Most people choose to use a VPN for privacy and security reasons. They want to be able to disguise their location, change their obvious country of origin, prevent their data from being intercepted, and – sometimes – break the terms of service by watching conversations they are not supposed to access.
Since all of this data must travel over the VPN provider’s network, natural friction affects data transfer rates. With a few exceptions, using a VPN will slow down your network access. In most cases, this drop in performance is not enough to reduce your quality of service, but it can affect your network usage. Therefore, figuring out which VPNs are the fastest – in other words, which VPNs won’t affect your performance – can be important to your online experience.
TL; DR: Which is the fastest?
Our internal tests have shown Hotspot sign than the fastest. But if you aggregate averages …