ExpressVPN also comes in app format to download. ExpressVPN are putting themselves in a multi-platform position, with several plans and several setups, it’s very mature looking and as we stated before, in a good state of readiness. For us, testing with the Linksys WRT1200AC is probably the easiest way to test, but some may like an app on their smartphone or device. All seem to offer the same benefits.
|Included Software||The full suite of ExpressVPN’s software for all devices (Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Routers, Linux)|
|Protocols||OpenVPN (TCP, UDP), L2TP-IPsec, SSTP, and PPTP|
|Encryption||SSL secured with 256-bit encryption|
|Traffic Logging||Zero logging|
|Servers||Servers in 136 cities across 86 countries|
|Connections||Simultaneous connections on up to 3 devices|
|Support||Round-the-clock customer support by chat or email
|Guarantee||30-day money-back guarantee|
There’s quite a lot there, mainly the unlimited aspects of the service, and the number of countries to connect to. We will be testing in the UK, with a connection to the Reading server, though we did test connections to other countries.
On the face of it, it’s a Linksys WRT1200AC Router with a customer firmware. The Linksys WRT1200AC is a good solid router from Linksys and has everything you need to get up and running. We always thought the WRT1200AC design was a little harsh, or obviously a piece of networking technology, but in the flesh, it’s very striking and has a bit more class than we thought it would.