PureVPN and HMA both offer a range of great features. Both use military-grade encryption to secure your connection, a kill switch, and a range of tunneling protocols. Both also offer different connections modes so you can easily choose the best setup for your needs, without having to manually change any settings. However, PureVPN also offers split tunneling, DDoS protection, and DNS, IPv6, and WebRTC leak protection. Both keep partial logs but are open about exactly what they record, what happens with that information, and who has access to it. Neither provider logs your online activity or the sites that you visit. Overall, PureVPN has slightly better customer service. Both providers offer live chat and have helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable customer service assistants, but PureVPN’s live chat channel is available 24/7, whereas HMA’s only operates during specific hours. HMA and PureVPN are both able to bypass geo-restrictions and access popular streaming services like Netflix, although only PureVPN openly guarantees that it can access all regional Netflix versions.