Price$3.99/month (1 Year Plan)
Servers150+ in 32 Countries
Unblocks NetflixYes
Works in ChinaNo
Recommended No
CompatibilityWindows, Android, Apple

Anonine VPN Can Unblock Netflix US and Guarantee Secure Browsing

Anonine VPN is good but small service headquartered in the data-friendly country of Seychelles.

Surely, the service is small in comparison to the industry titans by some distance, however, size doesn’t matter in the VPN domain as long as your basics are right.

Anonine VPN costs $3.99/month on its best plan (1 Year Deal), which is quite high, so is Anonine VPN up to the task of justifying this high price with a stellar service?

In this Anonine VPN Review, I will go through each aspect of the service and analyze it to tell you whether I recommend this service or not.

So let’s begin with.

Anonine VPN Jurisdiction Review

Getting its jurisdiction right on the money, Anonine VPN is based in Seychelles.

This country is one of the safest locations on the globe for a VPN to be hosted in since it has no data retention laws.

Seychelles is also not a member of any data sharing alliance.

Considering these points, we’ll give a green flag to Anonine VPN as its jurisdiction is safe.

Anonine VPN Logging Policy Review

Anonine VPN is a service that you can trust for keeping absolutely zero logs of your activities.

Anonine vpn logging policy

In one of the most simple and well-written privacy policies that I’ve come across so far in the VPN domain, the provider claims that it won’t keep any record of the following kinds of user data in either its archives or servers:

  • Logs
  • Connection timestamp
  • Connection duration
  • Locations and servers to which the user is connected
  • IP addresses
  • DNS requests

Yes, it does keep your email, account details and even connection timestamps, but maintaining such data is understandable because it allows the service to help users with better service and account facilitation.

On top of this, collecting these types of data is not dangerous for user privacy at all.

But, if AnonineVPN wants to better itself in this regard, then it can follow the example of MullvadVPN, which doesn’t require anything, not even your email, to create your account.

Anonine VPN Encryption Review

Anonine VPN offers military-grade AES 256 CBC encryption.

For those who don’t know about this encryption standard, let me break it to you that it’s virtually tamper-proof.

There is no currently known method to decipher this kind of encryption, irrespective of how powerful brute force attacks are done on it. So, your data, traveling through Anonine VPN’s tunnels, is pretty safe.

Anonine VPN Protocol Support Review

Anonine VPN offers these three protocols:

  • OpenVPN/Stunnel
  • IPSec IKEv2
  • L2TP/IPSec

Out of the lot, OpenVPN is the most secure as it’s not known to have any vulnerabilities at all. It’s also Open Source which makes its security evolve consistently through a dedicated user base which sniffs out any flaws and corrects it before a hack can take advantage of them.

IPSec/IKEv2 and L2TP/IPSec are also good, but I don’t recommend you to use them when OpenVPN is available. The speeds might be a bit slower on the latter, but still, anything that lowers your security profile is a Big No always.

The provider offers a Kill switch feature as well which has become a basic necessity these days as this feature becomes your savior in case your connection gets dropped by killing off your internet right away.

This stops your IP from getting exposed and your anonymity for getting compromised.

Anonine VPN IP Leak Protection Review

Anonine VPN also passed our DNS leak test with no problems apparently.

But, it didn’t do the same for the Web RTC test where it showed that the traffic was passing through at least 4 different IP addresses, which suggests some major problems on this front for Anonine VPN.

It still didn’t release our real IP but the results were not satisfactory at all.

Anonine VPN is strongly recommended to look into this problem and rectify it or otherwise, it would go on to ruin the otherwise sturdy security you can get from it.

Anonine VPN Pricing Plans Review

Pricing is fast becoming a contentious issue in the VPN domain as the competition becomes fiercer each day with more and much better services entering the industry. Still, this doesn’t mean that a VPN can’t demand an exclusive amount for its services.

If a provider’s service is unmatchable and provides excellent service, then it can sell at any price, no issues at all. ExpressVPN is almost thrice as expensive on most of its pricing plans if we compare it with similar services. But its price has never been an issue because no one service can touch its quality and standards of service.

So, where does Anonine VPN’s pricing plans stand amongst all this?

They are a bit overpriced as $4/month on your best plan is almost double the price of much better VPNs out there that offer lot more features.

Anonine VPN offers three major plans:

  • Monthly Plan: $6.99 billed once
  • Quarterly Plan (3 Months): $5.99/month ($17.97 billed once)
  • Yearly Plan: $3.99/month ($47.88 billed once)

Anonine VPN Pricing Plans

My personal favorite amongst all of these plans is the monthly deal and that’s because there is a common strategy in the VPN industry to price the monthly plan at exorbitant rates so that it looks expensive in comparison to long term deals. This is a practice I seriously don’t like and it’s a relief Anonine VPN doesn’t follow that.

At just $6.99/month, anyone with a short term requirement can get a subscription to this service without much of a commitment or thinking.

The next best plan is the Yearly Deal in which you get 12 months of subscription at just $47.88 billed once. This puts the monthly cost of this plan at $3.99, which is expensive if you compare it to other long term plans offered by major providers.

But do notice here that since this plan is limited to just a year’s worth of subscription, you wouldn’t be paying much in the overall bill as compared to the price you have to pay for a plan that has lower per month cost but requires you to subscribe to much longer periods.

Overall, $4/month is expensive considering the value that the service is offering.

Anonine VPN Payment Methods Review

You can pay for the pricing plans of Anonine VPN through the following payment methods:

  • Credit/Debit Card
  • Paypal
  • Swedish Banks
  • Phone & SMS (Valid only for Swedish customers)
  • Crypto-Currency (Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Blackcoin, Bytecoin, Dash, Dogecoin, Emercoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, Monero, Peercoin, Primecoin, Reddcoin, Ripple, Zcash)
  • Payson (Swedish Customers only)
  • Perfect Money
  • Other methods (WebMoney, Click and Buy, Sofort, GiroPay, UKash, Mint, Bank Transfer)

These payment options are exhaustive enough to facilitate customers through nearly all channels possible. The most impressive feature of the payment options list is the degree of flexibility that Anonine VPN has allowed in paying through Crypto-currency.

From Bitcoin to Monero and from Ripple to Ethereum, AnonineVPN accepts all popular cryptos, which is great as it not just allows users to pay anonymously but makes it easier for them to pay for the pricing plans by means of the growing crypto market.

One thing to note here is that Anonine VPN does offer a 7-day money-back guarantee.

You might not find it anywhere on their site, but its there because its support informed us about it.

Whether there are pre-conditions that make this offer invalid or not, I don’t know as yet because AnonineVPN doesn’t have a dedicated refund policy page. Its a bit dicey to trust the refund policy this way and there is a big need to improve upon it.

Anonine VPN Servers Review

With over 150+ servers in 32 countries worldwide, Anonine VPN’s server infrastructure is small but offers good diversity.

There are no servers in regions like Africa or not much in Central Asia, which makes the server park lopsided with most servers concentrated in North America and Europe.

anonine vpn server locations

The best feature of Anonine VPN’s server park is that it can unblock Netflix US, a feat not easily achieved by the majority of VPN services since the Netflix VPN ban came in to place.

The servers also support Torrenting and P2P activities.

This makes this service a serious contender for users looking for a provider that can assist them in optimizing their entertainment-related activities like streaming and Torrenting on the internet.

Anonine VPN Client App Review

Without good client apps with an interactive and well-built UI and UX design, even the best VPN service won’t be any impressive.

So how are Anonine VPN’s client apps for that matter?

Okayish, at best.

Firstly, Anonine VPN offers four major client apps, all for the major platforms like Windows, Macs, Android, and iPhone.

So, no niche apps like those for Firestick or Kodi, which is a serious turn off as many users are looking for such client apps due to the rise in demand and popularity of such streaming devices and software.

Now for the design part, the interface is clean but feels clumsy. The client isn’t appealing or doesn’t give off a fresh feel like that of ExpressVPN’s client. The Windows client feels like the software from 2007, not 2019.

The part going in its favor is that it’s not cluttered at all making navigation across the client bearable. But still, there is a lot of room for improvement where this flat client can get a major makeover.

Anonine VPN Customer Support Review

Anonine VPN now offers live chat support.

Its the best addition to this service since the last time I reviewed it, making us hopeful that this VPN provider will definitely move on to improving other points of its service as well in the near future.

As to how the live chat support responds, I would say incredibly well. The guys manning the chat are competent and polite, guiding you through most queries easily. They are a bit slow which is a major pain point, but overall, the live chat feature is good enough to work with.

Is Anonine VPN Recommended?

Yes, I do recommend you to opt for Anonine VPN, but conditionally.

AnonineVPN has its moments and it seriously has the potential to make itself count in the industry, but only if it takes cares of its minor flaws and of its price.

$3.99/month is a bit too much when you are offering just 150 servers and basic security.

On top of this, the client apps need to stop looking like they’ve been just copied on to my D-Drive from a CD that works only on the Windows 2007 system.

Netflix US unblocking, the zero logs policy and Torrenting support are the best parts of its service.

For Netflix folks, yes this VPN is good for you, but if you are looking for top draw security, then the performance is good but a bit shaky, so it’s totally your call to trust it or not.