Anyone who isn’t familiar with ExpressVPN tends to wonder what makes it so special? Today, I am going to answer all of your questions in this updated ExpressVPN review of 2019 including the ones mentioned below:
- Is ExpressVPN safe?
- Is ExpressVPN fastest of them all?
- Does it unblock Netflix?
- Is it really too expensive?
I reviewed ExpressVPN on multiple grounds i.e. Speed Test, Reliability Test, Leaks, Netflix Test, and checked whether the features that it offers actually delivers what it promises. These test results including my experience with ExpressVPN are supported by screenshot and images.
Why Express VPN It’s Special Feature
Access any content
Ultra-fast VPN servers across 94 countries. Unblock the sites and apps you love, instantly.
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We’re fanatical about your privacy and security. Avoid being hacked or tracked, using powerful encryption.
Benefits Of Express VPN
While ExpressVPN definitely has more to offer than speed, the fact remains that this VPN is best known for its blazing-fast network, which includes 3,000+ servers in 160+ locations. It’s only fair that I start out by testing those speeds myself.
Unfortunately, VPNs can often slow down connections, either because of heavy security features or because they are directing too much traffic through the same crowded servers.
To understand the results of VPN speed tests, you have to know what the starting connection speed was before connecting to the VPN’s network.
As you can see, there was almost no decrease in my download speed with ExpressVPN enabled. In fact, my speeds only decreased by 7%! This is very impressive, especially compared to other VPNs that were so slow they really ruined my browsing and streaming experience.
Other servers that I tested in the US gave similar results, with excellent reliability.
Next, I connected to one of ExpressVPN’s UK servers to see how the speeds held up over a larger physical distance.