If you want to ensure that you remain anonymous while surfing the Internet and your footprint is as minimal as ever, ensure a greater degree of security while using public (possibly unsecured) networks, and you also want to bypass various geo-restrictions, then a VPN is exactly what you need.

Fortunately, there are numerous good VPN providers out there, with more and more popping out with each passing day. LetsVPN is one of the latest services to come to the already flooded market betting big on the ever-expanding Asian market.

Potential clients are offered a basic VPN service without many features and the possibility of choosing between various servers such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, China, Singapore, Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

LetsVPN is available on only one popular desktop platform which is Windows, and two mobile ones — iOS and Android. All 3 of them have similar interfaces, with matching color schemes and, overall, manage to offer their users a satisfactory experience.

In the case of the Windows app, things are quite straightforward. The GUI offers users a set of basic information such as the app’s version number, the chosen subscription plan, and the number of days until it expires. Of course, users can easily switch between the aforementioned servers with little to no effort and manage their other devices (if their subscription supports this option), and that’s about it.

To conclude, at first glance, LetsVPN is not exactly what one might call impressive. It’s clearly more focused on the Asian market, but with time the company might expand and with this potential development maybe even start to offer users more useful features. However, if you are just looking for a simple VPN service that works on your computer and your mobile phones, and you find the price to be compelling, then LetsVPN will surely get the job done.

Unfortunately, we weren't able to find any relevant information about the statistics involving the loss of transfer speeds when using the service (even though we have to admit that we didn't notice any significant loses in terms of transfer speeds). Just as concerning is also the fact that there is no information on how the service handles logs (an aspect that could have various potential unwanted effects on your privacy).