StrongVPN is an American VPN service that operates 650 servers in about 25 countries.
It’s an middling choice, with some benefits and some drawbacks.
The number of servers it runs is adequate, but far from the top of the heap. It maintains a solid-looking no-log policy, but is based in the US, which is not known for it’s amazing privacy standards.
It’s privacy protocols are quite strong, and it’s reasonably quick, so it’s got that going for it.
Strong VPN does have an aggressively streamlined interface, we would even say over-simplified. This may be great for newbies, but more experienced users may be frustrated by the lack of basic functions.
You cannot search by server type, and it is difficult to automatically find the closest/fastest server nearby. These are standard issue for most VPN’s, so it’s a little disappointing to see these features overlooked.
Overall, StrongVPN offers some good qualities at a reasonable price, but is hardly exceptional. We would recommend it more strongly if there were not other services offering more for the same price.