VersaVPN gives users unlimited bandwidth and decent up-link and down-link speeds on their servers located in 14 countries. It’s unclear as to whether they allow Torrent/P2P traffic on their OpenVPN, L2TP, and PPTP Servers – but it’s not explicitly stated that they disallow torrenting either. VersaVPN’s website has been on the web since 3/27/12 making them a fairly new VPN provider, and they keep ZERO VPN user logs.
VersaVPN offers only a Windows VPN client to users, but they do have guides and tutorials for connecting to their VPN servers on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, DD-WRT/Tomato routers, and even more. As with most VPN providers, VersaVPN can be configured with almost any OS or router with a bit of technological know-how, but StrongVPN’s choice to provide only a windows client and just rely on their users using guides to connect makes them a bit more of an advanced VPN choice for most people. VersaVPN prices start at $5.50 USD per month.
(VersaVPN works with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Instant Video, BBC iPlayer, and most other streaming/Video-On-Demand services – check VersaVPN’s full supported Channel List here.)