TorGuard and Trust.Zone are two very popular – and wildly different – VPN services.
TorGuard’s main strengths are its massive server network (over 3,000 in 55+ countries) and great native apps for all major platforms. Trust.Zone only offers around 125 servers across 30 countries, but it’s quite simple to set up on Windows.
Trust.Zone is also better at guaranteeing anonymity, thanks to its headquarters in the privacy-supportive Seychelles and the warrant canary page. TorGuard is based in the United States, so the privacy-conscious have to worry about data retention laws and the invasive NSA.
Trust.Zone is the cheaper option, making the service and features it offers even more impressive. TorGuard is expensive in comparison, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s not worth the money. It offers reliable access to Netflix with a dedicated IP address, and the “stealth” settings are super useful for bypassing the Great Firewall of China and other online censorship.
Lastly, TorGuard allows you to claim a refund within seven days of subscribing. Trust.Zone offers a 3-day trial limited to 1GB of bandwidth, as well as a 10-day money-back guarantee. However, you’re only eligible for a full refund if you’ve used less than 1GB of bandwidth; if you exceed that limit, you can ask for a partial refund.