No matter what country you’re from or what your needs are, chances are your Internet Service Provider reigns supreme over what you get to access and what you don’t.

The practices of ISPs differ from country to country – some blacklist websites, restrict content and throttle bandwidth, while others limit you in less obvious ways – but every country has its own specific needs and troubles. In Tunisia, the Internet user base has had its fair share of struggles. This article will help you find the right VPN against any practices you’d have to deal with in the country.

Why use a VPN and how we rank them

Tunisia doesn’t even crack the top 100 of the fastest Internet connections in the world. It stands to reason that users should at least be able to access what they want when they want it.

In fact, Tunisia’s Internet is actually one of the slowest, with average speeds less than 4 Mbps.

It’s just good form, thus, to subscribe to a good VPN service that can help you reap the maximum utility of your Internet connection.

Our criteria for considering the best VPN for Tunisia is as follows:

  • VPN security: can it help against censorship and make your Internet usage anonymous?
  • Performance and speeds: will it slow your connection down too much?
  • Unblocking geo-restricted content, such as streaming sites
  • Is it good for torrents? Are P2P connections allowed?
  • Price: is it affordable?
BrandPriceRating
Astrill VPN$8.33/month8.9
NordVPN$2.99/month9.5
Mullvad$5.71/month8.2
Frost VPN$2.99/month8.0
Panda Pow$7.00/month6.5

1. Astrill VPN

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The best VPN for Tunisia

Ideal for countries where you want to retain most of your speed due to the slow internet.

  • Pros: little logging, stealth mode that works even in countries that ban VPNs, offers the best protocols, speedy, works well with torrents.
  • Cons: more expensive than most VPNs
  • Price: starts from $8.33/month
  • VPNpro Rating: 8.9

Astrill VPN is a top-rated VPN that offers some of the highest speeds around and puts its Seychelles jurisdiction to good use protecting its customers.

It also offers some cool bonuses: for a $5/month bonus, you can buy an exclusive (non-shared) private IP with port forwarding capabilities, or access to a VIP server for $10/month.

Astill VPN proves its mettle and justifies its price with its reliable security protocols (and military-strength, AES-256 encryption), ability to unblock Netflix and have you access whatever foreign content you want, P2P-enabled servers, and the allowance of up to five simultaneous connections per subscription.

There’s even a 7-day free trial, which means you can test it out for yourself and see how well it works for you in Tunisia.

2. NordVPN

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Combining good price and good security.

  • Pros: fast, cheap, huge server fleet, independently audited no-logging policy
  • Cons: no free trial
  • Price: Starts from $2.99/month
  • VPNpro Rating: 9.5

NordVPN has one of the strongest anti-logging stances (made easy by the fact that it’s registered in Panama) and an even stronger pricing policy. At this price, you might even be tempted to ignore any shortcomings (albeit there aren’t many of those).

We ran numerous connection speed tests, focusing on download speed and upload speed. Not once did the connection speed drop, which might be due to the huge server list of 5200+ servers. Not all the servers support P2P traffic, but you’ll find good speeds on the ones that do.

NordVPN also gives you a kill switch, a double VPN feature, and Onion over VPN. If not for its lack of a free trial (and the awesome speeds of Astrill), we’d give it the number one spot.

3. Mullvad VPN

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A VPN for the anonymity-conscious user.

  • Pros: no logs, high speeds, anonymous payment, anonymous sign-up, anonymous browsing, and P2P, military-grade encryption
  • Cons: weak at geo-unblocking, doesn’t have custom apps for Android, iOS, and more
  • Price: $5.71/month
  • VPNpro Rating: 8.2

Not only will Mullvad VPN keep your identity anonymous from anyone else on the Internet, but it doesn’t even want to know who you are: yes, there’s absolutely no requirement to enter any personally identifying details, and in fact Mullvad VPN encourages anonymous payments through Bitcoin by offering a 10% discount.

Anonymity is also extended to the sign-up process, getting you off to a good start. It should be mentioned that you can use bank cards and PayPal if you want to – there’s just no obligation to do so.

While it’s not of much use at region-unblocking Netflix or similar services, it offers good speeds and a Shadowsocks or SSH proxy for torrenting, which means you can still get your fix of entertainment, just from an alternate source.

Apart from the latest protocols and diamond-strength encryption for all your data, Mullvad also offers protection from DNS and IPv6 leaks as well as split tunneling and Obfsproxy to protect against your ISP or government trying to block the VPN itself.

Mullvad VPN, all things considered, is a good option for serious users with privacy concerns.

4. FrostVPN

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A VPN that more people should consider for its competitive pricing and features.

  • Pros: No logs, no limit on bandwidth, affordable, latest security protocols, flawless geo-unblocking, P2P-enabled, anti-censorship
  • Cons: No custom mobile apps
  • Price: Starts from $2.99/month
  • VPNpro Rating: 8.0

FrostVPN is out to compete with the biggest names in the industry by providing similar features at a much lower cost: OpenVPN (multiple UDP/TCP ports on all servers), IPsec, and PPTP in the tunneling protocols section, IPv6, DNS and WebRTC leak protection and a dynamic IP address.

While it keeps connection logs, none of them are personally identifiable – their transparency in the privacy policy is commendable, as is the fact that it allows P2P connections (torrent downloads) on all of the 139 servers that it owns in 40 countries. These servers are capable of unblocking Netflix US, Hulu US, UK BBC iPlayer, and other similar streaming sites.

The pros outweigh the cons (no custom mobile apps, and no live support), prompting us to declare FrostVPN a remarkable product, available at just $3/month (and at most $6/month, which is the lower threshold for most other VPNs).

5. PandaPow VPN

PandaPow VPN service logo

Packing a punch that’ll take you by surprise.


  • Pros: No logs, fast, solid tunneling protocols, stealth mode, adept at unblocking Netflix
  • Cons: No kill switch (made worse by occasional connection drops)
  • Price: Starts from $7.00/month
  • VPNpro rating: 6.5

PandaPow VPN has earned its spot on the list purely on the potential it holds and how far its come in a short period of time.

PandaPow VPN uses a unique 256-bit encrypted proprietary SSL-based protocol and the default OpenVPN protocol, which is great for security.

With its fast speeds, we were able to stream HD video on platforms from practically any country we could think of.

Ultimately, PandaPow is a great service, if a bit pricey. Reducing the price would greatly increase the appeal of this underappreciated tool.

Is it safe to use a VPN in Tunisia?

VPNs themselves are not banned in Tunisia. The country has had its struggles with censorship, but the fact that VPNs remained unbanned is a massive win for freedom.

This means not only would it be safe to use a VPN, but it would be recommended – provided, of course, that your VPN doesn’t leak data or keep logs that could later be used against you by the authorities.

Free VPN for Tunisia

We’d recommend not using a free VPN at all, straight off the bat. Why is that?

Businesses need income to sustain themselves. For a VPN, this income usually comes from registration and payments made by users to use the service. An alternative, that can still sometimes go hand in hand with the first option, is advertising. However, VPNs usually stay away from advertising, as do most paid apps, to provide users a hassle-free experience.

Free VPNs, on the other hand, usually get money through advertising. This also implies transferring your data to third-parties for targeting.

Still, if you must go for a free product, we recommend something like Windscribe, which gives you a monthly data transfer cap and restricts some server locations but is essentially the free version of an actual product.

If you’re in Tunisia, which of these VPNs have you used before? Did we miss any great VPNs for Tunisia? Let us know in the comments below.