Avast Secureline offers both free (7-day trial) and paid versions. They use strong 256-bit AES encryption and you can choose from OpenVPN, IPSec & IKEv2 protocols.

Their server speeds are top of the line, they even landed in the top 10 of our fastest reviewed VPNs, but still fall behind the top providers like Express and NordVPN.

Is this a decent provider? Let’s find out in this Avast Secureline VPN review.

General Info & Features

OVERALL RANK:#17 out of 78 VPNs
USABILITY:4/5
LOG FILES:No Logging 
LOCATIONS:34 countries, 55 servers
SUPPORT:Phone, Knowledge base
TORRENTING:Torrenting Allowed
NETFLIX:No 0/5
ENCRYPTION/PROTOCOL:AES 256
COST:$6.67/mo
OFFICIAL WEBSITE:www.Avast.com

Avast Secureline was launched in 2014 in Prague, Czech Republic. Although the company, Avast, has been around for a while – since 1988.

The VPN service supports the following devices and operating systems:

  • PC
  • Mac
  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • Android
  • Android TV

Avast SecureLine works on up to five devices and features no bandwidth limits.

As for TOR, customer support mentioned the VPN is not compatible with it.

It’s worth mentioning that Avast provides ONLY 55 servers in 34 countries.

That’s a really low number of total servers compared to other VPN providers, like NordVPN and ExpressVPN, that both have over 3,000 servers.

The only countries that Avast has more than one server location are Canada (two cities), Germany (two cities), Russia (two cities), Spain (two cities), the United Kingdom (two cities), and the United States (16 cities).