IPVanish finally adds 30-day money back guarantee to its VPN service

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A stalwart in the top few places of our best VPN countdown, one of the few negatives about IPVanish has been the length of the service's free trial.

But now IPVanish has increased the length of its trial period, so you can try one of the finest VPNs out there for free for a month without having to worry about committing to a lengthy subscription.

Sign up for any IPVanish price plan and you'll get access to a 30-day money back guarantee. That's up from the previous seven days, and much more in line with the kind of VPN free trials that its competitors tend to offer.

For example, the likes of ExpressVPN and NordVPN both offer the same 30-day guarantees, while CyberGhost goes that little bit further by giving you 45 days to use its service without any commitment.

Is IPVanish a good VPN?

In a word, yes!

As well as unblocking Netflix, (hello streaming!) and being one of the best value for money VPNs, it also has servers in over 75 countries, a reliable kill switch if torrenting thing's is your kind of thing and decent connections speeds in several countries.

"This extended risk-free period will allow our customers more time to evaluate IPVanish" said a spokesperson - the 30 day commitment-free guarantee only bolsters an already excellent VPN service.

You can learn much more about the provider by getting stuck into TechRadar's in-depth IPVanish review.

IPVanish's best VPN offer right now

IPVanish VPN | 12 months | 30 days trial | 57% off | $143.88 $62.39

IPVanish VPN | 12 months | 30 days trial | 57% off | $143.88 $62.39
Not only do we rank IPVanish among the top five best VPN servics overall, but the fact that you get 10 simultaneous connections on one subscription for the equivalent of $5.20 a month makes it incredible value for money - especially as you also get 12 months free of SugarSync Cloud Storage, too!

Adam Marshall

Adam was formerly the Content Director of Subscriptions and Services at Future, meaning that he oversaw many of the articles TechRadar produces about antivirus software, VPN, TV streaming, broadband and mobile phone contracts - from buying guides and deals news, to industry interest pieces and reviews. Adam has now dusted off his keyboard to write articles for the likes of TechRadar, T3 and Tom's Guide.