Trust.Zone and PIA are two respected names in the VPN industry. Both VPNs offer cheap prices and accept Bitcoin. You get a 7-day money-back guarantee with PIA, but with Trust.Zone you get a 10-day money-back guarantee and a free trial. Even though it doesn’t keep logs, US-based PIA complies with the country’s data retention laws, while Trust.Zone is based in the privacy-friendly Seychelles.
The most obvious difference between these VPNs is network size: PIA has 3,000+ servers in over 30 countries and Trust.Zone has 120+ servers in 30+ countries. However, Trust.Zone can bypass the Netflix block and works in China, while PIA can’t get past either barrier. With PIA, you can connect up to five devices simultaneously, but with Trust.Zone, you are limited to a maximum of three. Both VPNs offer strong encryption and support P2P, but unlike PIA, Trust.Zone allows torrenting on all of its servers. On the other hand, PIA has slick apps for all major platforms including Linux, but Trust.Zone offers only a native client for Windows.
As you can see, which VPN is better depends on your purpose, so we’ve broken it down by category.