VPN providers like to boast about how many servers they have (we’re guilty too – it’s 5258). Having more servers has its advantages, but that doesn’t always guarantee speed. That’s why NordVPN is increasing its focus on building up server quality rather than quantity. Here’s how that will make your experience better:
Apr 03, 2019 · 2 min read
Most VPN providers have thousands of servers around the world and keep acquiring more. But why is there such a race to get more servers? In some cases, more servers equals faster browsing. However, there are many other variables that might improve or hinder your connection. Here are the benefits of having more servers:
Having a lot of servers is great, but it doesn’t always guarantee faster connections and browsing. We’ve always worked to improve both the quantity and quality of our servers, but NordVPN is redoubling its work to replace some of its servers with more powerful ones. Why?
This approach has been paying off. Over the last 9 months, the number of users on our network has grown rapidly, and we continue to exceed user bandwidth demand thanks to our upgrades. Not only are we securing more users, we’re providing them with higher connection speeds as well.
The biggest impact will be gradually increasing service quality and connection speeds. The best part is that you probably won’t even notice any service disruptions – our system administrators are working hard to keep it that way. These upgrades won’t reduce the number of countries we offer (it's 60) – they’ll simply make our existing service even better.
To test the changes for yourself, get NordVPN with our risk-free 30-day guarantee!