Private Internet Access™ Review


Private Internet Access, a US based corporation, boasts about taking privacy seriously at unbeatable prices. For as low as $3.33 a month, users can sign up for an annual account and can browse anonymously without worry. Since Private Internet Access does not log, it is one of the few truly anonymous VPN service providers in the market.

Users can sign up for $6.95mo/$39.95 a year and start using the service immediately with their instant activation feature. Don’t ever worry about your VPN service being interrupted or it failing…Private Internet Access has a ‘Kill Switch’ that will cut your internet connection if the VPN connection disconnects.


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As of July 2013, Private Internet Access has 461+ in over 9 countries. Their servers are continuously growing every month. Also, users can connect to 5 devices simultaneously with one account.

Private Internet Access is compatible with: Android, Mac OS, Windows, and Linux devices. They also have a user friendly Android App that allows users to browse anonymously on the go.

Private Internet Access has been rated by PC Magazine’s Editor Choice for outstanding performance and customer service. A specialist is readily available 24/7/365 and if, for whatever reason, you are not satisfied with their service, they offer a 7 day money back guarantee.

All in all, their quality and reliability are outstanding, especially at their unbeatable price. I highly recommend this service to all.


VPN Tunnel Features



Instant activation

No Traffic or Request logs

Dedicated VPN Service

No VPN Traffic Logs

US based corporation

Quality and reliability

Unbeatable price

Gigabit VPN port speeds

SOCKS5 Proxy Included

7 day money back guarantee

One-click turn on and connection.

Kill Switch

Android App

24/7/365 VPN service specialists

Simultaneously connect to 5 devices with one account

461+ Servers in 18+ Regions and 9 Countries


Unlimited Bandwidth


PrivateInternetAccess Server detail


IPv6 Leak Protection


IPv6 leak protection disables IPv6 traffic while on the VPN. This ensures that IPv6 traffic leaks will not occur during your internet connection. This includes 6to4 and Teredo tunneled IPv6 traffic. However, this will not block IPv6 on Windows XP if you have it manually enabled.


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  1. Baneki Privacy Labs
    July 22, 2013, 3:27 am

    Wait, being a “US based corporation” is now a feature?


    How many times have they provided information on a subscriber as a result of a law enforcement request of any kind?

    If they are served with a secret FISA court “national security” letter that requires them to install realtime surveillance monitoring software on their network, what will they do?

    These are the questions we think are relevant to choosing a VPN service.

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  2. PIA Social Media
    July 22, 2013, 7:23 pm

    Basing a company in the U.S. allows consumers certain options for redress or business accountability that you could pursue compared to say a company based in the Seychelles or Bahamas. Moreover, our legal system provides for more predictability and less surprises when it comes to civil matters.

    Private Internet Access can proudly say that it cites the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution when presented with law enforcement requests for information. If served with a secret “national security” letter, Private Internet Access would select any number of options to not cooperate rather than conform to the intrusive request and turn over personal data.

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