The Benefits Of Private VPN Servers Over Shared VPN Services
Security and Privacy
Your server is not shared with anyone else except the users you specify.
Everything on your server is open-source so that it can be examined by anyone. There is no proprietary or super-secret code that no one has seen or audited.
Your private server is less of a target than one that is shared by hundreds or thousands of other users.
Less Data Leaking Risk
Since data from multiple unrelated users are not going through the same servers your risk of data being leaked to adjacent users is vastly reduced. Our isolated virtual servers are yours and yours alone.
Speed & Reliability
More Consistent Speeds
Only you and your designated users send traffic through your server which means there is no sudden throttling of speeds to accommodate excess users.
Multiple Users & Devices
You can set up distinct user ids and security profiles for all your users. This is inline with best security practices and is especially useful when a device is lost or stolen.
Secure a Whole Home or Office
When you have your own server you can connect any router with an OPENVPN client. This automatically protects everyone on the network.
Cost & Flexibility
Costs Less Than A Cup Of Coffee
At $15.00 per month for a server with 5 users and 25 devices, its less than an average cup of premium coffee a day.
As Little As 10 Cents Per Day Per User
With 5 users, a small server costs 3 dollars per month per user or about 10 cents per day per user!
No Additional Costs For Special Settings
If you have the technical capabilities, we'll apply any custom directive you specify on your server. Just send us the changes for your server config file and we'll get them added!
Reputable Server Locations
Your server will be located in a data center run by vendors you recognize such as Amazon, Digital Ocean, Microsoft and Google. Do you really know where the servers of your shared VPN provider are located?
Reputable Corporate Location
Our corporate offices are located in Chicago, IL, USA. Most shared VPN providers can't even be located or are "located" on islands with barely any legal rights. So how do you know what they're doing with your data?