IPVanish claims to have 1500+ servers in 75+ locations. And, by my count, those numbers are pretty accurate. To be precise, the VPN runs 1486 servers in 82 locations and 54 countries.
Many VPN providers like to stretch the truth quite significantly about the size of their network. So, it’s nice to see IPVanish being honest and claiming numbers that mostly reflect reality.
While supporting 54 countries doesn’t put IPVanish at the bottom of the top-tier VPN provider server list pack, it’s certainly closer to the lower end of the scale.
It does manage to put some well know providers, including Private Internet Access, to shame. However, IPVanish can’t touch the extensive networks of CyberGhost with 111 locations in 90 countries or PureVPN, which has servers in an almost awe-inspiring 158 locations in 130 countries.
That said, every location I would expect is there. This includes very strong showings in Europe and the United States – over 85% of IPVanish’s servers are in those two regions.
IPVanish also owns all its servers. Most providers opt to lease hardware from data centers, which is never ideal from a security point of view. So, kudos to IPVanish there.
On the performance side of things, IPVanish’s speed test results show excellent numbers. They’re certainly among the best in the VPN industry, with upload speeds standing out as especially impressive.
That level of performance makes IPVanish a great choice for streaming video. However, as I point out in my review, you should keep in mind that there are better VPNs out there for unblocking Netflix (or other similar services for that matter).
The tables below break down the IPVanish servers list by region, country, and city – some countries have servers in multiple locations.
Each table is also sortable by its columns to, hopefully, make finding information easier.
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