We have been out there checking out a VPN tool, and this time it is SuperVPN. It is not considered among the big one, but at their webpage they brag about servers in lots of nations around the world, so we thought it could be useful to take a closer look upon SuperVPN and write a SuperVPN review ourselves.
At first you will notice that SuperVPN has quite a lot of different services and options available as you make a subscription. If you can do some manual setup yourself in windows the cheapest and standard PPTP option should be more than good enough for you and we tried this option ourselves. We followed the instructions from the website of SuperVPN on how to get started and after 5-6 minutes we managed to setup SuperVPN and connect to one of their servers.
SuperVPN only requires a short review
We connected to servers in several nations and had the same problem everywhere. We restarted our browser and once out there surfing again everything was so slow that it was hopeless to do any sort of good surfing. We tried to visit speed test sites, we looked around in the IP Address Guide, but sites loaded so slowly (or didn’t load at all), so after some minutes of waiting we simply gave up.
There are some nice reviews of SuperVPN out there on the net, but most of these reviews seem to be scam as people got free subscriptions for writing positive feedback on blogs and forums, while the reality is that most users who have actually paid to use SuperVPN seem to come back with very negative credits.
[stextbox id=”alert”]SuperVPN is said to have a guarantee meaning that you will get your money back within seven days if you are not satisfied. We have read about other people who have not received their money back, and in our case we also asked for a refund. They answer earlier emails we sent to support, but in the moment we asked for a refund no more answers has arrived to our emails![/stextbox]