TorVPN is based in the United Kingdom for purposes of the data protection act. They offer Proxy, VPN, and much more. They have seven servers located in Australia, Hungary, Russia, the United States, Sweden, Hong Kong, and the United Kingdom. That’s not quite as impressive as the thousands on offer from ExpressVPN. However, TorVPN does offer OpenVPN, SSH, and PPTP encryption, so we’ll see how well it stands up against our top-rated VPNs.
It’s a no win for streaming. TorVPN’s terms of service state that it doesn’t prioritize streaming, so unsurprisingly I was unsuccessful when trying to access Netflix US or UK. If you’re after Netflix, check out our top picks instead, as they are guaranteed to unblock all major Netflix libraries and offer incredible speeds for streaming.
When you sign up, and you get to their control panel, you can check a box labeled TorVPN that will tunnel all your data through their TOR network. It’s also easy to access top level domains, such as .onion without running the TOR browser. You can use the TorVPN DNS server to resolve .bit, .onion, .oss, .free, .pirate, and many other top level domains. You can also participate in peer-to-peer file sharing on their servers.
Their software works on Linux, Windows, iPhone, MacOS, and Android. OpenVPN works on all of those platforms, and if you have any complications setting up OpenVPN on your operating system or device, you can still use PPTP. If you have any concerns or questions, you can always contact their live support or their use their contact form.
You can use Bitcoin payments for their services, or you can use a credit or debit card, or PayPal.
If you want to start off on the free plan, you can use it for seven days with unlimited speed and choose one server. You get to have one open session at a time, and you get access to OpenVPN, PPTP, SSH Tunnel, and two gigabytes of traffic. There are no guarantees with this service, and there might be some time limits, depending on availability.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive option, they also have an option that is valid for fifteen days. This comes with one server, unlimited speed, two sessions, OpenVPN and PPTP, SSH Tunnel, no time limit, and five gigabytes of traffic.
There’s the custom option. You can choose up to twelve months of service with this option. It’s unlimited speed, you can choose any server you like, and you can choose from two to up to twenty simultaneous sessions. You’ll have access to OpenVPN, PPTP, and SSH Tunnel. There’s no time limit, and you can choose from ten to ten thousands gigabytes of traffic.
The Pro VPN package is valid for thirty days. It’s unlimited speed, you can choose between two servers, two sessions, OpenVPN and PPTP, SSH Tunnel, and there isn’t a time limit. You can have up to sixty gigabytes of traffic.
The Silver VPN comes with all the basic servers, three sessions, and unlimited speed. You choose between OpenVPN, PPTP, and SSH Tunnel. There isn’t a time limit, and you can have up to a hundred gigabytes of traffic.
The final option is the Gold VPN and it comes with all the basic servers, unlimited speed, four sessions, OpenVPN, PPTP, SSH Tunnel, no time limit and unlimited traffic.
Do we think it’s up there with our most highly-rated VPNs? We find it hard to say yes. There are plenty more attractive packages on offer from them, for much better value for money.
And if streaming is your forté, I’d suggest looking elsewhere, as TorVPN can’t unblock major streaming sites., including Netflix. Don’t worry, we’ve rounded up our best VPNs for Netflix to help you decide on another vendor.
|Does VPN keep logs?||Yes|
|Number of servers||10|
|Number of devices per license||Unlimited|