(For the purpose of a fair comparison, we’ve chosen to compare ibVPN’s “Ultimate VPN” plan with TorGuard)
TorGuard and ibVPN – two VPN services with plenty of attractive benefits. But which one is the better all-around VPN for you?
In the past, this comparison would have been lopsided, with ibVPN losing badly. However, ibVPN has really stepped up recently by fixing serious stability issues and improving speeds. Both VPNs now offer an exceptional service with 256-bit encryption and live chat support.
If a VPN’s registered location is important to you, then Romania-based ibVPN may be the better option than US-based TorGuard. On paper, ibVPN offers better privacy because of its location beyond the gaze of the 14 Eyes, but both VPNs have (so far) fulfilled their no-log promises.
TorGuard’s main advantage is server network size – over 3,000 of them across 50+ countries. Although ibVPN can connect you to almost as many countries, it runs a more compact network of 140+ servers.
With ibVPN, you get double encryption, Tor over VPN, and even proxy servers. Both VPNs have obfuscation settings for censorship-heavy regions like China, but ibVPN is a cheaper alternative for unblocking Netflix.
Lastly, TorGuard offers a 7-day money-back guarantee. With ibVPN, you get 15 days for a refund, in addition to a free 24-hour trial.