A P2P VPN trial period allows you to test out a VPN service before committing to a paid plan by using it risk-free for a set amount of time. You can test out a VPN for yourself to see if it lives up to your needs and expectations.

Common conditions

The terms of a VPN provider’s free trial period are subject to change. Some common examples of such terms include:

  1. Trial versions of VPN services often have fewer features than the full paid version. There may be restrictions on the amount of data you can use or on which features are available.
  2. During the trial period, the number of connected devices may be capped by some service providers. During the trial period, you can only connect the VPN to one device.
  3. Some VPN providers automatically renew your subscription after the initial free trial period ends and begin charging a fee.
  4. The trial period can last from a few days to a few weeks. It’s possible that the trial period offered by some service providers is short (say, 7 or 14 days).
  5. If you want a VPN trial, you may have to create an account and enter your payment information, but you probably won’t be charged until the trial is over.

Before beginning the trial, please read the terms and conditions thoroughly. If you don’t intend to keep using the VPN service after the trial period is over, knowing what restrictions or requirements may be imposed during the trial period will help you avoid being charged unexpectedly.

Examples of trial periods: 

  1. Air VPN 

You can test out the features and performance of this VPN for free for a limited time. You can try out the full, unrestricted version at no cost to see if it meets your requirements. The trial period lasts for 3 days, but the terms and conditions may differ depending on when you sign up, so it’s best to visit the Air VPN website for details.

  1. Free Avast for a week

When you subscribe to Avast SecureLine VPN, you get a private, encrypted connection to the internet at no additional cost. Avast SecureLine VPN provides a free trial for prospective customers to try out the service.

You can try Avast free for a full week, or seven days. You can avoid being spied on online, block specific locations, encrypt your traffic, and more, just like the premium version.

To sign up for a free trial of Avast SecureLine VPN, you must download the application and register at the Avast website. After signing up, the VPN service will immediately have the user connect to the server so they can begin using it.