ExpressVPN provides a full-fledged VPN service, while Liberty Shield provides a limited, but growing VPN service. Both offer industry-leading encryption and bypass geoblocks for most content. ExpressVPN is a leading service thanks to its vast network of more than 3,000 servers in 94 countries, giving you plenty of options for high-speed connections and torrenting. You’re also protected thanks to its kill switch, no logs policy, and location in the British Virgin Islands. The Liberty Shield VPN offers both proxy and VPN accounts with L2TP and PPTP connections, though Apple no longer supports PPTP on its devices. Liberty Shield also offers unlimited data, quick IP switching, and unlimited bandwidth. However, the service doesn’t support P2P or a kill switch and is based in the UK, so the connection logs may be subject to sharing with intelligence agencies. We also found its service to offer below-average speeds, a small number of servers, and potential leaks, at a cost that is higher than many other options. To learn more about these differences, keep reading below.