TorGuard and VPNSecure are two VPNs that promise their users a lot, but which one delivers on its promises?
TorGuard has a lot of strong points – its 3,000+ servers will connect you to over 55 countries. Speeds are very good as well, so expect no trouble with streaming or torrenting.
Add top-shelf encryption and multiple supported protocols (including OpenVPN), as well as responsive live chat support, and you have a really strong all-around VPN service. The only drawback is the US company headquarters. Yet in spite of those surroundings, TorGuard has a solid reputation as a VPN that protects your privacy.
VPNSecure (also known as VPN.S) operates out of Australia. While its network is considerably smaller (around 80 servers), you can choose from over 47 countries, which isn’t bad. OpenVPN is this VPN’s preferred protocol, and you also get a SmartDNS service along with HTTP proxies – great for unblocking.
Unfortunately, VPNSecure struggles to provide adequate speeds on some servers. On the other hand, customer support is on point, with quick and helpful answers via live chat.
Lastly, both VPNs include a 7-day money-back guarantee. VPNSecure also has a free version you can try out, but don’t expect much – there’s only one US server available, and bandwidth is capped at 2GB.