In a highly competitive VPN market, TorGuard has managed to earn the respect of millions of users. This provider is a little expensive, but you do get what you pay for and with TorGuard. This means: an expansive network coverage, five simultaneous connections, a kill switch and stealth connection to bypass the Great Firewall of China. While TorGuard is great for bypassing government censorship, UnoTelly could just be the perfect solution for unblocking geo restricted sites, including Netflix. On the downside, UnoTelly lacks a client of its own and mostly focuses on the low-strength PPTP protocol. UnoTelly’s most generous proposition is its support for simultaneous connection for an unlimited number of devices. However, UnoTelly does not offer much in the way of expansive server coverage or reliable speeds. Astrill, on the other hand, projects itself as a high-end VPN with servers in over 49 countries. Like TorGuard, Astrill has a strict no-logging policy, offers OpenVPN, DNS leak protection, a kill switch and relatively robust encryption. While offering impressive connection speeds, Astrill may not be ideal if you desire more than two simultaneous connections.