Another VPN you should check out is CyberGhost. No Logging, the company is based around the supporting of users privacy as a mission goal and the VPN is just one way they chose to do it. Based in Romania, the CEO does many talks about Internet Privacy and data collection and tends to hire people who a) support the ‘cause’ and b) just get things done.
Relatively affordable, constantly improving and adding services, and has a vast array of servers, does OpenVPN(but supports other connection types) and a premium account has 5 devices (and yes they support routers as a single device) for both desktop and mobile devices with client software for the mobile devices if you want it. Supports Bitcoin (and I think LiteCoin) and has periodical sales.
The only issue I have had is with some customer support interactions went more poorly than they should have but it could have been a lingual problem causing issues with the Support Techs. They all went favourably though and as a matter of fact one time because of a short disconnect of my service they gave me a 6 month extension to my plan.
If you want to try them out you can download the client and use the nerfed free connection to check out the features at CyberGhostVPN.com .