It’s impossible to write an exact PureVPN review!

VenezuelaLast week we took our time to write a brand new PureVPN review. Our old was outdated, so we threw the entire review in the garbage can (you can read it here), and instead we wrote a brand new one with correct data and information. But, one week later the information in the new review does not even exist anymore! What is the problem?

The problem is the fact that PureVPN simply grows to quickly, and they add servers all the time in new nations, expanding, and making it really troublesome to write a review that is actually correct and contain the right amount of servers and IP addresses available in their services. Because, since we wrote our updated review PureVPN has added servers in the following nations.

New PureVPN servers.

  • Armenia
  • Kenya
  • Belize
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Venezuela
  • Aruba
  • Lebanon
  • Seychelles
  • Bahamas
  • Syria

That is a total of ten brand new servers in new nations, making PureVPN the second biggest VPN provider on the market. So, if you want to get yourself an IP address in Saudi Arabia for example, then PureVPN is now a perfect solution for you.

Be aware though that the PureVPN website might be banned in several of these nations, so if you want to get a subscription to PureVPN, you better arranged it while at home, because that makes it much easier to sign up. We do know that PureVPN can in such situations offer free sign ups where you get a three day subscription for free, and as you then visit the PureVPN website using the subscription you have been given you can get rid of those website blocks, and you can sign up for real using the PureVPN website from wherever you are in the world!

Keep up the good work PureVPN, and if you want to visit their website right away to test their services, just click the button beneath this text!

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