VPN Unlimited Review

A personal VPN server that provides flexibility at a good price.
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Overall Rating 3.5 out of 5
Excellent “how-to” instructions
Pick a plan for 5 or 10 devices
Offers a totally free VPN client
Lifetime subscription

VPN Unlimited is an interesting product. This VPN app is made by a company called KeepSolid and doesn’t have nearly the name recognition of Norton Secure VPN, NordVPN, or ExpressVPN. In terms of pricing, VPN Unlimited offers much more affordable plans (as low as $2.78 per month on average when you sign up for three years.) There’s some good flexibility in picking a plan for connecting either five devices or 10 devices.

Yet, the main ding against VPN Unlimited is that the actual features are fairly typical—there’s nothing to really make it stand out against the top VPN providers. There’s a killswitch that blocks all traffic if the VPN fails, and you can configure a “white list” of sites that you want to access without using the VPN. If price is your primary concern, and you don’t mind the lack of a major brand to back it up, VPN Unlimited might be for you.

Our VPN Unlimited review involved a battery of tests. As usual, we used the Android app and iPhone app, installed the Windows client (but skipped using a Windows phone, since it’s too outdated), used Netflix and the BBC iPlayer app, tried testing the upload speed and download speed on the remote server, and checked the encryption and how it impacted our internet connection.

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VPN Unlimited offers a very unusual lifetime plan:
We have yet to find a VPN that offers a lifetime subscription. VPN Unlimited allows you to pay $199.99 to use the provider for life.


  • Excellent “how-to” instructions
  • Pick a plan for 5 or 10 devices easily
  • Offers a totally free VPN service


  • Available in a low number of countries
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VPN Unlimited prices and plans

VPN Unlimited offers several unique ways to pay.

Flexibility is an important quality to look for in a VPN provider. VPN Unlimited splits their pricing plans so you can pay by the month, year, or three years for either five connected devices or up to 10 devices.

VPN Unlimited prices and plans overview
One month$9.99/mo.View Plan
One year$5.00/mo. View Plan
Three years$2.78/mo.View Plan
Lifetime$199.99 (single payment)View Plan

Data effective 5/15/2020. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

For the five device plan, the pricing works out to about $9.99 per month if you pay monthly, $5 per month if you pay annually, or as low as $2.78 if you pay for three years. VPN Unlimited adds $5 to the pricing if you choose the 10-device plan. And, there’s a rare lifetime plan that costs $199.99.

Compare VPN Unlimited to other top VPNs
Provider Price VPN standout feature Detail
VPN Unlimited $9.99/mo.Excellent “how-to” instructionsView Plan
ExpressVPN $12.95/mo.Extra installers for games and smart TVs View Plan
NordVPN$11.95/mo.5,600 servers availableView Plan
Norton Secure VPN $3.33/mo.Includes access on up to five devices View Plan

Data effective 5/15/2020. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

VPN Unlimited: Excellent how-to instructions

Providing details for how to use the VPN should not go undervalued.

Not every VPN provider spells everything out so clearly in terms of how to use the product and connect to a VPN server. VPN Unlimited includes instructions for how to install the VPN on your Wi-Fi router, on smartphones and Windows or Mac computers, and on several other devices like the Roku set-top player. They even have detailed instructions for using the VPN with the Kodi media streaming app, which is quite helpful to new users.

VPN Unlimited: Pick a plan for 5 or 10 devices easily

There’s an easy way to choose the number of devices you own.

Being able to pick a plan based on the number of devices you want to use with the VPN is quite helpful. It means you can pay by the month, the year, or for three years to protect five devices or pick a plan to protect up to 10 devices. Of course, you can upgrade to one of the higher tiers if you need to connect with more gadgets—say, if you purchase more smartphones for kids in the home or protect more laptops.

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VPN Unlimited: Offers a totally free VPN service

A separate product from the same company protects you for free.

KeepSolid VPN Unlimited is a solid product that has to contend with the fact that there are more widely known products available. One differentiator to consider is that Keep Solid also offers a free VPN app called VPN Lite. It’s mostly geared for keeping you anonymous when you visit websites but offers some additional protection for other gadgets you might own. It also means the same company can provide a VPN for all of your needs.

Our pick: The best VPN Unlimited plan

Best: Three-year plan

Who it’s best for: If you want to commit for three years it is a good option
Why we recommend it: The three-year plan is about the lowest price we’ve found.

IPVanish pricing and contracts
PlanPriceVPN standout featureDetail
Three years$2.78/mo.Excellent “how-to” instructionsView Plan

Data effective 5/15/2020. Offers and availability vary by location and are subject to change.

Recap: Is VPN Unlimited good?

KeepSolid VPN Unlimited is not a premium VPN service from a well-known VPN provider. It doesn’t offer any exceptionally powerful new features, and the number of servers available is only around 400. ExpressVPN offers over 3,000 servers by comparison. However, VPN Unlimited is affordable and has flexible pricing plans, plus a lifetime option.

VPN Unlimited prices and plans:

  • One month – $9.99/mo.
  • One year – $5.00/mo.
  • Three years – $2.78/mo.
  • Lifetime – $199.99 (single payment) 

VPN Unlimited standout features:

  • Excellent “how-to” instructions
  • Pick a plan for 5 or 10 devices easily
  • Offers a totally free VPN service


Is it really a lifetime plan?

So-called “lifetime” plans seem attractive at first. You pay one fee to use the VPN service for your whole life. VPN Unlimited doesn’t mention any caveats to this, but one word of caution—if the VPN isn’t available anymore, the investment might not make sense.

Additional contributors

Chyelle Dvorak