VPNJack is a basic service whose aim is to offer access to VPN servers in the United States, through which it enables customers to hide their IP addresses, secure their passwords when making use of public Wi-Fi connections, unblock US content that is unavailable in their region and also encrypt all the Internet traffic.
The service also prohibits torrenting, does not come with any native customers and provide any money-back guarantee and its speeds are quite slow, yet it offers a solid free trial for you test and decide whether it is the right choice for you.
VPN Jack offers six different pricing packages. The cheapest option is designed for those who only need the VPN for 24 hours and costs nearly 1 buck, then the seven0day plan costs nearly 2 US dollars and the one-month one is offered for nearly 5.5 US dollars.
There is also a package lasting three months available at 12 US dollars, a six-month one will charge you 20 US dollars and the 1-year option is billed at nearly 30 US dollars.
All these options are non-recurring and so reasonable no matter which plan you are going to pick. You can make payments via credit or debit cards, PayPal or bitcoin.
To guarantee its VPN is not blocked by your Internet service, the vendor highly suggests testing its free trial, lasting for 24 hours, but the total VPN time is restricted to 60 connections and you can connect different times. This is also a good opportunity to see if you truly like the platform enough to make a purchase.
Under one account, users can download the service on as many devices as you want but they can only link from one at once. In case you need more than one connection at the same time, you need to buy additional VPN packages.
In spite of its low cost, VPN Jack is inferior to current major VPN services like ExpressVPN, NordVPN and Cyber Ghost. They are all quicker than the service you can find on the market while also being so user-friendly.