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While both PIA and Trust.Zone are very affordable services, PIA earns our vote for overall service by offering more options. Trust.Zone is limited in many areas, including availability of native apps.
Both VPNs offer good value for your money, but Trust.Zone supports torrenting on all servers, while PIA allows torrenting on certain servers only.
Although both VPNs have a kill switch and similar tools in their Windows clients, PIA’s Windows client is more polished and easier to use than the one provided by Trust.Zone.
PIA has its own native, fully-featured Android client that includes a kill switch. Trust.Zone doesn’t have an app for Android, but you can connect to the VPN manually or through third-party apps like OpenVPN.
It’s easier to use PIA’s feature-rich client software for Mac than to manually configure Trust.Zone, which doesn’t have its own Mac application.
You can use PIA’s iOS app on five different iOS devices at the same time. It’s also very easy to use and has a built-in kill switch. Trust.Zone doesn’t have an app for iOS and requires a more difficult manual setup.
If you want to access US geo-restricted services such as Netflix, Trust.Zone can help you do that despite its small server network. Even with its much bigger network of servers and US location, PIA can’t overcome the geoblocks and isn’t good for online streaming.