The main thing CyberGhost, Proxy.sh, and TunnelBear have in common, is that all three are excellent, secure VPNs for beginners but they don’t cheap out on quality or features.
That said, each service is inherently different — and one is the best.
Proxy.sh offers an acceptable network of 300+ servers spread out in 57 countries, as well as the security essentials with DNS leak protection, double encryption, and a kill switch. TunnelBear’s Vigilant Mode is virtually the same, but its compact roster of 20 server locations isn’t much to brag about. However, both VPNs pale in comparison to CyberGhost, which puts over 2,200 servers in 60 countries at your disposal, in addition to protection against IP, WebRTC, DNS, and IPv6 leaks.
In terms of privacy, CyberGhost and Proxy.sh are way ahead due to their headquarters in Romania and the Seychelles, respectively. Both locations are outside invasive surveillance — not the case with Canada-based TunnelBear, which makes its home in the Five Eyes.
Proxy.sh has some interesting features, like Tor compatibility. However, it fails to unblock popular streams like Netflix and BBC (despite what the website says), and suffers from shaky performance. CyberGhost is the only VPN to reliably bypass the restrictions on those. It’s also the only one that allows P2P without question — TunnelBear explicitly forbids it and Proxy.sh contradicts itself between its terms of service and BitTorrent guides.
Lastly, neither Proxy.sh nor TunnelBear can match CyberGhost’s hassle-free, 45-day refund guarantee.