Anonine Review


General information

Based in:UK
No IP address logging: IP addresses are logged
No traffic logging: Traffic data is not logged
No DNS request logging: Logging policy of DNS requests is not known
No connection timestamp logging: Connection timestamps are logged
No bandwidth data logging: Logging policy of bandwidth consumption data is not known
Has own DNS servers: No, DNS services are not provided
Software supports "Kill Switch": No, "Kill Switch" is not supported
OpenVPN Support: Yes, this provider supports OpenVPN connections
P2P/Torrent Support: It is not known whether this provider allows P2P/Torrent traffic
SMTP: It is not known whether this provider allows SMTP connections
Number of countries:VPN servers available in 22 countries
Number of VPN servers:80 servers available
Max. simultaneous connections:Up to 5 simultaneous connections are allowed
Price per month:$3.99 when ordering yearly plan
Free trial available: No, this provider does not provide free trials
Accepts cryptocurrencies: Yes, cryptocurrencies are accepted


VPN service provider Anonine is based in UK. Anonine has servers in 22 different countries. At the moment this provider appears to be using about 80 servers for its infrastructure.


This service would cost $3.99 per month if you were to order the yearly plan. The payment can be submitted using cryptocurrencies. Unfortunately, Anonine has no free trial option.


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Doesn't log traffic data
Supports OpenVPN
Has servers in many countries (22 countries)
Reasonable number of simultaneous connections (5 connections)
Pricing is very reasonable ($3.99/mo)
Cryptocurrency payments accepted


Logs customer IP addresses
Logs connection timestamps
Doesn't have own DNS servers
No support for the "Kill Switch"
Doesn't have a free trial

User reviews

Not anonymus
Not anonymus    Posted on October 29, 2016
Bad connection and they can only provide 30 Mbit up and down. At this momentet I cant event use ther vpn becous they ar att 7mbit/ 0.2 Mbit..

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