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 packages are pretty affordable, and they also run special deals and discounts to help users save some extra bucks.
What we really like is how Trust.Zone comes with a 3-day free trial and allows a maximum download of 1GB. There is also a 10-day money-back guarantee. While it’s not as long as some of its other competitors, it’s plenty of time to see if you like the VPN or not.
With 128 servers in 31 countries, Trust.Zone has good speed. Even though the network isn’t large, the company continues to add new servers. It’s also able to access Netflix, BBC iPlayer, and other streaming sites, which is a major feat.
Security is also a plus for Trust.Zone; the VPN has a kill-switch, AES-256 bit encryption, OpenVPN and L2TP over IPSec (the only two protocols offered), and a warrant canary.
A warrant canary indicates that this company has never been asked for any user details by the government. While this does not mean that they will not reveal anything if the government approaches them in the future, it does add a level of transparency to Trust.Zone’s services.
And, while they don’t promote it as one of their features, Trust.Zone does allow P2P torrenting on their servers.
Overall, it’s a good VPN and serves almost all purposes for which users seek a VPN.
It protects your identity, hides your IP, helps you connect to Netflix, and prevents ISP snooping. The rates are pretty affordable too, and there’s a discount if you buy the subscription with Bitcoin.