As shown by the results of my most recent Private Internet Access speed tests, having this many servers helps PIA deliver performance to be reckoned with.
Though offering only 29 countries may be on the lower end of the scale, all the major locations you would expect are there.
If you find there is a particular country you’re interested in that PIA does not offer, please see my comparison table of the fastest VPN services. Every VPN provider listed there includes server counts and a link to its own server locations page. It should help guide you towards an alternative that will meet your needs.
You can also just take a look at PureVPN, which has servers in a pretty incredible 131 countries – in other words, anywhere you can think of.
And if it’s streaming you’re interested in, do note that there are very few Private Internet Access servers that work with Netflix, or any other service for that matter. Though PIA is well reviewed in many other areas, getting around geo-blocked content is not something they support. They’ve even gone on record to say that.
The tables below break down the most up to date PIA server list by world region, country, and location. It is sortable by country name, location, and server count to make it as easy as possible for you to find the information you’re looking for.
If the exact location (which is most often a city) is unknow, it’s not shown. Countries with multiple locations also have an extra row which shows their total servers counts.
There are 1779 Private Internet Access servers in North America.
There are a very impressive 1265 PIA servers in Europe.
The number of Private Internet Access servers in Oceania is 158.
The PIA server list in Asia currently stands at 64.