ExpressVPN vs IPVanish: Which is Superior?

expressvpn vs ipvanish

Both ExpressVPN and IPVanish are great VPN providers that offer users high-quality services. In helping you decide which of the two to choose from; we will be taking a look at the pros and cons of choosing either of the two VPN providers.

Privacy

ExpressVPN offers a ‘NO Log’ policy which it follows strictly. Their operating base is located on one of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) nations where the government VPN providers are not required to keep users’ log. ExpressVPN’s zero log policy was proven when the Turkish authorities seized one of ExpressVPN’s servers in Turkey (in a bid to obtain a customer’s data), but the authorities were unable to obtain any data from the seized server.

Although IPVanish is located in the US, a country where the government has a strong surveillance policy, but IPVanish observes a strict ‘no log policy’ that ensures that users privacy is fully taken into consideration. On the other hand, both offer cryptocurrency payment options that protect the privacy of users.

Features

ExpressVPN has a split tunnelling feature that allows you to choose which apps will use the VPN tunnelling services. Other features allow you to bypass VPN blocking and network restrictions. Also, ExpressVPN is available for use on Firefox and Chrome.

IPVanish does not have the split tunnelling feature, but efficient in bypassing network blocking and VPN restrictions (scrambling).

Devices and Connectivity

ExpressVPN allows you to connect three devices to a VPN account while IPVanish allows you to connect up to 10 devices to a VPN account using a router.

Torrenting

When it comes to torrent streaming, both ExpressVPN and IPVanish are great for torrenting irrespective of file size. However, ExpressVPN is not under any obligation to act on DCMA copyright infringement laws against its users. While IPVanish is subject to the DCMA copyright violation laws. But IPVanish has a zero logs policy that does not permit it to act on complaints on copyright infringements from DCMA.

With all these facts tabled before you, we believe that it will guide you in making the right choice of VPN to use.

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Daniel Segun is a Content Writer with over 4 years experience revolving around Technology, Digital Marketing, and Business. When he is not writing, he is probably busy building websites.

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