Low cost VPN service · No additional app/software needed · Free trial available · No usage logs kept


PPTP vs L2TP - what VPN should you use?
vpnjack.com offers both PPTP and L2TP (to be more precise, L2TP over IPSec or L2TP/IPSec) VPN connections. Which one should you be using?


Faster VPN arrived!
We have a great news! We have upgraded our server and network infrastructure and as a result our customers will experience faster VPN connections. As always, we do not limit the bandwidth of the VPN connections or the amount of traffic being transferred. Our VPN service is trully unmetered and unlimited.

We provide L2TP VPN now and it works with iOS 10 and macOS Sierra (10.12)
As of now, vpnjack.com officially provides and supports L2TP VPN connections in addition to PPTP VPN. This news is probably most exciting for our iOS and macOS users because in September 2016 Apple dropped support for PPTP VPN in its latest version of iOS (10) and macOS (10.12 aka Sierra).


By clicking the button below you are agreeing to our Terms of Service.

Limitations apply:

  • Your VPN login/password pair is valid for 24 hours.
  • Your VPN login/password pair allows you to connect multiple times during this period but the total VPN time is limited to 60 minutes.
  • You cannot request more than one free VPN login/password pair in 24 hours.

Buy a premium package to remove these limitations.

We strongly recommend trying our free trial first to make sure that VPN is not blocked by your Internet service provider.

365 days $29.99
180 days $19.99
90 days $11.99
30 days $5.49
7 days $1.99
24 hours $0.99

Copyright © 2010-2024 vpnjack.com. Terms of Service.
vpnjack.com is a division of Jack512 VPN & VoIP Solutions.
We accept: We accept PayPal and Bitcoin