Works well for tech-savvy users. Allows NAT connection or public IP (depending on location). Wireguard. Cheaper than others. No email is required. It also supports OpenVPN. Cons: iOS app hasn't transitioned to the 'normal' App Store -- needs TestFlight as of ~September 2022 (last time I tried).
I've been with AzireVPN for around 2 + years now and I cannot remember having any problems with their service. I haven't got the best connection in the world (roughly 80Mbps) but I still get my usual speeds whilst connected, plus my ping in games is actually lower when connected to some of the locations they offer. Obviously like all VPN providers we have no way to know if they are actually keeping logs or not, but in two years of downloading Linux ISOs I haven't received any letters. I cannot comment on customer service as I've never needed to contact them.
Fast, solid, ambitious, and improving from already high standards. I've used it for about two years. It's reliable and has never failed or given me hiccups during use. It has two options for use (Windows). Either their own app using traditional login - or - using Wireguard with preferred settings. The latter is quick and is easily turned off or on whenever I wish.