Strong VPN is a company that provides VPN service connection to customers using Open VPN, PPTP, L2TP and SSTP protocols. They currently have over 87,000 IP addresses on 458 VPN servers in 22 countries worldwide (238 PPTP servers in 43 cities and 368 OpenVPN servers in 44 cities).

Strong VPN is the sister company of Reliable Hosting, a company that provides dedicated servers and web hosting services to customers worldwide. Their head office is located at 200 Paul Avenue, San Francisco California, USA.


Pricing and Features

When we say expensive, we do mean expensive. While the most basic package can be had for $7 per month, it really is very basic, and most importantly, is PPTP only. Now PPTP is very insecure, so we are doubtful whether any VPN provider worth its salt should even offer it, let alone make it, as Strong VPN does, their primary product. If all that you want out of VPN is access to geo-restricted content then PPTP is ok, but it can be had for a lot less than Strong VPN charges. These days we only consider OpenVPN to be up the job of providing meaningful levels of privacy, so it is Strong VPN’s OpenVPN services that we will look at in this review, and as we said, StrongVPN is expensive.




Free Trial is an important point to consider when purchasing a VPN service. It gives you the opportunity to test the service of a VPN before actually committing yourself. When a service provider offers a free trial, refund or money back guarantee, it shows that they have confidence in their service. Strong VPN offers a 5 – day money back guarantee for both one month and twelve months packages. The 5-day period may seem short, but at least a prospective client has a chance of trying out the features of the VPN for 5- days with an option of getting back his money should the service be inferior to what he expects. Besides, other service providers offer a shorter trial period with no money-back guarantee a good example being Mullvad VPN, which offers a 3hour free trial without money back guarantee.

Features of StrongVPN


Open VPN, PPTP, L2TP and SSTP protocols

Strong VPN provides customers with access to Open VPN, PPTP, L2TP and SSTP with up to 2048-bit encryption. The company has 238 PPTP servers in 43 cities (21 countries). And 368 OpenVPN servers in 44 cities (21 countries).

Strong VPN

Unlimited Bandwidth

Strong VPN has no bandwidth limit usage on its packages. However, there are limits on the number of server switches that you can make in a month.

No logging of internet records

Strong VPN does not keep, monitor or store any user’s internet activity records, including files downloaded and sites visited.

P2P Activities

Strong VPN allows P2P activities.
However, they do state that sharing of materials that are copyrighted is forbidden.

Accepts Bitcoin Payment

Strong VPN allows payment for their VPN services through Bitcoin.
Bitcoin is a popular payment method for customers who wants keep their payments private and anonymous.



The exorbitant prices started us off on a bad foot with Strong VPN, but we could have been won around if it offered an exceptional service for the money. It doesn’t. Strong VPN is all surface – its website looks slick and customer support is excellent, as long as you don’t ask awkward questions. When the techs are reluctant / unable to discuss their security arrangements then alarm bells start to ring. The privacy policy sounds remarkably good, but everything else about Strong VPN’s attitude to privacy gives us little confidence in it. Performance is generally fine, but can vary somewhat. Given that there are lots of VPN providers available who offer much better services for a fraction of what StrongVPN charges, we can only attribute its popularity good PR. Avoid.

Start StrongVPN Free Trial Now

Review Date
Reviewed Item
Author Rating