Le VPN Passes 100 Countries

It would be an understatement to report that Le VPN added several server location.  The French VPN service recently added more than 64 additional VPN servers to extend their network to 114 countries.  A far cry from the 5 countries they had at launch in 2010.  The expansion gives Le VPN users access to new server locations throughout South and Central America, Asia, Middle East and Oceania.  They added a Spanish language version of their website earlier this year and now offer Spanish speaking technical support as well.

Le VPN 100 countries

We’re not going to list all 100 countries in this post but you can visit the Le VPN servers page for a full look at their network.  Here’s a summary from Le VPN’s related blog post sharing some of the new server locations.

In addition to the Americas, servers have been added in Asia, with servers in China, South Korea and Taiwan, the Middle-East and in places where expats now reside. These places include French Polynesia, New Caledonia, and other popular destinations such as islands in the Indian Ocean; Madagascar, Mauritius and Seychelles.

The recent network upgrade more than doubled the number of countries in which Le VPN has servers.  We’ve watched the service grow over the years, both in terms of features and users.  The latest network expansion puts Le VPN head to head with some of the largest VPN services in the world.  In addition to focusing on their network, the Le VPN team continues to focus on innovating their service.  Whether you want to protect your privacy or access blocked websites they have good solutions for both scenarios.  We also appreciate that they’ve lowered prices as the service continues to grow.  You can enjoy unlimited access to their network of VPN server locations in 114 countries from just $4.95 a month.  Le VPN offers custom software for Windows, Mac, and iOS to help you get started.  You can connect on up to 2 devices at a time.