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TorGuard provides online privacy and protection, with unlimited speeds and bandwidth. Members can utilize over 1200 servers in more than 40 countries around the world, with up to 5 simultaneous connections. It’s also flexible in terms of supporting various VPN protocol options.
As you’ll see from our list of features and our star ratings, Tor Guard provides a good variety of protocol options (including OpenVPN, SSTP, ikev2, IPSec, L2TP and PPTP). You can also download free Viscosity VPN software when you sign up, meaning you get a greater level of control over the tools and features available.
However, we didn’t find the system quite as user-friendly as others on the market. Whilst there are complex options there, it might, therefore, not be as suitable for people who are new to using a VPN service.
Torrent clients and P2Ps are allowed, so this is a good system if you’re hoping to do a lot of downloading. The service doesn’t keep logs on your activity on the net, and since it has so many servers in operation, your identity should normally be concealed effectively. However, some data might be collected when you use Torguard.net to get in touch with you regarding particular offers. This isn’t total anonymity then, which is a bit disappointing.
Prices are fairly in keeping with industry standard, although 1 month will cost around $10, which is a bit more than we’d hoped, particularly since the site doesn’t offer a free trial. The 1 year plan is around $5 per month, which is a very competitive price.
Sales can be handled through an online instant chat, but inquiries must be handled through the knowledge base or by submitting a ticket. This seems a little like they’re trying to get you to sign up quickly, but potentially don’t care quite so much about if you’re having problems. Still, you can ask the community for support, and a few of the topics were updated recently at the time of this review.
TorGuard offers its users plenty of servers to keep speeds up, but it fails to impress in other areas. Its interface can be confusing and we’re not fully convinced by some of its privacy and protection claims. What’s more, they don’t offer a free trial, so it’s quite difficult for any potential user to decide if the service is for them or not. If you’re interested in trying TorGuard, we recommend contacting the services team over live chat with any question you might have.
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