Trust.Zone VPN Use Skyrockets amid User-Tracking Concerns on the Internet

Trust.Zone, an anonymous VPN, has garnered a huge amount of attention from VPN review sites in a very short time period, demonstrating the major concern Internet users have over privacy nowadays.

Based in Mahe, Seychelles, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, Trust.Zone faces no requirement to retain data on its servers. No outside court order can be enforced in the company’s jurisdiction. The company claims that it ignores copyright infringement notices and U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) requests.


The service supports all major VPN features, including bypassing geo filters, unblocking websites and accessing services like Netflix.

To simplify pricing, Trust.Zone offers one plan for everyone: $2.99 a month, with longer term packages available. The service provides three simultaneous connections with access to all VPN network servers for all customers’ Internet traffic.

An attraction for bitcoin users is a 10% discount for paying with bitcoin. The special offer is available here.

Following is a summary of recent VPN service reviews from VPN trade websites.

Torrentfreak listed Trust.Zone among the VPN providers that don’t keep logs in its 2016 summary of VPN providers that take customers’ anonymity seriously.

That One Privacy Site

A Reddit moderator, That One Privacy Guy, collected everything about l50+ large VPN providers including Trust.Zone VPN, and put them into a detailed VPN comparison chart. The chart compares VPNs based on 30 options — including whether or not the VPN is multi-platform, based in a “fourteen eyes” country, pricing, speed, what protocols they support, what logs they do, what encryption they provide, etc. liked the user-friendly and easy-to-use Trust.Zone application, handsome website, no restrictions on p2p traffic, no logging policy and free trial plan.

BestVPN found Trust.Zone’s VPN client impressive: it’s easy to use, it looks good, the server selection is simple, and the connection is made by clicking on a big shield in the middle of the display. Connecting, disconnecting and changing servers was speedy.

Cult Of Android

Cult Of Android summarized Trust.Zone as providing the ability use country-restricted streaming services, download files and use BitTorrent without the usual risk. “It’s everything you love about the Internet without the danger of hackers and the restrictions of borders.”

Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets noted that Trust.Zone allows unlocking VoIP applications like Skype, Viber, Google Talk, WhatsApp, etc. in countries with a high level of censorship.

Privacy Tools

VPNreviewz noted that Trust.Zone is recommended by Extratorrent, the largest BitTorrent system. It also noted Trust.Zone strikes a balance between ease of use and client sophistication. A user does not have to be technically adept in using it, but Trust.Zone does allow users to configure advanced features including their port, whether they want a kill switch on a given program, and other options. noted Trust.Zone’s scattered global server network reflects the diversity it provides its users. With servers in North America, Europe, Oceania, Europe, Asia and Africa, customers can trust Trust.Zone to get connected to any of the VPN locations at any time.

The server load on most locations is less than 20% and guarantees an excellent online streaming experience, VPNranks noted.

While testing server performance, VPNranks kept changing the servers to see if there were connectivity issues or speed drops, but the connection remained smooth.

Because mobility with high Internet speed connection is important, VPNranks noted it has become a rare commodity. On this measure, Trust.Zone allows customers to use its services to stream and download movies and TV shows in HD quality. It allows users to stream TV shows and movies without interruptions from slow buffering speeds.

VPNranks conducted a test to check the original speed and the ping before connecting with Trust.Zone’s VPN service. Tests indicated a download speed of approximately 11 Mbps and an upload speed of almost 1.5 Mbps. The ping was also impressive with 14ms.

Trust.Zone’s simultaneous connections allow customers to use a single login ID on three different devices at the same time without paying extra for the service, VPNranks noted., a site that claims it judges honesty and transparency highly, cited Trust.Zone as among the speediest providers. Users can surf anonymously by hiding their IP address and location. Trust.Zone allows a user to stop an ISP from monitoring their online activities. Users can encrypt all their Internet traffic and protect themselves from unsecured Wi-Fi hotspots, as well as cyber threats.

Because Trust.Zone does not stop any type of traffic, users can do as they please on their servers, vpnMentor noted. Trust.Zone does not block or throttle any servers, IP addresses, protocols, or any other traffic.

Users do not have to worry about choosing a server since Trust.Zone will choose the fastest one, no matter the location, vpnMentor noted. cited Trust.Zone’s diverse payment options, including major credit cards, PayPal, QIWI Wallet, WebMoney, Bank Transfer and Alipay. PayPro Global is the e-commerce processor.

While not as large as some providers, Trust.Zone allows customers to access geo-blocked content, surf anonymously, watch global TV, download torrents worry-free, unlock VoIP services, and be protected from cyber threats, VPNFAN noted.

Also read: Trust.Zone VPN anonymous service announces 10% discount for bitcoin users

VPN Creative

VPN Creative noted Trust.Zone supports all major operating systems and devices. It will work on a Windows machine running Vista and newer versions, Linux Mint 17.1, Windows Phone, Android (4.4Kitkat), Mac OSX, Ubuntu, and iOS devices. Trust.Zone supports security protocols PPTP, SSTP, OpenVPN and L2TP/IPSec, and it has a high-grade encryption system.

In testing performance, VPN Creative found Trust.Zone’s speed was relatively fast, and its server availability and reliability all right.

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Lester Coleman is a veteran business journalist based in the United States. He has covered the payments industry for several years and is available for writing assignments.