ExpressVPN New Terms

Just received an email from ExpressVPN with changes.

In our 14 years in business, we’ve never stopped innovating for you. TrustedServer, ensuring your data never touches a hard drive. Lightway, bringing speed, stability, and better battery life to all your connections. Threat Manager, letting you control what your other apps reveal about you. And those are just some of the latest.

We unveiled our unconditional 30-day money-back guarantee way back in 2009. A couple years later, we introduced 24/7 support by live chat. We developed apps for all major platforms, and they’re now available in 17 languages and counting. Today, our award-winning Aircove router extends VPN protection to every last device in your home. And the list goes on.

We do all of this because we don’t believe in cutting corners—not when it comes to your privacy, security, and online freedom. But building and operating what we believe to be the world’s best VPN service takes enormous resources, and our costs have never stopped rising.

So we’re having to do something we have managed to avoid since we started ExpressVPN back in 2009: Update our prices. At the end of your current 12-month term, or June 24, 2024, your renewal price will be $116.95 USD.

Should you wish to make any changes to your subscription renewal settings, you may do so here.

New benefits available to you today
As part of our commitment to keep enhancing your experience, we’re excited to share the next wave of features and benefits available to you. You can start taking advantage of these now, as part of your current subscription:Up to 8 simultaneous VPN connections—up from 5

A built-in password manager, Keys, for all your devices

We invite you to learn more about these changes. And rest assured, we intend to continue investing in our service and technology to bring you the safest, smoothest, and freest online experience, just as we have always done.

We are grateful for the trust you’ve shown in allowing us to protect you. And we look forward to serving you for many years to come.

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for that price I would jump to proton or mulvad…but thats just me. If you like the service and $10 is fine, go for it.

Something I’ll have to think about but I have to next June to decide. It’s a lot, but never had one issue on all my devices and recently just had to start using an Ivacy sub I picked up a while back because it was cheap and I reached my 5 device limit with ExpressVPN and boy does it suck when a VPN doesn’t work right. Now ExpressVPN raised it to 8 devices so it’s a tough one.:thinking:

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Hello @TXRon has Proton improved their Fire TV/Android TV apps yet? That’s main reason why we haven’t added them to our suggested list yet. Thank you!

Proton has made many improvements with the vpn and all their other services, however I mainly use proton vpn via my router and @Miki might be better suited to speak on the app as he uses it and did before I did. I will say that the 2 best “router” vpn’s ive ever tried are Mulvad and Proton. Proton actually has speeds to equal Mulvad and I never thought that would be. I currently use surfshark for my phone and anything not with a heavy load but for streaming its Proton and mulvad untill it expires and then I will stick with proton.


Good day Troy. No they have not chosen to give users access to the entire “options” module on streaming devices. I should have kept the terse reply I received from their CS dept. but at the time I was disgusted with them and deleted it. In my own words it basically said to stop bothering them and NO they are not going to make changes for streaming devices. It is great on my phone and laptop but, as you well know, they are but a small part of my internet interactions.
Have fun and STREAM ON!!!


I am a 5 year subscriber and just got that email from ExpressVPN this week. I’ll gladly be paying the extra $17 per year and stick with them. Their trouble free performance and consistently fast download/upload speeds are worth every penny of the extra cost and the move to up to 8 devices at once is also nice.


Express VPN has been my go to for quite some time. At home we use SurfShark, for work it’s Express VPN. I find myself using Express on a more regular basis, ZERO issues. Surfshark is good, but at times it gets sketchy and support takes forever to respond. I’m just going to let my SurfShark run out and use Express constantly. And yes, I will even pay for my own personal account, even tho our workplace encouraged use of the Express they pay for us to use during work hours. Just a great product, no issues.