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You get access to 65+ free servers in Japan, the Netherlands, and the US. I was able access a few region-specific sites in each country. When I used its Netherlands connections, I unblocked Mediacourant and Dumpert without hesitation. Its Japan servers let me watch TV Tokyo and NHK, while the US servers worked with Peacock and Crunchyroll.

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Your entire Mac is protected with top security and privacy features. Most notably, you can use WireGuard with the free plan (most free VPNs make you upgrade). This VPN was also developed by highly regarded CERN scientists committed to upholding online privacy, so it's a highly trusted VPN. You also get top encryption with perfect forward secrecy, leak protection, and a kill switch, all upheld by an audited and verified no-logs policy.

Its Mac app is compatible with Sierra (10.12) and newer and setting it up is easy. You can only use the free version on 1 device, but Proton VPN offers free OpenVPN config files for router setup, allowing you to use it on all your home devices.

Avira Phantom VPN lets you connect as many devices as you want. That's a pretty rare feature for any VPN, especially a free one. I tested it out by connecting it to my Macbook Pro, my iMac, and my iPhone. I was browsing on Safari with each device, and I didn't notice any difference in the performance. Plus, I was happy to see it passed leak tests with each device too.

Each free VPN on this list is safe and dependable, but they differ significantly in what they offer. Since you pay upfront to test the first two listed VPNs (ExpressVPN and CyberGhost), you get access to all of their features and abilities. Since the free VPNs are much more limited, they vary with which online activities you can use them for (i.e., streaming, security, torrenting, etc.)

You may also need a free VPN offering P2P support or a widespread server network. While P2P support is needed for torrenting, servers in different locations will help you access region-specific sites and streaming platforms.

No, I didn't find any free VPNs with Safari extensions during my tests. There used to be a few, but it has become more difficult to get extensions approved by Apple over the years. However, there are many great (and free!) VPN apps available for Mac that protect your data in Safari as well as your entire Apple device.

For reliable access to Netflix's regional libraries, I recommend my top 2 listed Mac VPNs. They both come with money-back guarantees, which lets you try them out for a limited time with the guarantee of a full refund within that period. This gives you access to their large server networks which unblock Netflix reliably. Plus, they have unlimited data and superfast speeds for buffer-free streaming.

For the most part, no, because free VPNs are usually only available for 1 device connection at a time. However, Avira Phantom VPN has a free plan that actually lets you connect unlimited devices. That's super rare for a free VPN. On top of Mac, it also lets you download apps for devices running iOS, Windows, or Android operating systems. Besides Avira Phantom VPN, these free VPNs are also a reliable choice for your iPhone and iPad.

It will lower your speeds quite a bit more than a low-cost premium VPN will. Free VPNs offer a limited number of servers that are often overcrowded. The more users on a server, the slower the speeds tend to be. Some free VPNs throttle your bandwidth, which slows your connection down even more. This is done to encourage you to upgrade to a paid plan.

The fastest free VPN on our list (Avira Phantom VPN) was still around 63% slower than ExpressVPN on average. If you're concerned about speed, then it's best to try a low-cost premium VPN that comes with a money-back guarantee.

Aside from its safety benefits, a VPN allows you to access geo-restricted content from anywhere. It can help people in countries with strict censorship safely access banned sites and have free communication.

Out of all the free VPNs I tested, ExpressVPN was the best. Truthfully, it's not 100% free, but it was no match against any of the truly free VPNs on this list. While the free options are safe, they come with limitations that make them a poor choice for long-term use (capped speeds, not enough data, small server networks, and poor unblocking abilities, to name a few). ExpressVPN doesn't have any such limitations and offers some of the best security features available.

It comes with a trustworthy 30-day money-back guarantee. When I tested the guarantee to make sure they stood by their word, I wasn't disappointed. I contacted the 24/7 live chat team to request a refund, and the agent didn't pressure me to stay at all. They just asked why I wanted to cancel, and after explaining, my refund was approved. So, I can honestly recommend trying ExpressVPN out yourself because it is risk-free. It only took 3 days for me to get my money back in full.

On MAC we use OpenVPN Protocol which ensures maximum security and speed! Urban VPN for MAC is optimized for privacy, high speed, unlimited bandwidth and a secure connection to hide your IP. On top of that, it's completely free!

Windscribe comes with a free version. For those who want a little bit more, the price is affordable starting at $4.08 a month and going down with a longer commitment. Every list is going to have Windscribe on it. It meets all of our target points:

Hotspot Shield is a US-based free VPN that provides unlimited service, without data caps. This is very generous and quite rare for free VPN providers! Admittedly, free users may only connect to a server in the US, but this will suit many people because it will let them safely access the most in-demand content.

Bear in mind that the free plan offers only one server location, so if you wish to access a greater variety of international content, consider upgrading to Premium. The upgrade will give you access to all of its 115 locations and you'll be able to use the servers that are specially optimized for streaming.

Hotspot Shield operates on a "freemium" business model, so unlike most other free VPNs, it's transparent where its earnings are coming from. This provider uses the money from its paid subscriptions to offset the costs of the free ones. So you don't have to worry that by using its free service, you'll get involved in any kind of illegal data trade or such. You will, however, be seeing some ads with the free plan, which aren't there with the Premium one.

Hotspot Shield is a hustle-free VPN, that's perfectly suitable for VPN newbies. Its download and setup will only take a few minutes of your time, and then you're ready to protect your browsing and other activities. It's worth mentioning as well that its Premium plan comes with a generous 45-day money-back guarantee, so if you ever decide to upgrade, you can do it without risking your cash.

You get unlimited simultaneous connections even with the free version, which means online protection for your entire household. However, as usual, I recommend upgrading to a premium plan (don't worry, it comes without a premium price tag). Only then can you unlock the full potential of this VPN, with access to hundreds of blazing-fast servers, unlimited data traffic, and premium features.

If you prefer to stick to the free version, the good news is it comes with no speed limitations (its speeds are impressive for a free service provider). But, to avoid disappointment, remember you could experience some slowing down during the peak hours. The reason for this is you only get to choose between three free server locations, which can get congested if all the other free users connect at the same time.

Privacy and security-wise, free AtlasVPN is a superb choice. You get robust encryption, a choice of VPN protocols (including the latest and greatest WireGuard protocol), advanced features like SafeBrowse, which blocks malicious websites, and a kill-switch.

You won't experience bandwidth limitations with the free plan, but you only get an allowance of 5,000 free MB a month. Admittedly, this is less than what ProtonVPN offers, but more than most other VPN data allowances on this list.

To sum it up, AtlasVPN is a free VPN of great value, with a slick and easy-to-use free app for Mac and other devices. It's perfect for browsing and protecting your device on less secure public networks. is a Malaysian VPN that provides an extremely generous free plan that's great for Mac users. The VPN is secure thanks to strong OpenVPN encryption and has a zero-logs policy to ensure your web browsing habits are always private. That means you can trust this VPN to provide data privacy and security for your MacBook both at home and on public WiFi.

For free, users get access to five server locations (Netherlands, Germany, the US West, the US East, and Canada). This is more than most other VPN providers on this list, which means less congestion and better speeds. Not to mention, these are all great server spots, so you'll be able to access a plethora of international content.

Also, unlike most free VPNs, provides 24/7 free customer support to ALL its customers. This is a great benefit, especially for VPN newbies. You get to explore all the advantages of this VPN with peace of mind, and you'll always have somebody to contact in case you encounter a bump on the road. A 30-day money-back guarantee is included too, for those willing to try Premium, without the risk of losing money.

ProtonVPN is an excellent free VPN by the developers of Proton Mail. This makes it a highly trusted service in terms of privacy. It is a zero-logs service based in Switzerland that lets Mac users enjoy VPN usage on an unlimited basis.

ProtonVPN is the only VPN on this list, aside from Hotspot Shield, that doesn't measure or limit your data transfers or your speeds. That's pretty mind-blowing because it means you can use it all day every day, without worrying about when your free VPN allowance will get used up.


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