The Best Free and Paid VPNs to Use on Any Device

by James

Looking for a VPN for Windows PC, Mac, Android, iOS, Fire TV Stick, or any other device? Here are the best Free and Paid VPNs to use

Best Free and Paid VPNs


Since I receive daily requests about which are the best free or paid VPNs, I decided to publish this article, which I will always keep updated, where anyone can quickly and easily find the best VPNs to use.

These VPNs are compatible with all devices and operating systems: you can install them on Android, iPhone, iPad, iOS, Windows PC, macOS, and even Fire TV Stick.

In short, you just have to choose the VPN among those proposed and install it on your device to start browsing safely, anonymously and securely, with the possibility of accessing even blocked and obscured sites in Italy.

With that said, without getting lost in small talk, let’s start with the list.

Best Paid VPNs

In general, these are all very good. Choose the one that’s right for you, especially based on the price and the active promotions.

  • NordVPN
  • SurfShark VPN
  • CyberGhost VPN
  • Private Internet Access
  • ExpressVPN
  • ProtonVPN

These are just the main paid VPNs that I would recommend, but in reality, almost all paid VPNs can be fine, as they offer security, and many features not present in free ones.

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If you don’t have a VPN, on THIS SITE you can find the best ones at incredibly low and discounted prices.

Among the many, for example, you can find CyberGhostVPN, NordVPN, PureVPN, ExpressVPN, Surfshark VPN and many more at prices NEVER seen before!

Best Free VPNs

Among the best free VPNs, I recommend you consider:

  • Bright VPN FREE – I think it’s the best of the free ones. It has many premium features, it is simple to use, it has no limits, it does not require registration, it has an excellent policy regarding the protection of user privacy
  • Windscribe – in the free version offers a maximum of 10GB per month and does NOT offer Italian servers. It still works very well and for sporadic use is probably the best. The paid version is really good (about $4 per month)
  • Urban VPN: A free VPN for any operating system – completely free, fast, and available for various operating systems. It offers a lot of servers spread around the world and works well. Try it!
  • ProtonVPN: New Free VPN For Android – Also Really Good And Very Fast. It is available for various operating systems, is very secure and protects users’ privacy. It is based in Switzerland. In the free version, of course, there are limits on the servers you can choose from and the speed is slower than if you buy a subscription, but overall it’s still really good.
  • SPL VPN: A free and very reliable VPN that is among the best in 2022. It offers over 1000 servers to choose from, it doesn’t require login or registration, it’s secure and fast, it has no bandwidth limits Really worth trying!
  • Warp VPN: This is also very good, secure, reliable, and fast. By the way, considering the free ones, it is undoubtedly one of the safest
  • Secure VPN: Another really super good VPN, always considering the free ones. It browses fast, connects in a flash, requires no registration or configuration. The only drawback: it shows a bit of advertising in the app, but nothing serious
  • Betternet: Another VPN to try. Available for any operating system. No registration required, no time limit
  • PrivadoVPN: Not top quality, but it does its job decently. There are 10 gigs per month as a traffic limit in the free version
  • ZoongVPN: Not top quality, but it does its job more than decently. There are 10 gigs per month as a traffic limit in the free version. We talked about it here: Zoogvpn: FREE VPN for life with 10 GB of traffic per month
  • VPNHub: Not top quality, but it does its job decently. It doesn’t have traffic limits, but US-only servers

EWARE of Free VPNs

As much as many free VPNs can be really good, well-made, and full of features, remember that we are always talking about programs that, by necessity, are less secure, effective, and powerful than a paid VPN.

As always, I would like to remind you of the main risks that can be associated with the use of a free VPN:

  1. Security – Free VPNs may not provide the same protection as paid VPNs. Because they don’t earn money from subscriptions, they may have fewer resources to invest in security and maintenance.
  2. Weak encryption protocols – Some free VPNs use less secure encryption protocols than paid VPNs, which means your information may be exposed to vulnerabilities.
  3. Data collection – Some free VPNs collect user data and sell it to third parties to generate revenue.
  4. Feature limitations – Free VPNs often have limitations on their features, such as the number of servers available or the amount of data you can use each month.
  5. Ads – Some free VPNs may show intrusive or sponsored ads while using the service.

In general, it’s important to choose a VPN carefully, even if it’s free.

Before using a free VPN service, be sure to research its reputation and security and privacy policies.


My VPN Recommendations

First of all it is important to note that not everyone needs a VPN, you need to assess your needs and figure out whether you need it or not. So it’s impossible to answer the question “Do I need a VPN?” because it all depends on what you need to do.

In general, however:

  • I recommend a paid VPN for those who want maximum security and protection of their data and web browsing. In particular, I recommend it to those who want maximum speed while browsing and especially to those who do “illegal” operations online (downloading cracked programs, visiting illegal streaming sites..). I also recommend it to those who need to fake their geographical location and need to select a certain country in the world with extreme precision: only paid VPNs have servers scattered everywhere
  • I recommend a free VPN to those who use it sporadically or to those who have to use it to do some tests or quick tests (for example to try some service or site available only abroad, or perhaps to those who want to save on the purchase of airline tickets or certain products online..). In these cases, free VPNs are fine, even if they are not at the top of their game in terms of security

Why use a VPN? What is it for? What are the advantages?

We’ve talked about VPNs on the site several times, so I won’t go into too much detail about the benefits and features of a VPN. I’ll just point out that today having a VPN is practically essential when connecting to the web to:

  • Keep your sensitive data safe
  • protect yourself from possible attacks by hackers who want to steal your credit card and similar data
  • hide from our carrier what sites we visit and what we download
  • Falsifying our position in the world
  • access sites and portals that are blocked in a particular country

Doubts or questions?

Leave a comment at the end of the article, I will get back to you as soon as possible.

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