ExpressVPN and proXPN are two popular services that provide significant functionality, but present a clear choice based on servers and customer support. Both services give you double VPN capabilities (chaining VPN connections for added security and harder detection), protect your data, work across most major platforms, include support for OpenVPN, and give you a 30-day risk-free trial. ExpressVPN is a top choice for many people because it gives you access to more than 3,000 servers, has specialty P2P options, uses military-grade encryption, and has no leaks or caps limit. We also found it to be about twice as fast in this comparison. proXPN has 65 servers across 15 countries and features a kill switch. The free proXPN service has significant limitations, such as struggling to unblock content like Netflix, no P2P support, and caps on speeds. The premium package does lift caps on speeds and supports P2P. Upgrading also gives you access to all 65 servers, not just the free Miami option. Unfortunately, proXPN uses 512-bit encryption, which is fairly vulnerable instead of the typical AES-256 encryption. Additionally, proXPN has offices in the Netherlands and the US, so either way, is headquartered in a Five-Eyes or Nine-Eyes Alliance country. Keep reading to see which service best serves your needs.