VPN.asia users enjoy access to unlimited bandwidth on 44+ fast VPN Servers located in 31 countries, many of which are in Asia. Torrenting and P2P traffic is safely allowed on their VPN servers, which operate on a decent mix of the major protocols: OpenVPN, L2TP, and PPTP. VPN.asia’s website has been on the web since 2012 but it didn’t really take it’s current form until 2015. The website states they do not retain any VPN user logs.
VPN.asia offers a proprietary client for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, as well as other operating systems and devices. However, they don’t seem to provide guides or tutorials of any kind – at least not easily available on their website. As with most VPN providers, VPN.asia can be configured with almost any OS and be used by anyone, but VPN.asia is geared more toward people outside of Asia that need the appearance of being in Asian Countries while on the internet. VPN.asia Prices start at $9.00 USD per month.
(VPN.Asia is supposed to still work for Netflix, Hulu, BBC iPlayer, and many other streaming/Video-On-Demand services.)