Low price is one of the main benefits of IronSocket. In particular, it has one of the lowest prices for 3 devices in the industry, and you can add any amount of extra devices for just $1.5 a month per device. A monthly subscription will cost you $6.99, the 6 months plan costs $35.95, a year costs $49.95. You may pay with your credit card, PayPal, American Express, Bitcoin. The company will refund you in full within 7 days if you won’t keep using it.
IronSocket has a very quality website which many of its rivals may envy. It has clients for iOS and Android, as well as set-top boxes and game consoles. On the other hand, the site lacks some important information about the service functionality. For example, you won’t find the exact amount of distributed IP servers, load and ping times, amount of simultaneously connected devices (the latter, however, may be found in the docs). That said, the site should be praised for continuous improving quality of service.
The IronSocket security is well ahead of many rivals thanks to its 1024-bit OpenVPN encryption and no-log policy (though some information is still gathered for the purposes of controlling servers and deleted after some time). If you need a faster connection, it is recommended that you use L2TP/IPSec over PPTP and more standard, but no less secure 256-bit encryption. You may opt to use SmartDNS or SOCKS5 proxy.
Simplicity and speed are two main benefits of the IronSocket support which works in the 24/7 mode. Everything is super clear in the FAQ section, all main problems are well covered. If you still experience problems, you may request help on the site or via email.