SurfEasy review: A zippy VPN from north of the border

SurfEasy review: A zippy VPN from north of the border

SurfEasy in brief:P2P allowed: Yes—Ultra customers onlyBusiness location: Canada[ Further reading: Your new PC needs these 15 free, excellent programs

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SurfEasy in brief:

P2P allowed: Yes—Ultra customers only

Business location: Canada

Number of servers: 1,000+

Number of country locations: 16 (Total) / 28 (Ultra)

Cost: $48 billed annually (Total) / $77.88 billed annually (Ultra)

Most people never heard of Toronto-based SurfEasy until it was snapped up in early 2015 by browser maker Opera. Even if you’re still unfamiliar with this VPN, you might have used it: SurfEasy powers Opera’s free VPN built into its browser, as well as the free VPN apps for Android and iOS.

On top of all that free stuff, SurfEasy has its own paid VPN service separate from Opera’s free offering—according to a company rep, there’s no overlap between the two.

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