About Flow VPN
FlowVPN has been providing better Internet for customers since 2011 through our high speed global network. We build and maintain our own infrastructure across 60+ countries and provide 24/7 support to our customers. Get Unlimited Access to Flow VPN with a Free Trial now.
Our virtual private network has 100’s of servers across more than 60 countries in Europe, USA and Asia and we’re adding more all the time, actively increasing capacity to meet demand and reaching out into new territories.
As well as traditional VPN servers all over the world, we’ve set up super-fast routes over premium bandwidth connecting key servers in Asia and Central America to our servers in the UK and US, bypassing the cheaper routes often used by domestic networks.
Our servers are managed by our in-house technical team to ensure reliability and customer support from our Canadian team is second to none.
VPN Services are used globally on the world’s most popular ISPs. Is your ISP listed?
ARTERIA Networks Corporation
AT&T U-verse – United States
AT&T Wireless – United States
Airenetworks – Spain
Altibox AS – Norway
Aluminiere Lauralco – United States
Aluminum Company of America – AMIS – Netherlands
Arvig Enterprises – United States
BT – United Kingdom
Bb Broadband Co.
BeiJing Guoxin bilin Telecom Technology Co.,Ltd
BeiJing Kuandaitong Telecom Technology Co.,Ltd
Beijing Bitone United Networks
Beijing Teletron Telecom Engineering Co.
Beijing hsoft technologies inc
Bell Mobility – Canada
Bluewin – Switzerland
Bouygues Mobile – France
Bouygues Telecom – France
Broadnet AS – Norway
CHINA UNICOM Shanghai city network
CNISP-Union Technology (Beijing) Co.
Cable & Wireless Antigua and Barbuda – Virgin Islands, U.S.
Cablecom Networking Limited – United Kingdom
Charter Communications – United States
China Education and Research Network
China Network Information Center
China Telecom Anhui
China Unicom Beijing
Cifrova Kabelna Korporacia EOOD – Bulgaria
ColoCrossing – United States
Comcast Cable – United States
Cox Communications – United States
Delta Telecom Ltd
Deutsche Telekom AG – Germany
Digiweb ltd – Ireland
EE Mobile – United Kingdom
Emirates Telecommunications Corporation
FLOW – Jamaica
FORTHnet SA – Greece
Far EasTone Telecommunication Co.
Fiber At Home City Networks Sdn Bhd
Free SAS – France
GS Computer Services
Gibtelecom Ltd. – Gibraltar
Global Foundries Pte
GuangZhou Radio & Television network Co.,LTD
HETZNER (Pty) Ltd – South Africa
HK Cable TV
Hong Kong Broadband Network
Huashu media&Network Limited
Hyperoptic Ltd – United Kingdom
IPKO Telecommunications LLC – Albania
Infoway Servicos de Informatica Ltda – Brazil
International Pioneering Park
Internet Thailand Company Limited
Jazz Telecom S.A. – Spain
Liden Data Internetwork AB – Sweden
Link3 Technologies Limited
MTS PJSC – Russian Federation
Makedonski Telekom AD-Skopje – Macedonia
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Maxis Broadband Sdn Bhd
Mediacom Cable – United States
Meo – Servicos De Comunicacoes E Multimedia, S.A. – Portugal
Multimax Iletisim Limited – Turkey
NET Virtua – Brazil
Net at Once Sweden AB – Sweden
New Guoxin Telecom Corporation
NexG Carrier Pty
Nobis Technology Group, LLC
Nos Comunicacoes, S.A. – Portugal
Numericable – France
OTEnet S.A. – Greece
Optimum Online – United States
Oracle Corporation – United States
Oracle Public Cloud
Orange Espana – Spain
Orange – France
PJSC MegaFon – Russian Federation
PT Telkom Indonesia
Parigyan Info Services
Philippine Long Distance Telephone
PrimeTel Services Inc. – Guyana
Puerto Rico Cable Acquisition Company – Puerto Rico
RCN – United States
ROSNIIROS Russian Institute for Public Networks – Russian Federation
Research Institution of Telecom
Rogers Cable – Canada
Rostelecom – Russian Federation
Scarlet – Belgium
Sensor Systems Limited Company – Russian Federation
Shanghai Kuanhui Tech. Co.,ltd
Shaw Communications – Canada
ShenZhen Topway Video Communication Co.
Sky Broadband – United Kingdom
Spark New Zealand – New Zealand
Sunrise Communications AG – Switzerland
Superonline ADSL – Turkey
Superonline Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. – Turkey
Tango S.A. – Luxembourg
Telecom Italia – Italy
Telefonica O2 UK – United Kingdom
Telefonica de Espana – Spain
Telefonica del Peru – Peru
Telekom Austria – Austria
Telenor Norge AS – Norway
Telia Company – Denmark
Telkom Internet – South Africa
Telmex Colombia S.A. – Colombia
Telmex – Mexico
Telstra Internet – Australia
Tencent cloud computing
Three – United Kingdom
Time Warner Cable – United States
Turk Telekom – Turkey
Turkcell – Turkey
U Mobile Sdn Bhd
UNE – Colombia
Verizon Fios – United States
Verizon Internet Services – United States
VimpelCom – Russian Federation
Vodafone Czech Republic a.s. – Czech Republic
Vodafone DSL – Germany
Vodafone GmbH – Germany
Vodafone Ireland – Ireland
Vodafone Limited – United Kingdom
Vodafone Omnitel B.V. – Italy
Vodafone Qatar Q.S.C.
Vodafone Spain – Spain
Vozplus – Spain
WideOpenWest – United States
Wireless Data Service Provider Corporation – United States
YHC Corporation – United States
Ytl Communications Sdn Bhd
Zain Saudi Arabia
Ziggo – Netherlands
The Flow VPN network consists of hundreds of servers across more than 60+ countries. We publish ping times from each VPN server along with the latest server status information.
Estonia – new!
Greece – new!
Slovakia – new!
Asia & Oceania
China (Hong Kong)
USA: North East
USA: South East
FAQs about Flow VPN
Why should I use a VPN?
The most common reasons for using a virtual private network are:
- to ensure that the data you send and receive is encrypted so you’re protected against hackers stealing your information. This is especially important when you’re using public wifi networks
- to get a faster connection to foreign websites – especially if you’re in a country with relatively poor infrastructure
- to prevent your ISP from being able to see what websites you’re visiting and what content you’re accessing
How does it work?
A virtual private network routes your internet traffic through one or more servers. Instead of asking your ISP to provide content from websites, you connect to a VPN server via your ISP and then the VPN server places all of your requests to other websites and serves content to back to you.
All your ISP can see is that you’re connecting to the VPN server. And with Flow VPN you can choose a server in one of 40 countries.
Flow VPN uses the same type of encryption as online banking to make sure that if anyone happens to be spying on you while you’re on a public wifi network they can’t see what you’re doing.
Performance can be boosted for international browsing by ensuring that the longest part of the journey to the server you’re accessing is done over a fast, direct route instead of using cheap bandwidth that might take the long way round.
That’s quite common practice in parts of the Far East and South America – ISPs have to pay for bandwidth and direct routes across continents are often expensive, so they will choose to route traffic across longer routes to save money at the cost of performance. Choosing a VPN server in a datacentre near your location can ensure that only premium bandwidth is used to cross continents, improving download and upload speeds.
What computers and devices can I use Flow VPN on?
We support and provide instructions for Mac (OS X), iPhone / iPad, Android and Windows 7, 8 and 10.
After you sign up you’ll be taken to our client area where you’ll find your VPN login details, you choose a country, then choose the platform you want to get started with so we can show you instructions. You can log in to your client area whenever you like to get instructions for other platforms.
It’s especially easy to set up Flow VPN on Mac and iOS at the moment as you can download configuration files – just run them once and you’re ready to go. We’re expecting to offer similar facilities for Windows and Android soon.
How many devices can use my subscription?
You can use your Flow VPN subscription on up to four devices at the same time.
How do I know it will work?
At Flow VPN we do our best to provide a reliable and flexible service, offering good quality servers in lots of locations, and supporting multiple VPN protocols so – for instance – if you can’t connect via PPTP you can try L2TP or IKEv2 instead.
Most importantly, we offer a 3-day free trial to new subscribers to give you plenty of opportunity to try our VPN in a few different places before paying any money.
How often can I switch server country?
How does Flow VPN compare to other providers?
At Flow VPN we’re passionate about our customers’ experience of using our service. We believe the things that make a difference are ease of configuration and great support, so:
- We have a global infrastructure that we hope will give you the fastest connections
- We do our best to provide really simple instructions for configuring VPN connections
- We’re always working to expand our online content and resources
- We pride ourselves on providing great support. Our Canadian support team reliably respond to all enquiry by the next business day and we never use automated responses
- We constantly monitor network usage to make sure that we’re providing enough server capacity in the places it’s needed most.
- Unlike some of our competitors, you can choose where your VPN server is
- We offer special ‘via’ routes, sending your traffic through a VPN server that’s near you first, then through another one in the UK or USA, ensuring that your traffic can be routed through premium, super-fast bandwidth for the longest part of its journey
- You can switch between our servers as often as you want – it’s easy to configure as many profiles as you like on your devices so that you can quickly change between server locations
…and if you’ve got this far you’ve probably already noticed that our service is very competitively priced!