Before you purchase a VPN, do some research on which ones have good online reviews and how VPN works.
Ideally, your VPN must have:
However, most of the VPNs provide support for selective devices, and not for all. Also, VPNs vary in terms of how private they actually are.
Few other factors to consider before choosing a VPN are:
VPNs reroute your network through another network. While doing so, they can slow down your internet speeds. Some VPNs publish their download speeds. The best way to have a better idea about the connection speed is to go for a free trial.
You don’t need to bother about a specific location while a VPN is used to connect to a particular IP address, such as your office network. But, often, you might need to access specific content that requires certain geo-locations. So, before you make a purchase check the VPN’s website. Make sure its servers can be accessed in your desired location.
You’re probably wondering if a VPN is free. Yes, there are free VPNs available in the market. But similar to many other services, if it's free, you’re actually paying with your personal browsing data. You should go with a paid VPN because they tend to be trustworthy.