We'll be keeping this part of the page updated with testimonials from people who've been successful using ExpressVPN in China, even with tightening restrictions on the Internet.
May 16th, 2016: ExpressVPN continues to produce happy customers residing in China, like this guy right here:
March 8th, 2016: ExpressVPN still going strong against China's crackdown on the Internet.
February 9th, 2016 Happy Lunar New Year, everyone! Just wanted to let you know that we haven't experienced any downtime from ExpressVPN (even with the holidays). And also here's a drawing of a Monkey. Enjoy!
October 28th, 2015: Here are a few more ExpressVPN users proving you CAN stay connected to the Internet even behind the GFW.
July 11th, 2015: ExpressVPN getting a lot of love from netizens travelling to China. Happy to report that the service has been consistent for us as well.
March 20th, 2015: More thoughts from users on the ground in China about ExpressVPN as seen on Twitter and Facebook!
February 27th, 2015: Hope everyone has had a good Year of the Ram/Sheep/Goat so far. Here's another testimonial that a user from Beijing posted to ExpressVPN's Facebook page.
February 18th, 2015: As you know, in recent months the Chinese government has become increasingly draconian in controlling the Chinese Internet.
We've searched far and wide and tried every VPN provider out there, including Astrill, StrongVPN, VyprVPN, and more. As of now, our understanding based on chatter from China VPN users is that ExpressVPN is the only one that consistently performs well in different regions in China.
Therefore, we continue to recommend it as the best VPN for China. So does this China user:
And with that: Happy Lunar New Year, everybody! Hopefully in the Year of the Ram the GFW situation in China will get better.
February 9th, 2015:
More love for ExpressVPN from customers in the last week via Twitter:
January 29th, 2015:
With the recent blockages of several popular VPN providers, several ExpressVPN users chimed in on Twitter and Facebook about how they're still "punching through the Firewall."
January 10 2015
As of the recent Dec 2014 blocking of foreign sites and services including Gmail, we're happy to report that ExpressVPN servers are working fine for China users.
Living in China can be pretty awesome. The people, the language, the culture, the history, the food - all of these make China a great place to live or visit.
But there are downsides, too. Aside from the pollution, many of us have to battle the excruciatingly slow, blocked Internet just to get stuff done every day.
On Windows? Mac? Android or iPhone? We have an app for you!
If you need to unblock websites in China,
ExpressVPN is the #1 choice.
- High speed VPN network specifically engineered to be fast from anywhere in China
- Easy to set up on all your devices (whether you're a Mac or PC person, iPhone or Android person)
- Server locations in Asia (Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Malaysia) mean that there's always a nearby server location that will guarantee fast speeds
- Good selection of US West Coast servers for those who want to stream American services
- Unlimited bandwidth, unlimited server switches, unlimited speed, and 99.9% uptime
- Simultaneous connections from 1 computer and 1 mobile/tablet device
- No logging of your browsing activity
- 24-7 Live Chat support
- 30-day money-back guarantee (more generous than most other providers)
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Not convinced yet?
Let us remind you what it's like to use the Internet in China (without a VPN):
It's hard to stay in touch with people.
Social apps blocked in China include Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
And impossible to stay up-to-date with international news.
New York Times, Bloomberg, Bloomberg Businessweek, Google News, and all blogs on wordpress.com and blogspot are blocked.
It's a headache to try to get work done.
Productivity services like Gmail, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Calendar, and Dropbox are also blocked.
It's a headache to have fun, too!
And good luck trying to watch YouTube videos or stream from Netflix!
With ExpressVPN, you can use the Internet in China without restrictions.
Thousands of happy customers use it to bypass Chinese Internet restrictions every day!
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If you don't like it, they have a 30-day money-back guarantee. Try it risk free.
Frequently Asked Questions
- 1-year plan: $8.32/month ($99.95/year) - 35% savings
- 6-month plan: $9.99/month ($59.95/half year)
- 1-month plan: $12.95/month
Thousands of customers use ExpressVPN every day. Their service is optimized for users in China, with a good selection of reliable server locations in Asia.
They also have 24/7 Live Chat support. Their support agents are responsive, knowledgeable, and friendly, and ready to answer any question you might have about getting set up or choosing server locations or protocols.
If things don't work out, you're 100% eligible and backed by their 30-day money-back guarantee. They'll give you your money back in the first 30 days - no questions asked.
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Yes - you can pay with Alipay or UnionPay!
Running a secure and ultra fast network on ExpressVPN's scale is expensive. As compared to budget VPN providers, ExpressVPN invests in a better and more reliable platform to give a superior experience to their customers, and our round-the-clock customer support . If you sign up for a year, you get 35% off.
As with most other things in life, you get what you pay for!