With 650+ servers in over 50 countries for OverPlay VPN and about 20 servers in 20 countries for TunnelBear, these two VPN providers are nowhere near each other in size. OverPlay also provides a combined VPN and DNS service, whereas TunnelBear focuses solely on providing a secure VPN. They don’t even support the same protocols, with OverPlay supporting the PPTP, L2TP, and OpenVPN protocols, while TunnelBear supports OpenVPN, IKEv2 and IPSec.
Like most popular VPNs, however, these two providers share some key similarities. They both offer user-friendly apps for all major mobile and desktop operating systems and use military-grade 256-bit encryption in all of them. TunnelBear and OverPlay also provide unlimited bandwidth on all paid plans for both regular and P2P traffic, placing no restrictions on torrenting. These two providers also allow multiple simultaneous connections. Let’s break this contest down category by category to determine which VPN is better.