PureVPN has one of the largest and most geographically diverse VPN networks around. With a massive 5875 servers in 129 countries and spread across 157 cities, very few other VPN providers come even close.
In fact, if you take a look at the numbers in summary table at the bottom of my best VPNs comparison guide, you’ll notice that PureVPN’s geographical server diversity is second in size only to HideMyAss!.
Below is the most up to date PureVPN hardware list broken down by world regions. The table for each region is sortable by the country name, the city the server is located in, and the number of servers at that location.
For countries which have servers in multiple locations (like the US or the UK, for example) I have also added an extra table line showing the country total. If you see a line which doesn’t specify a city, that’s what you’re looking at.
Some of PureVPN’s servers are virtual. Those that are are marked as such in the “Server Types” column.
Finally, if you’re curious how PureVPN’s servers perform, I invite you to take a look at my most recent PureVPN speed tests. At the risk of spoling the results, they’re quite impressive.
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