AVG VPN for Netflix provides an impressive array of features, and at an affordable price. It does not keep any logs of activities, uses the OpenVPN tunneling protocols to protect viewers, and unblocks Netflix USA, BOLLE CONSOMMATION, iPlayer and Hulu. It also comes with eight P2P torrenting webservers and is free of clutter. It also includes an option to gain community devices as well as a switch to destroy websites and a 30-day money back guarantee.
AVG VPN has a limited server network, which may result in interconnection and dormancy issues. It also doesn’t offer split tunneling, requiring all of your online traffic to pass through its servers. This can result in a higher degree of latency while streaming Netflix. Furthermore, it has specially designed streaming servers, however they aren’t always fast enough to get around Netflix’s IP restrictions.
AVG VPN does not keep track of the user’s data or behaviour, but does keep connection timestamps in order to maintain the service’s quality. It also tracks crash reports due to obvious reasons as well as “application events,” like auto-connects and disconnections, to help plan improvements. AVG VPN can be installed on up to 10 devices including desktops, Macs, and Android. The app lets you set the VPN to automatically connect to private/trusted networks and toggle whether it will ask you to connect each time you connect to the Internet. It does not support routers or SmartDNS. Its subscription is available for a period of one, two, or three years, with discounts for longer durations. It is compatible with all major operating systems, but it does not support Linux.