Comparison

SuperVPN review vs. AVG Secure VPN review

⏳ Short on time? Here’s the overall winner.

The better choice between SuperVPN and AVG Secure VPN is AVG Secure VPN. Here are all the things which we’ve tested:

  • Privacy: SuperVPN has worse privacy features than AVG Secure VPN
  • Features: SuperVPN has less features than AVG Secure VPN
  • Speed: SuperVPN is faster than AVG Secure VPN
  • Countries:  SuperVPN has more countries available than AVG Secure VPN
  • Security: SuperVPN has worse security than AVG Secure VPN
  • Price: SuperVPN is more expensive than AVG Secure VPN
  • Compatibility: Same price
  • Support: Same support

1. Privacy

I’ll start with a comparison of the most important aspect of any VPN - privacy. During review I will consider whether VPN logs anything (IP address, traffic, DNS logs, bandwidth, or any type of timestamps) and the jurisdiction of VPN’s country of origin.

NameSuperVPNAVG Secure VPN
IP addressYesYes
DNSYes Yes
TrafficYesNo
BandwidthYesYes
TimestampsYesYes

SuperVPN is located in United States which is part of 5 9 14 eyes countries and is part of enemies of the internet countries while AVG Secure VPN is located in Czech Republic which is part of 5 9 14 eyes countries and is part of enemies of the internet countries.

It’s important to note that If you are like me and you will be using VPN only to unblock GEO-restricted content, privacy will not be that important factor but it’s still essential for any VPN.

2. Features

The next category I want to compare are features of SuperVPN and AVG Secure VPN such as kill-switch, unblocking of streaming, support of P2P traffic (torrenting). I am a heavy user of various streaming platforms so for me it’s important whether VPN unblocks major streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, HBO or BBC. I don’t do much torrenting but it’s always good to use a VPN while doing so. If this is an important factor for you, definitely look for a VPN which supports P2P traffic.

NameSuperVPNAVG Secure VPN
Kill-switchNoYes
Streaming (Netflix)NoYes
P2P traffic - torrentsNoYes

As you can see from the comparison table above, SuperVPN doesn't have kill-switch, doesn't support streaming services, and doesn't support torrenting. On the flipside AVG Secure VPN has kill-switch, supports streaming services, and supports torrenting.

3. Speed

Being hidden behind VPN shouldn’t limit the speed of your connection. I’ve measured the speed of each VPN against a 100mbps connection - which should be sufficient for any activities including heavy streaming in 4K or downloading large files.

In my test SuperVPN was more on the below average side while AVG Secure VPN had average speed. If there were no limits in speed on a 100mbps connection, I consider VPN a “fast” one. If the speed is limited somehow but still achieving decent values, I categorize it as “average”. The “slow” is usually used for VPNs which limit your bandwidth significantly.

4. Security

I will start by comparing the type of encryption SuperVPN and AVG Secure VPN use, what tunnelling protocols are available, and finally we’ll test whether it leaks the IP address or DNS.

NameSuperVPNAVG Secure VPN
Encryption2096-bit256-bit
Tunneling protocolsPPTP and SSLOpenVPN and HTTPS
IP leaksYesYes
DNS leaksYesYes

The most important factor of a VPN service is a strong encryption of the traffic which is forwarded through the VPN servers. The most common encryption types in cryptography are SHA encryption or AES encryption which are not really comparable against each other. There might be different lengths of encryptions (eg. 128-bit, 256-bit, 2048-bit) and while usually the higher is the better, for most use cases you will be fine with any encryption. Watch-out if there is no encryption at all. SuperVPN uses 2096-bit and PPTP and SSL protocol and AVG Secure VPN uses 256-bit and es 2096-bit and OpenVPN and HTTPS protocols. I’ve tested both VPNs also for IP and DNS leaks and SuperVPN had no IP leaks and No DNS leaks while AVG Secure VPN had No IP leaks and No DNS leaks. 

5. Price

Probably one of the most important decision factor for the majority of users will be price. Shocking? Not really. We all love to compare things and I am not different. It’s always good to get the best value for your hard-earned money, isn’t it? So let’s see whether SuperVPN or AVG Secure VPN is cheaper.

NameSuperVPNAVG Secure VPN
Price$8.00$2.49
Trial versionYesYes

6. Compatibility

SuperVPN supports 5 connections at the same time while it works fine on all the platforms below. You can use AVG Secure VPN on 5 devices at the same time with support of all these platforms:

NameSuperVPNAVG Secure VPN
WindowsYesYes
MacOSYesYes
Linux
AndroidYesYes
iOSYesYes

7. Support

Should you have any problems with SuperVPN or AVG Secure VPN you can reach out to their support via:

NameSuperVPNAVG Secure VPN
LivechatNoNo
EmailYesYes
PhoneYesYes

Summary

SuperVPN ranked in our list on 93. position while AVG Secure VPN. is on 56 position. If you are looking for a better choice, see our rankings here.