PrivateVPN and ZenMate are among the most respected VPNs on the market and are known for excellent security, with advanced features like leak protection, 256-bit encryption, and a kill switch. They both provide apps for all major operating systems, including iOS and Android, and are capable of getting past tough geo-restrictions, even the blocks on providers like Netflix and Hulu. Differences between these providers include contrasting approaches to building out a server network. While ZenMate provides around 300 servers in over 30 countries, PrivateVPN operates a streamlined array of over 100 servers in 56 countries. PrivateVPN also allows up to six simultaneous device connections, while ZenMate allows only five. In addition, PrivateVPN has a more generous refund policy, offering a 30-day money-back guarantee, while ZenMate offers refunds within 14 days for new subscribers. One standout feature of PrivateVPN’s service is the availability of Remote Help for users struggling to install the apps on their devices. No other VPN provider offers a similar option. So PrivateVPN has claimed the early lead – read on to see which of these VPNs comes out on top in the end.