Visit the home page of almost any of the best VPN Vendors and you are presented with what appears to be a very important number: how many VPN server it has. And on the surface, you can very well assume that a large number of servers is a good thing.
However, as with many marketing scratches surrounding the VPN industry, there’s a lot more to a quality VPN than a glut of servers. Of course, there should be enough, but there are arguably many other factors that should more heavily influence your purchasing decision.
Here we look at whether it really matters how many servers a VPN has, and what might be more important when choosing a provider.
Why do VPNs need multiple servers?
Starting with the basics, it’s important for VPNs to have a variety of servers for a variety of reasons.
Physical servers in different countries allow users to move virtually. If you are in the UK and connected to a server called…