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BulletVPN Review

BulletVPN Review 2017
Written by Jason Lampard

After deciding that VPN is your chosen solution to unblock geo-blocked channels, the next hurdle you have to jump over is picking the right service provider. Choosing the right VPN provider can be such a difficult task as the number of providers that exist in the market is quite high. This is why I came up with a comparison guide to review one of the providers, and in this specific one, we’re going to be looking at BulletVPN.

BulletVPN Review – Pricing and Plans

The guys at BulletVPN are kind enough to offer three payment packages, so that you can choose the one that fits best with your budget:

  • 1-Month Subscription: for $10.98
  • 6-Month Subscription: for $54.98 (at $9.16 per month)
  • 1-Year Subscription: for $89.98 (at $7.50 per month)

Their one year subscription price of $7.50 per month places them among the cheapest quality providers available out there.

BulletVPN Review – Refund Policy

One of the most important things to check out for when choosing your VPN provider is not only whether they offer a refund policy, but also how long the policy will be in effect. I believe a 7-day refund policy doesn’t give customers enough time to figure out if they like the service they’re getting. While a 14-day refund period could do, a 30-day money-back guarantee is the best, and this is exactly what you get with BulletVPN. It means you get a whole month to try out their services; and if you’re not impressed, your hard earned money gets refunded.

BulletVPN Apps

BulletVPN offers their users apps that are compatible with their devices, regardless of whether they’re using a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device; nobody gets left out. The apps are really easy to use and navigate through, and they also don’t take up that much space on your device. The setup procedure takes only a few minutes, since all you have to do is download the app from Google Play Store, install it, sign in, and get connected to their servers.

BulletVPN Servers

With BulletVPN, you’ll be able to get a wide range of IP addresses that connect to their remote servers in Germany, Australia, the US, Canada, Japan, India, Brazil, Spain and France. Here’s the full list:

North America

  • Mexico
  • Canada
  • USA


  • France
  • Germany
  • Sweden
  • Netherlands
  • Denmark
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Romania
  • Italy
  • United Kingdom


  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Australia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • India
  • New Zealand


  • South Africa

South America

  • Brazil

BulletVPN Privacy & Security

To ensure that your browsing activity is kept private and confidential, BulletVPN implements 5 different & highly secure protocols:

  • IPSec
  • OpenVPN
  • PPTP
  • IKEv2
  • L2TP/IPSec

As a precaution, I went on to do a thorough scan with McAfee, Avast and AVG (antivirus softwares) and this confirmed that all BulletVPN apps are indeed virus free and have no potential in causing any harm to your device.

BulletVPN Support Review

As a customer, there is always a chance that you might run into some issues while following any set of given instructions laid out by a service provider. In case you get held down by any obstacle while using your BulletVPN app, their customer service team is always at hand to guide you through whatever issue you might have. You could reach them through their contact form, found on their site, their social media handles on Facebook & Twitter, or even via email.

BulletVPN Review – The Verdict

In a nutshell, BulletVPN fits the bill as a reliable, fast and secure VPN provider. Through my experience, I found their customer support team really friendly and eager to help me sort out my issues, and their 30-day refund policy also puts them among the very few providing that offer (ExpressVPN and NordVPN being the only others). As a big bonus, I also got to unblock American Netflix using their US VPN servers.

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Jason Lampard

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