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  1. Hello! This is excellent news. But you added an unusual warning at the end, which seems unusual. Wondering if it'll spread more FUD than necessary and perhaps not get you the same amount of feedback, in return. Anyway, it's working for me so far. The only minor errors, are UI texts. Not bad Staff :). Here's the changes, for anyone who doesn't want to follow the links:
  2. Hello! That has already been addressed many times before . In short, Air already does. I would recommend that you read some of the questions and answers in the guide in my signature, as you'll be able to find many links to other security and privacy-related features.
  3. Hello! I've already addressed that line of questioning in the guide in my signature. Please look under the First Questions section. Among the answers, one answer is that Air has on many occasions stated how it's not required that you trust AirVPN, if you follow the "partition of trust" way of doing things.
  4. Hello! Didn't you see the Brazilian server that was just added?
  5. Hello! That's answered here.
  6. Hello! Please read the First Questions section in the guide in my signature. TL;DR: No service can guarantee such a thing, not least because even the best security can be undermined if the user isn't careful. But in certain scenarios, yes a VPN will help - such as if you're connecting to a WiFi network while connected to AirVPN - then would-be eavesdroppers on the network will have a much harder time. Practically, you can start with using Network Lock, then go about checking how private your browser is, such as through the EFF panopticlick website. From there, experiment with privacytools.io for example.
  7. Hello! I note the change: So everything below the 1 year plans, do not get the discount anymore. It's still weird to me, that the birthday celebrations still aren't the ones with the biggest and widest discounts. Seems more worthy to me . Happy birthday.
  8. Hello! It depends on the latency and/or what IP you want at the time. Otherwise they're all essentially the same. Boredom? Otherwise not really - usually not for new users at least. It's considered a superior choice to pick one outside your home country - use the black/white lists. Do note that a VPN isn't a silver bullet for privacy though. Normally no. If you're using Network Lock, you won't be able to browse until the connection is reestablished. But just verify through ipleak.net what IP you've got at any given time. Yes if you use Network Lock. No? ???? No? You may also read the guide in my signature.
  9. No, I don't think that's entirely accurate. We must assume that Air wants to add as many locations as possible, but only if it makes sense - both legally, but certainly also technically.
  10. Hello! It's refreshing to see a video review. I must say, that regardless of your review, that this is the most important: I'm impressed that you mentioned the forums as a useful element as a part of the VPN experience, in conjunction with the no logging. That's easily missed. But you missed the reasoning behind why AirVPN doesn't offer the live chat feature which you requested, it seems. Further, I don't think it's reasonable to list it as a con that there weren't enough or should be more servers and then not specify what - if any - you were looking for. But AirVPN just added a whole new country actually. Since security/privacy is one of AirVPNs selling points, I also think it would've helped your review, if you had made it clearer that Air doesn't just add any server because it's popular, but only if it's the right thing to do. In the same vein, you could then have considered adding some more factoids about those servers, such as them all being bare metal, which can be important for many reasons. There's many other aspects I think you could've gone more into: how Bitcoin is handled, the approach to P2P, Android Eddie and so forth. You can read a list of Air-related security links in my guide's First Question section. I'm surprised you didn't mention the apparent complexity of Air that much. It was mentioned briefly with Eddie's menu's, while other reviewers usually make a bigger deal out of all the technical jargon. Perhaps in a future review, you could attempt to test certain features more. Such as - how good is Network Lock actually? After all, "killswitches" are a big deal, but they don't always work fully. Overall not bad .
  11. Hello! Please try airvpn.info
  12. Hello! Please see this link and submit a support request.
  13. Hello! Have you tried downloading the Beta client 2.17.2? There's instructions in my signature. Otherwise you can also try to submit a support ticket if you're still experiencing issues .
  14. Probably the end of May. But it's listed in my guide at any rate, in the First Questions section.
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