OverPlay and ibVPN compete closely in terms of their built-in SmartDNS services, strong encryption features, and size of their server networks. Both ibVPN and OverPlay are available in more than 40 countries. However, OverPlay has over 650+ servers spread across those locations, whereas ibVPN has only 100+ servers. Neither VPN has a data cap or speed limit. They also both offer unlimited server switching, which is great to enhance your anonymity, discover new content, and avoid geographical price discrimination. Unfortunately, however, OverPlay isn’t able to bypass some geoblocks despite the huge effort they put into their SmartDNS service. You won’t experience this problem with ibVPN. In terms of security and the software available for numerous platforms (Windows, Android, MacOS, and iOS), ibVPN offers multi-protocol support in the form of IKEv2, L2TP, OpenVPN, SoftEther, SSTP, and StealthVPN. Furthermore, ibVPN also has a kill switch and anonymity features, like double VPN and Tor over VPN. In contrast, OverPlay supports only three tunneling protocols (one of which is OvenVPN) and lacks critical security features like a kill switch. Getting support from OverPlay isn’t as easy as it is with ibVPN; OverPlay’s customer support is only available via email; while ibVPN has a highly responsive live chat team. For value for money, ibVPN offers different packages at a good bargain with a 15-day money-back guarantee. On the other hand, OverPlay only offers a 5-day money-back guarantee and their plans are more expensive. Let’s see how these two VPNs differ in a more detailed comparison by category.