TorGuard and AirVPN have some obvious differences – but which one is the better service?
Users looking for lots of servers will certainly find them with TorGuard, which offers over 3,000 of them in 50+ countries. That’s a huge difference compared to AirVPN’s 220 servers in 20 countries,
AirVPN takes good care of its network, however, resulting in a VPN that works great for unblocking geo-restricted content and even bypassing the Great Firewall of China. TorGuard also has stealth features that are very effective against heavy censorship, but reliable access to Netflix requires a dedicated IP address – and that’s quite an expensive extra feature.
AirVPN also offers flexible pricing, as well as amazing advanced features. However, the open source client (called Eddie) looks a bit dated and requires some knowledge of VPN technology to use. TorGuard offers new users an easier time with a more intuitive interface, and unlike AirVPN, it isn’t limited to the OpenVPN protocol – you can use SSTP and L2TP/IPsec as well.
As for refunds, TorGuard gives you seven days to get your money back after you subscribe. While not much, that’s better than AirVPN’s 3-day refund guarantee, which is forfeited if you use more than 5GB of bandwidth.