GOOSE VPN REVIEW
Goose VPN is a solid, easy-to-use VPN network. Allows easy access to streaming services, recommended for p2p networks.
Goose VPN is available in editions for Windows, Mac OS, Android, Chrome, iOS, Android TV, Linux as well as in edition for routers. In any case, it is possible to test this VPN network for 30 days, but before you download the installation file, you must first set up your account. You can use your profile on Facebook, Google+ or by providing an e-mail address. You should choose your plan from time to time, and the payment can be made via credit card or via PayPal. If you want to decide for 1 month of free test, press the selection button – it is under the payment methods.
- Good connection quality
- Possibility of free testing
- No killswitch
- The possibility of sharing the activity
If you want to pay right away, there are three plans to choose from: monthly without transfer limit (12.99 euros), annual transfer with 50GB (1.66 euros per month) or two-year unlimited – here the cost is 48 euros, which gives 2 euros in a month. In each plan, you can choose an additional option for protection against viruses, phisihing, as well as an additional firewall for 0.5 euro.
The installation is simple and fast, and the Goose VPN interface is easy to use. The server selection can be done automatically or be done manually – in this case, deselect the Smart Server option. It is recommended for people who want to use VPN to exchange files in the p2p system or multimedia streaming. If you are not connected to a VPN network, a window like this pops up every 15 minutes. This is annoying, but luckily you have the option to disable this notification. There are 77 servers available to users in 27 countries around the world. Compared with others, this is not much. It is also effective – during the tests, there was rarely no access to the selected service or website.
We already know the advantages. And the cons? It should be noted that this is a product intended for home users who want to have access to blocked content, which is why there is less emphasis on data protection than other VPNs. The headquarters of GooseVPN is located in the Netherlands, that is in the territory under the control of the “Alliance of the Fourteen Eyes”. There is a great emphasis on the lack of user logs, but at the request of the authorities, Goose can provide information about when the subscriber logged into the private network. The second minus is the lack of killswitch, which would allow to break the connection in the event of its unveiling or collapse of the tunnel.