If you’re looking for a dependable VPN at a very reasonable price, Trust.Zone is right up your alley.
This VPN isn’t feature-packed, nor does it excel at anything in particular — and we dare say this is its biggest strength. What you have here is a stable, no-frills tool that will encrypt your traffic, keep you anonymous with its zero-logging policy, and give you everything you’d expect from a VPN — unlimited speed, unlimited bandwidth, and the peace of mind that you’re safe on the Internet.
Apart from a kill switch for Windows users, there aren't many bells and whistles. A well-organized FAQ section will give you plenty of tips on how to protect yourself externally, as well as internally.
While Trust.Zone may pale in comparison to better-equipped VPNs, we still recommend it as an excellent VPN for first-timers. Novice users will appreciate the tidy, intuitive interface and the simplicity with which the client operates.
Are there weak areas? Sure: server variety isn’t all that great, actual customer support is only available via email, and you certainly won’t be bypassing the Netflix VPN block. But Trust.Zone doesn’t claim to be anything more than it is — simply a VPN you can rely on. And we appreciate an honest provider.
So, users looking for a bit more bang out of their VPN will most likely search for greener pastures. But beginners and casual users may just find everything they’re looking for in Trust.Zone — if there’s any doubt, one can always make use of the 3-day free trial (even though it’s somewhat limited), as well as the 10-day money-back guarantee.
Speed is standard, but it is not as fast as other VPNs.
Speed determines how fast content uploads, so if you're torrenting or streaming, you want the speed to be somewhat identical to your regular internet speed. Since a VPN encrypts your data, it usually takes a bit longer to send your data back and forth, which can slow down your connection. However, if your ISP deliberately slows down your connection (also known as throttling) a VPN might increase your internet speed. Testing a VPN is somewhat pointless because new servers pop up and affect speed. Your speed can also differ according to your location, so your speed test might not match ours. Having said that, we tested the speed in numerous locations to provide you with the average.
Trust.Zone has 128 servers in 31 countries.
VPN newcomers and veterans alike should expect no trouble with installing and configuring Trust.Zone. In our experience, everything was set in just over 2 minutes.
The client itself is not the prettiest one out there, but it’s functional and easy to navigate. Everything is neatly packed, and you won’t find much of a difference between desktop and mobile versions — the latter are well-optimized, too.
As mentioned, Trust.Zone isn’t feature-rich, but that works to the benefit of casual users who often don’t need more than an easy set-up and hassle-free server switching. Trust.Zone has both — the kill switch is also great, but we’d like to see it make an appearance on other operating systems as well.
Although this VPN works well enough to warrant little discussion between user and support, this is no excuse for poor customer service. In that regard, Trust.Zone doesn’t win any awards — emails are your only means of contact, and our advice is to arm yourself with some patience.
Indeed, Trust.Zone’s customer support is nothing to write home about, but there is an exhaustive FAQ section which covers most errors/issues, as well as a troubleshooting guide.
We personally test the customer support team of every VPN we review. This means asking technical question through the live chat feature (where applicable) and measuring the response time for email questions. Whether you need to connect to a specific server, change your security protocol, or configure a VPN on your router, finding a VPN with quality customer support should be important to you.
Trust.Zone is a very affordable VPN — users on a budget will be happy to know that there is a cheap, yet capable solution for their online privacy and security. On top of that, regular discounts can net you a great deal.
There’s also a 3-day trial, which lets you test the service for free. That said, it’s limited to 1 GB of bandwidth, and so is the 10-day money-back guarantee. Our advice: if you’ve subscribed and have second thoughts about this VPN, make sure you don’t exceed the cap so you can get refunded.
You can pay for Trust.Zone with a credit card (VISA, MasterCard), PayPal, or Bitcoin. There are also other options via Avangate and PayPro.
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