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What's The Difference Between Packages?Updated 8 months ago

At KeepYourHomeIP, we offer three distinct packages to cater to your VPN networking needs: Economy Light, Economy, and Business. All packages come with a server router to be used in your home and a travel router to carry with you. The primary differences between the packages lie in the router models, the maximum VPN speeds they can sustain, and the WiFi standards they support. This guide will help you make an informed decision on which package is the best fit for you, based on your specific needs.

Factors to Consider

Before delving into the specifics of each package, here are some factors you should consider:

  • Home Upload Speed: Determine the upload speed offered by your home Internet Service Provider (ISP). Your VPN speed can't exceed this limit.
  • Number of Connected Devices: Estimate how many devices will be connected to the VPN simultaneously. More devices often require more bandwidth.
  • WiFi Standards: Do you need WiFi 4, WiFi 5, or WiFi 6? The higher the standard, the better the performance and range, but it may also require compatible client devices.

Package Comparison

Economy Light

  • Max VPN Speed: 45 Mbps
  • WiFi Standard: WiFi 4 (802.11n 2.4GHz)
  • Best For: Users with modest home upload speeds and few connected devices. Supports connecting 1 device with an Ethernet cable.


  • Max VPN Speed: 150 Mbps
  • WiFi Standard: WiFi 5 (802.11ac Dual Band)
  • Best For: Users with moderate home upload speeds and a moderate number of devices. Supports connecting 2 devices with an Ethernet cable.


  • Max VPN Speed: 300 Mbps
  • WiFi Standard: WiFi 6 (802.11ax Dual Band)
  • Best For: Users with high-speed home Internet and multiple high-demand devices. Supports connecting 1 device with an Ethernet cable.


Choosing the right package will greatly influence your VPN experience. By factoring in your home ISP speed, the number of devices, and your desired WiFi standard, you can select a package that closely matches your requirements.

Always remember that the actual speeds can vary due to several external factors, such as your ISP at the home location and the travel location, as well as the distance between your server router and travel router.

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