VPN Unlimited vs tigerVPN

Nadin Bhatt
Nadin Bhatt | VPN specialist and writer
Last updated: January 2, 2021
VPN Unlimited vs tigerVPN
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With the wide range of options available when it comes to choosing a VPN service, it definitely helps to have a clear understanding of what makes for a great VPN service and to know which products tick the right boxes. Let’s see how two of these options – VPN Unlimited and tigerVPN – stack up to each other in different key aspects.

At the end of this VPN Unlimited vs tigerVPN comparison, you’ll find out what the better option is and why. To begin, let’s take a look at how both services perform in the area of security and privacy.

Read our full VPN Unlimited Review

Read our full tigerVPN Review

Security and privacy

Winner: tigerVPN

VPN Unlimited is a well-rounded service security-wise. It supports OpenVPN, Wireguard, L2TP/IPSec, PPTP, and IKEv2 protocols and offers DNS leak protection and a kill switch. It also offers AES-256 encryption and traffic obfuscation with the KeepSolid Wise feature.

On the privacy front, however, VPN Unlimited does leave a lot to be desired. For one thing, the company behind it – KeepSolid – is based in the US which isn’t very privacy-friendly. Even more worrying is the fact that KeepSolid does log a lot of personal data including IP addresses, time zones, connection types, and device codes. What’s more, it shares such data with third-parties. Thus, VPN Unlimited is certainly not recommended if you care about anonymity on the web.

tigerVPN is based in Slovakia which is a much better location for a VPN than the US as it isn’t part of the 5/9/14 Eyes country groups and has no data retention laws. It has a no-logging policy and offers an extra layer of anonymity with the “Stealth Technology” feature.

tigerVPN offers OpenVPN, L2TP/IPSec and PPTP protocols on most platforms. However, it doesn’t offer the IKEv2/IPSec protocol for mobile iOS devices. DNS leak protection and AES-256 encryption are present here but a kill switch is sorely lacking.

Speed and performance

Winner: VPN Unlimited

If we look at the raw numbers here, VPN Unlimited seems to come out ahead as it has over 3000 servers in 55+ countries compared to tigerVPN’s fleet of 300+ in 42 countries. While both services don’t offer as many servers as the market leaders, they offer decent speeds for gaming and streaming.

VPN Unlimited clients also provide information about server loads to help you choose a server with a lighter load. tigerVPN takes things a step further by analyzing available servers and recommending the best options. In all, VPN Unlimited is a slightly better option for use in most locations.

Ease of use and compatibility

Winner: VPN Unlimited

If you’re new to VPN services, VPN Unlimited offers an interface that’s very easy to figure out. The straightforward and minimal looking clients are available on the major platforms (Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Apple TV). There is also a browser extension for Chrome and Firefox.

tigerVPN, on the other hand, is available only on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. It lacks a version for Linux, routers, and browser extensions. However, its clients are very easy to use and customize.

Torrenting and P2P

Winner: tigerVPN

VPN Unlimited isn’t bad for torrenting. The service offers designated servers for P2P traffic. Speeds are decent but users may experience occasional connection drops while torrenting.

tigerVPN allows torrenting on all their servers. Download speeds are decent and most tigerVPN packages offer unlimited bandwidth making it a great option for torrenting purposes.

Netflix and China

Winner: VPN Unlimited

When it comes to Netflix, tigerVPN isn’t a great choice. It does a poor job of getting around Netflix geo-blocking restrictions. VPN Unlimited, on the other hand, is only marginally better as most of its servers have been blocked and only a few will allow you access to the Netflix US catalog.

If you need a VPN for bypassing censorship in China and other countries, both VPNs will get the job done. VPN Unlimited’s KeepSolid Wise feature ensures that China’s Deep Packet Inspection cannot detect the VPN traffic.


Winner: VPN Unlimited

Support isn’t tigerVPN’s strongest suit as they don’t offer a 24/7 live chat option and their support representatives may take a while to reply to a query. However, the support is helpful, polite, and friendly, which is great.

VPN Unlimited offers 24/7 email support with fast, helpful replies. Their support page also provides decent self-help content including an FAQ section.


Winner: both

VPN Unlimited offers a 7-day free trial for their service. tigerVPN also offers a free trial but for just 3 days. A monthly tigerVPN subscription costs $11.99 while VPN Unlimited starts at $9.99 for a 1-month plan. The 1-year packages cost $6.67/month and $5.00/month for tigerVPN and VPN Unlimited respectively.

Both services offer a 7-day money-back guarantee and allow you to pay anonymously using Bitcoin. While they’re both quite reasonably priced, tigerVPN is a bit expensive, and you can find more capable VPN services at similar or slightly higher price points.

VPN Unlimited vs tigerVPN – which is better?

As is evident from this VPN Unlimited vs tigerVPN comparison, both services have their strong and weak points. VPN Unlimited has robust security features, decent speeds, and good customer support. However, if you need to stay anonymous online, it’s definitely not a great option.

While tigerVPN is great for torrenting, very easy to use, and works in China, it lacks a kill switch, doesn’t unblock Netflix, and has rather premium prices.

So which is the better option? As always, it depends on what your needs are. Overall, though, VPN Unlimited is a slightly better package that costs a bit less than its competitor. If you found this VPN Unlimited vs tigerVPN comparison informative and would love to learn more about these services, be sure to check out our full reviews of both options linked below.

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  1. Paul F.

    TigerVPN was offering a “lifetime” subscription deal, which I bought. That makes it much less expensive than the price indicated here. The service has been fine. I use it mostly for torrents, and I believe the review here is incorrect about where torrents are allowed. tigerVPN strongly encouraged torrents to be limited to just a few of their servers, not all. This hasn’t impacted my speed any. I don’t use Netflix so whether it works with tiger or not doesn’t matter to me at all.

    There are things I don’t like. The DNS masking doesn’t work for me. While they do support Linux, you are left running OpenVPN via command line. Putting the same VPN settings into the built-in VPN client in Ubuntu doesn’t work. Why this doesn’t work is left to the user to sort out because the support is thin. There’s no kill switch. So you can torrent but nothing to stop it if the VPN drops. There’s no client for things like Fire TV.

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      Nadin Bhatt Author

      Hi Paul, thanks for your comments.  It’s always good for us to get reviews from real users, which will help us improve our reviews and comparisons.

  2. Indiemama121

    I personally have used VPN Unlimited while I was at China and I think it serves just about right for those looking for nothing much but just a short-term VPN. It all comes to what you want out of the VPN at the end of the day. I would suggest you to browse for the right VPN at the cheapest price

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      Nadin Bhatt Author

      Hi there, while price is definitely an important factor, it shouldn’t be the sole factor, especially when talking about privacy, security, and bypassing geo-restrictions. To help you out, we’ve put together a list of the best, cheapest VPNs for 2019: https://vpnpro.com/best-vpn-services/cheapest-vpn/

  3. Carmen

    I guess it comes down to what you want from a VPN and whether or not you’re considering these two or something else. I would go with tigerVPN for torrenting (too bad they can’t figure Netflix out yet).

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      Nadin Bhatt Author

      Hi there – we agree, sort of. If your choice is only between these two, you’ll get about the same experience no matter which one you go with.

  4. Grady W.

    This comes down to a case of mix and match. Each VPN has its positives and negatives and I think you can get away with using one or the other if you have very specific needs. While I need something that meets more needs, VPN Unlimited or TigerVPN is likely to do the job for certain people in certain situations.

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      Nadin Bhatt Author

      Well said, Grady!

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