Expat Vision and Savvy Tech are both still working. For a full service the former is €33 and the latter is €25 both per month. They work pretty much the same with small technical detailed differences, e.g Savvy Tech has 4 weeks catchup compared to one week on Expat Vision but Expat Vision has catchup on more channels. They both tend to have minor hiccups from time to time, e.g. pausing even on a fast broadband and/or speech out of synch but this only happens on individual channels from time to time or a specific file.
I don't currently use a VPN but ExpressVPN and NordVPN both seem to come out well in the latest Expert Reviews survey
. They did report some slight security issues with PureVPN. They "found several examples, both in the Windows and iOS clients, where DoILeak.com’s tests spotted suspicious patterns that might point to use of a VPN or proxy service and/or a discrepancy in timezones between the browser and the VPN". In other words it could be possible for someone to spot that you are using a VPN. Given the situation in Hong Kong I am not sure PureVPN can guarantee no logging for much longer, e.g. if China takes a more proactive role in running Hong Kong.