ExpressVPN review: A good service with no public leadership

ExpressVPN review: A good service with no public leadership

ExpressVPN in brief:P2P allowed: YesNumber of servers: 1,500+Business location: British Virgin IslandsNumber of country locations: 94*Cost: $99.95 per

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ExpressVPN in brief:

P2P allowed: Yes

Number of servers: 1,500+

Business location: British Virgin Islands

Number of country locations: 94*

Cost: $99.95 per year

Running a business is a public act. That’s why I don’t understand why some VPN providers go to such great lengths to keep the identities of their leaders private. Today’s review looks at one such company, ExpressVPN.

Business anonymity is an issue we’ll get into in more depth in the trust section. For now, let’s dive into the app.

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