Both Trust.Zone and ibVPN are popular, reliable VPNs. These two VPNs have topnotch security infrastructure with 256-bit encryption and support for OpenVPN. Trust.Zone supports L2TP/IPsec as well, while ibVPN supports a wider range of protocols, such as PPTP, SSTP, IKEv2, Stealth VPN, SoftEther, and Shadowsocks VPN. As an additional security precaution, ibVPN has double VPN and Tor over VPN, features that Trust.Zone lacks. For privacy, both VPN providers have very strict no-logs policies, a kill switch, and advanced leak protection. Trust.Zone also issues a daily warrant canary. Trust.Zone and ibVPN have their own dedicated clients for Windows and Android; however, only ibVPN has apps for MacOS and iOS. If you want to use Trust.Zone on Apple devices, you need to do a manual setup. Server and location numbers are almost equal with these two providers: 165 servers in 34 countries for Trust.Zone and 150+ servers in 47 countries for ibVPN. With Trust.Zone, you can connect 3 devices simultaneously, and at an extra cost, you can connect 3 more. On ibVPN’s Ultimate VPN plan, you can have 5 simultaneous connections. Trust.Zone is cheaper than ibVPN and offers a 3-day free trial and a 10-day money-back guarantee period. However, the free trial comes with limited capabilities. In contrast, ibVPN gives you a 24-hour free trial to test it with no limits and a 15-day money-back guarantee. Both VPNs also accept numerous payment methods, ranging from all major credit/debit cards and PayPal to Bitcoin and several others. When you need help, ibVPN has live chat support and a ticket system; Trust.Zone’s customer support is only available through a ticket system. Both providers have informative FAQ sections and setup tutorials on their respective websites. Let’s see who is the winner by comparing them by category.