ExpressVPN – Virtual Network Provider

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ExpressVPN offer what they advertise as 'high speeds', expansive global coverage with over 97 locations at a competitive price. They offer online support including a live chat feature and email, and feature a range of good reviews from their users.

There are many legitimate uses for a VPN. However, the legality of using one to access geographically restricted content is a bit of a grey area. While you're not likely to attract the attention of the Australian Government, you do run the risk of having your VPN or streaming subscription cancelled. There is also the chance that a copyright holder may want to pursue legal action if you're found to be accessing that content in an unlicensed region. Keep in mind that the very nature of a VPN masks your IP and prevents your online activity, so it's not for us to say if and how the copyright holders would be able to identify you if you do choose to access their content without the proper licensing. Here at, we do not encourage internet browsing activity outside the law, we only aim to compare the services available to Australians

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What are ExpressVPN's pricing and plans?

Express VPN offers three plans, based on duration. All of them offer the same speed, the same amount of servers and devices available.

1 month6 months12 months
$12.95 per month$9.95 per month$8.32 per month

What are the benefits of using

The main benefits of using a VPN are:

  • Increased security
  • Stopping you being tracked
  • Hiding your location

How do I set up

When you’ve ordered your service set up is simple:

  1. Go to ExpressVPN website on your device.
  2. Download the relevant app, based on your device operating system.
  3. Choose which country you want your VPN to run through.

Then you’re free to access content from anywhere in the world, free from tracking and with increased security.

What operating systems can you use on?

ExpressVPN runs on just about everything, including Mac, Windows, iPhone, iPad, Chromebook, AppleTV, games consoles and even the Kindle Fire.

What are the pros and cons of

  • 30 day money back guarantee.
  • Great customer support, including live online chat.
  • Referral program (30 free days for every friend who signs up).
  • Only two devices allowed to use service at once.
  • Expensive for short term use
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What is a VPN and how does it work?

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an internet service that has become more popular in recent years with the advent of online streaming. Put simply, every internet device has an Internet Protocol (IP) address, which is like a phone number, a VPN runs your phone number through another phone number, which can be in any country. So it hides your IP address, and can convince websites that you’re somewhere you’re not.

Frequently asked questions

Yes. A VPN can make the internet believe you’re in another country, including the UK, which means you can watch as much Eastenders as you like.
This depends on your internet usage and feelings about the internet. If you use the internet a lot to watch television shows, and are interested in content not available in Australia, then it might be worth it. Similarly, if you’re concerned about security or tracking then you might feel better with a VPN. If neither of these sound like you, then you’ll probably be fine flying solo.
We’re not here to make specific recommendations. Our role is to break down what all the VPN providers we can find have to offer and leave the choice up to you. If you’re serious about getting a VPN, you should have a read through all of our guides to be sure you find the one that is the best fit for you.
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