Industry-leader NordVPN is up against a relatively new iteration of an established company. AVG Secure was bought by Avast in 2016 and has started to look more like Avast SecureLine, which doesn’t seem to be enough to beat NordVPN. Both services use 256-bit encryption, include apps for all major platforms, support torrenting, offer wi-fi protections, provide 30-day money-back guarantees, and can unlock geo-restricted content like Netflix. However, NordVPN offers more than 5,400 servers while AVG Secure has just over 50 server locations – its help team would not confirm the total server count when we asked. AVG Secure is based in the Czech Republic and keeps partial logs. It’s not cheap and does not offer a monthly plan (the minimum subscription period is one year). NordVPN falls under the jurisdiction of Panama, which does not have any invasive data retention laws, and this means that NordVPN has a true zero-logs policy. While NordVPN’s monthly plans can be a little pricey, its yearly plans offer amazing value for money. Keep reading to discover which VPN is right for you.