IronSocket Named One of the Best VPN’s in the US

Best VPN in the US

We’d like to offer our heartfelt thanks to all our users for tweeting about us, telling friends and family, emailing and commenting on review sites and blogs, and getting more and more folks out there to try us out! The team is extremely pleased that IronSocket has been named one of the best VPN’s in the United States by BestVPN.com. A recent review of the best VPN’s in the country awarded IronSocket a score of 9.1 of out 10, and highlighted our no usage logs, powerful OpenVPN encryption technology, fast VPN servers, shared IP’s (for increased anonymity online), and the robust, feature-rich nature of the packages we offer as standout features.

“Ironsocket is a great choice for privacy minded Americans who prefer to put their trust in a company based where there are almost (sic) restrictions or oversight of the internet – Hong Kong. IronSocket uses shared IP’s, accepts anonymous payment via Bitcoins, uses 256-bit AES encryption, has servers just about everywhere (including the US of course), and allows 3 simultaneous connections.”

Since establishing IronSocket, it’s been our goal to create a powerful, affordable, and flexible VPN service that’s easy to use and packed with features. Over the past 6 months we’ve maintained a quiet focus on continually increasing the quality and value of our service offering, as well as upgrading the core technologies that power our business.  We’ve expanded our global server network to new countries, added support for more and more streaming networks, reduced subscription prices, and greatly increased the value of the subscription packages we offer. We’ve had a tremendously positive reception from our growing subscriber base, and are happy to see that independent review sites continue to rate our service highly.

Our core mission is to help empower our users by giving them the tools to ensure they can stay safe, browse privately and anonymously, and experience the internet free from censorship and arbitrary restrictions.

About Dan Johnson

Dan has been involved with computers in the early 1990s with a 2400 baud dialup modem. Since then, he has been working on various internet projects for over a decade and makes a conscience effort to inform others about staying safe on the internet. Currently he works with IronSocket and some other online side projects, when not hiking through the pine forests around his house.

  • Park Cooley

    You guys rock! Much deserved. I will continue to recommend your service to friends and family in Canada.

  • Anon

    I also agree. Much speed and very proxy here!

  • Emme

    Good one.. keep it up…