Since a couple of days I am testing AirVPN in comparison with VPN4ALL. As my subscription with VPN4ALL is going to expire within some weeks, I wanted to try some possible alternatives. Here my brief feedback on both services. Obviously it has to be taken into account that while I use VPN4ALL since some months, I am just enjoying AirVPN for 3 days, thanks to their free trial. VPN4ALL features: -Off Shore -No logs -Good server coverage in EU/North America -Very stable -Client very easy to use -Good support (even if I never had serious issues, they were quick to reply) AirVPN features: -No logs -Very good server coverage and easier than VPN4ALL to see server load -Excellent support (thanks to the forum but also they replied quickly) -Client easy to use but requires admin access to be run (not needed in VPN4ALL) -More possibilities to set custom configurations (ports, etc.) -No traffic limit -All servers allow P2P connection (only some with VPN4ALL, however I never use P2P thus I cannot provide any review on this). -Possible to pay with LibertyReserve or Bitcoin (not possible with VPN4ALL) Other notes: Speed is more or less the same, at least the servers I checked. According to DNS Leaks test, no leaks with both of them. My preliminary conclusion is that I might switch to AirVPN but maybe I will give also Boleh a try, since I like that they are not EU based.