but this is deleted once you close your connection. This isn't the best logging policy we've seen, but we can recommend it as safe.

Ranked #35 out of 56 VPNs for Privacy & Logging Policy

VPN Unlimited is owned and run by KeepSolid Inc. It was founded in 2013 by Oleg Bocharnikov and Vasiliy Ivanov, who set up what was then-called Simplex Solutions, a business in Odessa, Ukraine.

KeepSolid Inc. is now incorporated in the US and its HQ is in New York.

This isn’t a good thing. Being based in the US means that US law enforcement agencies can force the company to log and hand over customer data.

In its privacy policy, VPN Unlimited states it will hand over personal data in order to comply with laws that require such disclosure.

We’re comforted by VPN Unlimited’s policy to only store personally-identifiable information (your IP address) for the duration of your session.

However, it is worrying that data can be handed over without your consent. VPN Unlimited is not a VPN for total anonymity.

Logging Policy

KeepSolid VPN Unlimited’s logging policy is disappointing. It is private enough for most, but let’s look at what it does collect.

VPN Unlimited records:

  • Original IP address
  • Browser type
  • Operating system
  • Device ID
  • Time zone
  • Connection type
  • WiFi network name

Yikes. That’s a lot of information. However, it is not as bad as it sounds as this data is deleted after each VPN session.

What it does not delete includes:

  • Total amount of data used for each session
  • Session dates
  • Number of devices using KeepSolid products
  • Version of the app used

This is non-sensitive aggregated data and much less of a privacy threat.

However, we don’t like that the policy doesn’t state how long this information is stored for, so we can’t trust VPN Unlimited completely.


Good speeds, but could be faster

How is this calculated?

Speed ratings are calculated using upload speeds, download speeds, and ping (latency).

We test average speeds regularly using a dedicated 100Mbps connection in London, UK. Local download speed is considered the most important factor.

VPN Unlimited delivers good speeds, but we've seen much faster. It's long-distance connections to the US are particularly disappointing and the ping is too high. Having said that, the speed losses aren't huge and we had no problems when browsing or streaming with loading times or buffering.

Ranked #38 out of 56 VPNs for Speed

VPN Unlimited is actually quite limited when it comes to speed.

Here’s what our speed tests found:

Local Speed Test results before using VPN Unlimited:

  • Download Speed: 97Mbps
  • Upload Speed: 97Mbps
  • Ping: 3ms

Local Speed Test results with VPN Unlimited:

  • Download Speed: 81Mbps
  • Upload Speed: 64Mbps
  • Ping: 19ms

Download speed loss when VPN Unlimited is running: 16%

Long-distance speeds

These are the average speeds we saw when connecting from the UK to the following locations:

  • USA:
    • Download: 22Mbps
    • Upload: 13Mbps
  • Germany:
    • Download: 73Mbps
    • Upload: 13Mbps
  • Singapore:
    • Download: 42Mbps
    • Upload: 6Mbps

VPN Unlimited is particularly poor if you connect long-distance to countries in Asia or North and South America (we test from the UK).

The USA delivered very slow speeds, Singapore was better but still hit-and-miss, and if you’re in Australia, you’re out of luck – VPN Unlimited doesn’t have a single server there.

At least local connections were better, with speeds often above average.

In recent days, VPN Unlimited has upgraded a number of its European servers to offer 10Gbit/s connection speeds, available on:

  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Italy
  • Poland
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland

This is a positive development but we’d like to see them upgrade the overall server network.

How about ping/latency? That’s way too high too. On local UK connections we recorded 19ms, which is simply too high for anyone serious about gaming.

For gamers and torrenters out there, you should find another VPN service due to the sluggish latency/ping and plenty of P2P restrictions.

If you’re a gamer, you should look for ping times as low as 1ms to prevent lag. There are snappier alternatives out there for this purpose, including ExpressVPN and IPVanish, while you can read our review of the excellent PrivateVPN here.

Server Locations

Good-sized server network

How is this calculated?

The global spread and coverage of the VPN server network is the most important factor here.

We also consider the number of city-level servers, plus how many IP addresses are maintained.

This rating does not directly contribute to the Overall Rating, but instead makes up a portion of the Security & Features rating.

VPN Unlimited has 500 servers across 50 countries. This is a respectable server network. It's far from the largest, but it's a good spread that should please most VPN users. It also has a good number of city-level options to choose from.

Ranked #22 out of 56 VPNs for Server Locations

Globe with a blue flag
50 Countries
Image of a city landscape
80 Cities
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500+ IP Addresses

VPN Unlimited offers a decent-sized network. It covers the most popular locations across 80 locations.

But if you need access to servers in less well-covered places there are better VPN services out there to do the job.

In terms of individual servers, VPN Unlimited has a fairly small number – just over 500.

VPN Unlimited Server locations list

VPN Unlimited has a decent sized server network.

Customer support refused to tell us the number of IP addresses they offer, saying that it’s against their policy. This leads us to suspect that there aren’t many more than 500.

This is disappointing when compared to the 50,000+ IPs offered by some of its rival services (VyprVPN, for example, has over 200,000). It’s likely that the servers will clog up pretty quickly, resulting in poor performance. Not ideal.

When it comes to the US, the spread is good. 13 different US cities are distributed from East (Florida) to West coast (California), and the South (Texas), too.

Likewise, VPN Unlimited has good European options, with city-level options in UK, France, and Germany.

Asia coverage is decent, with VPN Unlimited servers in Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea and one bridging the continental divide in Turkey. Yet South America is limited to Brazil and Chile only, and the sole option in Africa is South Africa.

VPN Unlimited also withdrew its India servers following the introduction of data-retention law, which was a good move.


Access to US Netflix & BBC iPlayer

How is this calculated?

Streaming is rated by the number of different services unlocked, how many regional libraries are viewable, and how consistently the VPN can access them.

Netflix, BBC iPlayer, HBO Max, Amazon Prime Video and more are all tested on a weekly basis.

VPN Unlimited unblocks most major streaming services, including Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video. That's a lot of new content. This is easily one of the better VPNs for getting around geo-restrictions.

Ranked #10 out of 56 VPNs for Streaming

VPN Unlimited is a good choice for unblocking video streaming platforms, especially compared to other mid-range VPN services such as Avast SecureLine.

Due to its optimized servers, VPN Unlimited provides quick, hassle-free access to Amazon Prime Video, US Netflix, BBC iPlayer, HBO Max, and Hulu.

VPN Unlimited unblocking US Netflix screenshot

VPN Unlimited consistently unblocks US Netflix.

VPN Unlimited also has dedicated streaming servers for:

  • ESPN+
  • Hotstar
  • Popcornflix
  • Rai.tv
  • Sony Crackle

We’ve had no problems unblocking online streaming servers with VPN Unlimited – it’s extremely consistent, one of the most reliable VPNs on the market.


Slow P2P Servers

How is this calculated?

We calculate the average download bitrate of every VPN using a bespoke torrenting setup.

Testing also factors in the percentage of servers which permit P2P, plus useful features like port forwarding.

VPN Unlimited is a terrible VPN for torrenting. Popular torrenting websites are banned on US servers. It only has three torrenting servers and all of them have a very slow average bitrate. Its logging policy isn’t guaranteed to protect your privacy while file sharing, either.

Ranked #42 out of 56 VPNs for Torrenting

VPN Unlimited’s streaming game is strong, but we can’t say the same for torrenting. It has a very slow average bitrate speed of 1.5 MiB/s. In comparison, ExpressVPN records 9.4 MiB/s on the same test connection.

Torrenting Websites Banned on US Servers

On the 13th of January 2022, VPN Unlimited agreed in US court to “block BitTorrent traffic” and to block access to major torrenting websites on its servers in the US. VPN Unlimited had been accused by film studios of encouraging its subscribers to violate copyright law using its service.

As of 15 March 2022, our testing found that the ban is now being enforced. The websites listed in the image below are blocked via a firewall, when connected to a US VPN Unlimited server. California and New York P2P dedicated servers have also recently been removed from the service.

Screenshot of a KeepSolid's Stipulation of Dismissal.

Excerpt from KeepSolid’s Stipulation of Dismissal stating they would block BitTorrent on US servers.

There are only three VPN Unlimited servers permitted for torrenting. These include:

  • Ontario, Toronto (Canada)
  • Paris (France)
  • Bucharest (Romania)

If VPN Unlimited allows torrenting, it seems to do so reluctantly. In its FAQ VPN Unlimited says: “The primary use of KeepSolid VPN Unlimited is not to download torrents, but to offer online security.”

We recommend checking out IPVanish if you would like more server options for torrenting.

On the plus side, it has a kill switch that can prevent your IP address from being leaked if VPN Unlimited disconnects.

Bypassing Web Censorship

Reliable option for bypassing censorship in China

How is this calculated?

Our remote-access server in Shanghai, China routinely tests if a VPN can beat restrictions and access a free, open internet. Obfuscation technologies and nearby servers are also a contributing factor.

This rating does not directly contribute to the Overall Rating, but instead makes up a portion of the Security & Features rating.

VPN Unlimited masks VPN traffic as normal web traffic, getting around state censors in the process. It even works in China, which is the litmus test of a great anti-censorship VPN.

Ranked #5 out of 56 VPNs for Bypassing Web Censorship

Despite China’s recent VPN crackdowns, VPN Unlimited is still a reliable option for people wishing to connect out from that country.

We’ve tested it on our own China servers and can report consistent success bypassing the firewall.

VPN Unlimited’s KeepSolid Wise protocol enables users from China to overcome the Great Firewall by making their VPN traffic appear as standard HTTPS web traffic. This makes it extremely difficult to detect and block, therefore allowing the majority of people to beat the government censors.

It should be noted that Chinese users only currently have access to five VPN nearby free speech countries, but this does include Singapore which is the best option if you’re looking for good speeds.

Due to this proprietary protocol, VPN Unlimited is also a fantastic choice for people in other high-censorship countries such as the UAE, Turkey and Iran. A good-sized global network is helpful here, as it means you’ll never be too far from a server in a free speech country.

Security & Technical Features

Strong security and exclusive encryption protocol

How is this calculated?

Top-rated VPNs offer OpenVPN or WireGuard protocols, AES-256 encryption, and a functional kill switch. We also consider additional security features and the global spread of VPN servers.

VPN Unlimited has all the top security protocols and its own proprietary one. It has a DNS Firewall and we recorded no IP, DNS, or WebRTC leaks when using it. This is a very safe service.

Ranked #24 out of 56 VPNs for Security & Technical Features

ProtocolsAvailable in VPN Unlimited
EncryptionAvailable in VPN Unlimited
SecurityAvailable in VPN Unlimited
DNS Leak BlockingYes
First-party DNSNo
IPv6 Leak BlockingNo
Supports TCP Port 443Yes
VPN Kill SwitchYes
WebRTC Leak BlockingNo
Advanced FeaturesAvailable in VPN Unlimited
Ad BlockerNo
Dedicated IPNo
Double VPNNo
Smart DNSNo
Static IPNo
Split TunnelingNo
Tor over VPN ServerNo
Tracker BlockerNo

VPN Unlimited has some solid security features. If you’re an experienced VPN user, you may find advanced options lacking.

With VPN Unlimited, you can choose between these protocols:

  • OpenVPN
  • IKEv2
  • KeepSolid Wise TCP/UDP
  • TLS Encryption
  • IPSec
  • WireGuard

KeepSolid Wise TCP/UDP is a proprietary protocol, which is to say it’s an exclusive, first-party protocol. It makes use of the TCP 443 port used by secure web traffic (HTTPS).

Tech jargon aside, this means it’s far more difficult for ISPs and government censors to detect that you’re using a VPN, as your traffic simply appears as that of a normal browser.

However, which protocols you can select are dependent upon the device that you’re using. For example, Windows mobile is limited to L2TP encryption.

We always recommend selecting OpenVPN or WireGuard where possible.

VPN Unlimited’s encryption is also strong. AES-256, as it’s called, is a top cipher said to be unbreakable. The US federal government uses it, so you can trust it to be robust.

VPN Unlimited has also introduced the essential VPN kill switch function, which means that if your connection drops for any reason, it will block online traffic, preventing your true IP address from being exposed.

However, VPN Unlimited could do better by providing its own DNS servers. It currently uses Google Public DNS, which are still considered to provide a very high level of performance and security, though.

VPN Unlimited does have a nice DNS Firewall feature that protects you from malicious websites, phishing web pages, malware infections, and even pop-up ads.

You can activate the DNS Firewall by logging into your VPN Unlimited account, and selecting the types of websites you wan’t to block. Or you can create a custom blacklist.

We also did not detect any DNS leaks when using VPN Unlimited. You can test it for yourself using our leak test tool.

Device & OS Compatibility

Good range of custom apps

How is this rated?

A quality VPN should maintain functional, fully-featured applications and extensions for as many platforms and devices as possible.

This does not directly contribute to the Overall Rating, but instead makes up a portion of the Ease of Use rating.

VPN Unlimited can be installed and used on a fair number of devices and platforms. This includes the most popular ones like Windows and macOS. But there are also apps for Linux and you can use the VPN on router to protect Smart TVs.


VPN Unlimited is available on a good range of custom apps for the usual platforms, including:

  1. Windows
  2. Mac
  3. iOS
  4. Android
  5. Linux
  6. Router

You can also buy pre-configured WiFi routers with the software already installed, saving you having to setup multiple apps on individual devices.

There are also step-by-step instructions on how to manually configure your existing router to support the software, which are very user-friendly and include lots of helpful screenshots.

Games consoles & streaming devices

VPN Unlimited additionally provides a range of manual set-up guides for devices lacking dedicated apps such as Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast.

VPN Unlimited can be used on a number of games consoles, including Xbox, Nintendo and PlayStation, as well as streaming devices by connecting them to a configured router or sharing the VPN connection with another device already running the software – a laptop or smartphone.

This includes:

  1. Apple TV
  2. Amazon Fire TV
  3. Chromecast
  4. Nintendo
  5. PlayStation
  6. Roku
  7. Xbox

We would like to see some native apps for these in the future – apps designed for specific consoles and streaming devices – especially as it is offered by rivals, including Windscribe.

Still, VPN Unlimited is generous enough to allow up to five devices connected to the one VPN subscription simultaneously. That comes in handy.

Also handy are the extensive manual set-up guides for plenty of these devices on the support section of VPN Unlimited’s website.

It’s rare for a provider to offer so many manual workarounds for such a large range of streaming devices, and we love that VPN Unlimited has gone to so much effort to make the process as simple as possible. VPN beginners rejoice!

Browser extensions

VPN Unlimited offers proxy extensions for:

  1. Chrome
  2. Microsoft Edge
  3. Firefox
  4. Opera

VPN Unlimited caters to more browsers than most VPNs, which usually have extensions for Chrome and Firefox only, if that.

Be aware that proxies are not VPNs – they’re unencrypted connections. But they’re helpful for lightweight browsing while hiding your IP and changing the country you appear to be connecting from.

VPN Unlimited’s browser extensions are incredibly easy to download and use, available within a matter of seconds if you already have the main program installed.

They also include the WebRTC Leak Blocker. This is a tool that helps to prevent a browser issue that could potentially expose your true IP address. That’s all well and good, but we think that should be standard anyway.

Ease of Use

Nicely designed apps

How is this calculated?

This rating mainly consists of the intuitiveness of setup and everyday use.

Device or platform compatibility and customization options are also a factor.

We like the way VPN Unlimited is designed and how it looks. You can change your protocol easy and switch on the DNS Firewall with the flick of a switch. It's not an overbearing or too technical app, either.

Ranked #22 out of 56 VPNs for Ease of Use

How to Install & Set Up VPN Unlimited

VPN Unlimited’s custom apps are sleek and user-friendly.

The main screen of the desktop app displays your connection status, chosen server location and a button to have a look at your new IP address on a pretty (if somewhat redundant) world map.

It would be better to see it a little more streamlined to fit in a smaller window, but you can do much worse than this from a VPN (trust us – we’ve seen it).

If you’re looking to customize, advanced settings are located behind the burger menu (the three horizontal lines) and are quite neatly laid out with some helpful integrated support regarding the different VPN protocols.

You can turn on the kill switch function in the settings menu (and we recommend you do), but DNS leak protection is hidden within the protocols menu, which is a little confusing.

We love that you can search for a server rather than having to scroll and scroll through a long list, plus there’s a dedicated tab for streaming-optimized servers. Want to watch Netflix? VPN Unlimited makes it easy.

Also, VPN Unlimited servers that allow torrenting are clearly marked to make them easy to find.

Customer Support

High standard of customer support

How is this calculated?

This rating is based on our assessment of each VPN’s:

  • Email support
  • Live chat support
  • Online resources

Not every VPN offers all of these, and they often vary in quality and response time.

VPN Unlimited has a nice live chat feature for quick answers to questions. There's also a thorough online resource section. We'd like to see support available 24/7, but for a mid-tier VPN its support offering is impressive.

Ranked #7 out of 56 VPNs for Customer Support

Customer SupportAvailable in VPN Unlimited
24/7 Live Chat SupportNo
24/7 Email SupportNo
Live Chat SupportYes
Email Support via Online FormNo
Tutorial VideosNo
Online ResourcesYes

VPN Unlimited offers a high standard of customer support, and has recently introduced a live chat feature.

When we put it to the test, the support agents were helpful, friendly, and quick to respond. We can’t ask for much more than that from a VPN service.

VPN Unlimited customer support

VPN Unlimited’s customer support responded to our team in 10 minutes.

Agents often referred us to FAQ pages to find our answer, which is annoying, but they were happy to provide more details if asked.

Unfortunately, this live chat isn’t available 24/7, a service most top-tier providers offer. You can email the VPN Unlimited support team around the clock, though. Here the response time was very quick – we often received answers within an hour.

Should you not want to contact the support directly, you can find solutions in VPN Unlimited’s online resources section.

This is well organized and comprehensive, and the FAQ search feature enables you to look up keywords rather than scrolling through a long list of answers.

We all know the pain of scrolling through an FAQ for an answer that often isn’t there.

As well as a fantastic selection of set-up manuals, there was good material on more general subjects such as online security, bypassing censorship, and data privacy, which is always useful.

Price & Value

Includes lifetime subscription

How is this calculated?

Price & Value for Money receives a rating, but is not factored into our Overall Rating. We believe the reader should decide what is or isn’t a reasonable price.

A good rating here isn’t just based on how cheap the VPN is, but for the value it offers overall.

VPN Unlimited has a lifetime subscription offer at $99.99. This one-time payment will give you online protection for life, making it one of the best value for money VPNs. Otherwise, the shorter term plans are relatively expensive. There are stronger, cheaper VPNs available.

Ranked #8 out of 56 VPNs for Price & Value

VPN Unlimited offers a range of pricing plans. They all have the same features but the longer you subscribe the less you pay each month.

It has also recently introduced another set of pricing plans that allow up to 10 simultaneous connections, rather than its standard five.

  1. Monthly


    Billed $9.99 every month
    Save 50%
  2. 12 Month(s)


    Billed $59.99 every year
    Save 75%
  3. Lifetime


    One-off payment of $99.99

The most expensive option is the single month package at $9.99.

This is reduced by 50% to $4.99 by signing up to the one year plan, billed $59.99 annually.

VPN Unlimited is also one of the only providers we’ve seen that offers a lifetime VPN account. It’s lifetime subscription is$99.99, which is fantastic value for money if you plan on using a VPN for the foreseeable future.

You can also pay an extra $1.66 a month for MonoDefense, which includes a Smart DNS, DNS Firewall, and Passwarden (password manager).


Payment & refund options

VPN Unlimited accepts payment via these options:

  1. American Express
  2. Bitcoin
  3. Mastercard
  4. PayPal
  5. Visa

Unfortunately, unlike many other VPN providers, you’re unable to pay using any international payment methods, such as Alipay or UnionPay.

There’s also no cryptocurrency options, which the most privacy-conscious users like to pay with.

The Bottom Line

Mid-tier service, good for streaming

KeepSolid VPN Unlimited is a quick VPN with dedicated servers for streaming and torrenting. It’s easy to set up and use so we’re looking at a VPN with potential for casual users or newcomers to VPNs.

Beyond that, we can’t recommend KeepSolid VPN Unlimited for strict anonymity or privacy due to its US jurisdiction, which is a privacy threat.

This VPN uses an exclusive encryption protocol, which is interesting to see, and it’s not too expensive when you consider its lifetime plan.

Though it performs well, there are more well-rounded VPN options out there.

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