Evenly matched and (almost) evenly priced – TorGuard and HMA are two VPNs that have a lot in common.
If you’re looking for a huge server network, you can’t go wrong with either of these VPNs. TorGuard has more servers overall (3,000+, compared to 760), while HMA gives you more than triple the server locations (190 against TorGuard’s 55). Both VPNs have very fast speeds and are great for unblocking Netflix, but you’ll need a dedicated IP on TorGuard, and that costs extra.
Unfortunately, there’s another similarity, and it’s not positive. TorGuard is headquartered in the United States, while HMA is UK-based. Neither location is ideal for user privacy due to data retention laws and invasive legislation. Still, both VPNs have solid zero-logs policies, though it should be noted that HMA does keep some non-sensitive logs for diagnostic purposes.
Encryption is strong with both VPN services, and you shouldn’t be worried about your security – at least on desktops. For those apps, TorGuard and HMA have all the essential features and easily pass leaking tests.
HMA offers a 30-day money-back guarantee (as long as you haven’t used more than 10GB of bandwidth) in addition to a 7-day trial. TorGuard only has a 7-day refund guarantee, advertised as a “free trial,” which it’s not.