Private Internet Access is a well-established VPN service which has been making some improvements of late, and has now completely removed its device limit.
That means you can connect as many phones, Firesticks, laptops and other devices as you want to its servers at the same time.
Most VPNs allow you to use between 5 and 10 devices at the same time, which is enough for most people. But a few, such as Surfshark, have long used the lack of a limit to persuade people to choose their VPN instead.
The change applies to existing PIA subscribers as well as new users, and means you’re no longer restricted to 10 devices.
Fairly recently PIA underwent an audit by Deloitte to show that it sticks by its no-logs policy and with an affordable two-year plan, the news should make it a more tempting VPN for anyone about to sign up.
“With the growing reliance on multiple internet-connected devices for everyone’s day-to-day needs, we understand people need broader protection to keep their widening digital footprint private. And while PIA initially gave 10 device connections, more than most VPNs on the market, we knew we could provide better value to new and existing users by offering unlimited device connections,” said Jose Blaya, PIA’s Director of Engineering.
“We believe that the decision to roll out unlimited device connections to all Private Internet Access (PIA) subscribers will cement PIA as the most generous VPN on the market, offering superior privacy and security to our customers across all their devices at an extremely competitive price.”
PIA offers apps for Windows, Android, macOS, iOS, Amazon Fire TV and a Linux app with a GUI.