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IPVanish Special Announcement From Mr. VPN: 2012 and 2013

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After I write a review of a VPN service, I typically don't touch it for a while, and only update for major changes.

Well, IPVanish has gone through some major changes this year.

Perhaps most significant (in my books), is that their network has doubled over the course of 2012.

  • Thousands of IP addresses have been added (total 7000+)
  • Countries available is up to 44.
  • And they have a total of 100+ servers that they personally own and maintain.*


Here is a list of countries that were added in 2012 (and some in Jan 2013)

  • Finland
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Egypt
  • Italy
  • Singapore
  • Russia
  • Czech Republic
  • South Africa
  • Romania
  • Seoul, South Korea
  • Hong Kong
  • Belgium
  • Spain
  • India

Amazing, right? And not only were servers in these countries added, but more servers were added for new cities in countries that already existed on their network like the USA (Miami) and China (Shanghai).


What else happened in 2012?

IPVanish also launched (and later updated) their Mac and Windows clients, making installation and setup of their VPN easy for everyone.

They ran a Cyber Monday discount of an amazing 44%-62% off or buy 1 month get 1 month free (offer has since ended, sorry)

And our Mr. VPN logo was officially featured on the IPVanish Home Page


Mr. VPN 2012

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Here at Mr. VPN also uploaded a video version of our review of IPVanish


And even did a speed test of some of their VPN servers


And we even named IPVanish one of our favorite VPNs of 2012 (see the sidebar)

2012 was a great year for both IPVanish and Mr. VPN, and we're looking forward to another one in 2013. IPVanish continues to offer great deals, reliable VPN connections, and a fast growing network of servers located around the world. Mr. VPN continues still honestly reviews the top VPN services, and provides high quality information about VPN related topics.

>>> Read Mr. VPN's written review of IPVanish

>>> Visit the official IPVanish website


*though some networks boast ‘hundreds' of servers in their network, these are usually white-labeled 3rd party servers that are not under direct control of the VPN service. IPVanish owns all their servers. Another service featured on Mr. VPN that does this is VyprVPN.



My current VPN recommendations are HideMyAss and PureVPN!

Check out my reviews for them here: HideMyAss | PureVPN

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