The Best & Worst VPNs for Torrents 2018

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Ranked 6th from 301 VPNs
Rating for Torrents 4.7
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Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

We recently checked out TunnelBear VPN software and – despite a few minor glitches – it overall delivered a positive and streamlined user experience. This is a multiplatform VPN that works on Mac OS and Windows, as well as Android and iOS. With only 20 servers spread out across different locations around the world, we were surprised that lag-time while running the VPN wasn’t very noticeable, despite there being no server in our current location. However, YouTube did play rather slow. In compari

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5
Ranked 7th from 301 VPNs
Rating for Torrents 4.6
Guy Fawkes, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

If you are tired of being told what content you can and can’t view online, and if you do not like the idea of your ISP or the government watching over everything you do on the web, then you might want to consider getting a VPN. This can make it easy to get around blocks on content, and much more. It also allows you to surf the web while essentially being “invisible”. There are a number of companies that are offering VPN services today including BTGuard. BTGuard offers anonymous bit torrent servi

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14
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5
Ranked 8th from 301 VPNs
Rating for Torrents 4.6
Daniel Krohn, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

CyberGhost offers a “Torrent Anonymously” profile that lets you connect to P2P compatible servers. The company takes torrenting seriously, and will only connect you to servers that are in locations where it is legal to download. CyberGhost also prioritizes security when it comes to torrenting; it does not keep logs and offers IP and DNS leak protection. While there are only a number of P2P compatible servers to torrent on, the list of servers for general use (over 1,100 in 50+ countries) far

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Ranked 9th from 301 VPNs
Rating for Torrents 4.5
John Norris, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

Trust.Zone has pretty much everything most VPN users are looking for: A helpful website, user-friendly apps, and the ability to bypass Netflix geo-blocks. However, it doesn’t have 24/7 customer support. The choice of protocols is also limited, but since they offer OpenVPN – the favorite protocol for several users – protocol choice isn’t a big problem. Trust.zone allows 3 devices per license, but it is not compatible with a router. It also has no apps or config files for smart TV. The price p

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3
Ranked 10th from 301 VPNs
Rating for Torrents 4.5
Catherine Ablett, VPN Expert (vpnMentor)

PrivateVPN is slowly moving up in the VPN market. Its six simultaneous connections, no logs policy, and high speed are what most look for in a VPN. Instead of different subscription plans, PrivateVPN offers a single plan that users can subscribe to for 1 month, 3 months or 12 months. The longer the subscription duration, the more generous the discounts are. It also offers a 30-day money back guarantee, but we did not succeed in canceling our account. The only way to cancel your account and get

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6