If you want to download torrents anonymously, FastestVPN will serve you well. It is the only VPN service which we have come across, that offers servers which have been optimized specifically for P2P downloads. This lets you enjoy the best download and upload speeds.
And because your IP address is hidden from your peers, there is no way for anyone to learn your real IP address, even in torrent clients which normally display the IP address of connected seeds and peers.
There are no limits for the amount of data or bandwidth to restrict your VPN usage, which is good news if you want to stream music or videos. Speaking of which, have you ever run into a situation where you tried signing up for a streaming service, only to find that it is not available in your Country, or is region locked to one Country.
How do you access the service then? Simple, fire up the FastestVPN app on Windows or Mac or Android or iOS. Login to the your VPN account, and you will see the virtual server locations, from which you can select the one you want to. The next step? Just try to access the streaming service you wanted to connect to. Really, that’s all there is, how simple is that?
You can use the VPN on 5 devices simultaneously. This includes Amazon Firestick, Android Box, Kodi, Routers, computers, smartphones, and tablets.
What if you are away from your home internet? You can still use the VPN to secure your internet connection, because it encrypts it with 256-bit AES encryption standard, to prevent data theft and hacks. You can manually choose the protocol you want to connect to from the PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN (TCP,UDP), SSTP, IKEv2 options available.
This allows you to Skype or WhatsApp or Snapchat with your friends, post to Facebook, make online transactions and shop on the web, safely. Yes this works on mobile data networks, and public wireless hotspots too.
FastestVPN has a zero-logs policy for protecting users from being tracked. And you have the company’s tech support to assist you around the clock, via email or chat support. What more could a user want? 99.9% uptime? The company promises that too, along with a 7-days money back guarantee which makes it technically free to try.