Trust.Zone VPN

Written by: Per-Erik Eriksson

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  • Servers: 202+
  • Countries: 41+

WHY I LIKE TRUST.ZONE: Trust.Zone is a rather new player in the VPN-game that offers a minimalistic VPN-option for a competitive price. Based in Seychelles with no-logging policies, this is a great alternative for those that want to remain completely anonymous. Unlimited speed and bandwidth make this a decent choice of VPN for P2P-sharing. All common operative systems are supported.


Trust Zone offers a VPN that really offers a lot of bang for your buck.

It boasts top-notch encryption software to keep you hidden while online, doesn’t alter connection speeds, has a built-in kill switch to ensure you aren’t caught with your pants down while browsing.

Plus, the service has a competent customer support service that is on standby and will give you knowledgeable responses to make your experience with the service as smooth as possible.

This service is perfect for those that want a low maintenance VPN that allows you to use torrenting services, watch Netflix anywhere in the world, and log into public Wi-Fi connections without any hassle or fear of having your data stolen.

So, if this sounds like this one is for you and you want a great price, try Trust.Zone VPN.

Speed and servers of Trust.Zone VPN

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Our baseline while performing speed tests of Trust.Zone.

TrustZone currently has 185+ servers in 91 zones.

The download speeds were tested on 5 different servers around the world with the VPN connected to the closest one. These are the results:

Baseline: 92.29 Mbps download, 95.24 Mbps upload.

  • USA: 76.32 Mbps download, 82.24 Mbps upload.
  • Sweden: 85.79 Mbps download, 82.18 Mbps upload.
  • South Korea: No server.
  • Spain: 78.91 Mbps download, 71.37 Mbps upload.
  • Brazil: 46.22 Mbps download, 51.07 Mbps upload.

These tests were performed with

Trust.Zone is decent for HD-streaming and will be excellent for general privacy usage.

The only complaint I could possibly have is the lack of a South Korean VPN server. I have forwarded this to support who said they will send it through to the right people.

Encryption and logs

This VPN uses an industry-standard AES-256 bit encryption, meaning that you have the best protection available at your disposal with this service.

This goes for the tunneling protocol as well, as this service uses the best in the business which is, of course, OpenVPN.

The service does offer an alternative protocol in the form of the L2TP protocol, but we wouldn’t advise using this over the far superior OpenVPN.

Then with regards to this company’s approach to your privacy, they maintain a no-logging policy.

This means that all the data you search and the activity you get up to online is yours and yours alone.

They will store your email address, but this is only to contact you about changes to the service.

Overall, this service has real respect for your privacy.

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Transparency – Who are Trust.Zone?

Trust zone as a company seems to be a very transparent company that you can trust.

This company is based in Seychelles and was founded in 2014 through a company called Trusted Solutions LLC.

This company is also intricately linked to an Estonian-based company called Tersys Group OÜ who handles Trust Zone’s payment processing.

Seychelles also happens to fall outside the jurisdiction of the three main surveillance bodies so you can rest assured that your data will never be requested by any of these authorities.

Trust zone has gathered 185+ servers in 91 different zones since its story began in 2014 and shows no signs of stopping the expansion.

Trust.Zone VPN with Netflix, Hulu, and other streaming services

Trust.Zone may not be the best VPN to use for Netflix, as I ran into the infamous quote:

You seem to be using an unblocker or proxy. Please turn off any of these services and try again. For more help, visit

However, you can easily circumvent this by using a dedicated IP address that can be easily added to your subscription.

Is TrustZone safe for torrenting?

TrustZone keeps no logs to hand off to authorities and does not restrict p2p-sharing.

DNS-leak test

No DNS leak detected with Trust.Zone VPN. One of the main requirements when being considered for our top list of secure VPN services.

Note: We recommend you test it yourself while it is live on your machine, even if our tests detected none. You can do it easily on our homepage.

Trust.Zone Customer support

Customer support for Trust Zone comes in three forms.

You have the standard email route; you can contact agents via social media, or you can fill out a contact form on their website.

Admittedly, this does lead to a slightly more sluggish back and forth between you and the agent on hand to help.

However, the agents are as responsive as this service allows, very polite and pleasant, and very knowledgeable in their field, meaning that they can solve any query you have and get you back up and running in no time at all.

This service runs from 6 am – 4 pm from Monday to Friday.

So, for those that run businesses that use VPN services or if you’re an early bird, this time slot is ideal.

Price of their service

Then lastly, we have the price of the service.

This VPN is priced very fairly indeed.

You can take advantage of a three-day trial to make sure the service is for you and then after that, there are three subscriptions that you can take out for one month, one year, and two years.

The monthly fee is $8.88 which is very reasonable for a low commitment package.

Then for a year, you pay a measly $3.33 a month, which is lower than plenty of VPN providers out there who offer a lot less.

Then you have the option to take the two-year package for a ludicrously low price of $2.33 per month (Use promo code VPNETIC20).

Overall, there is a lot of flexibility and savings to be had through these offers.

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