TorGuard is a US-based VPN provider with a lot going for it, despite it’s relatively high price. It operates over 3,000 physical server in 55 countries, making it one of the most widely accessible VPN services out there. Few other operations surpass it’s diversity of servers.
It is also notably one of the fastest services out there. We barely noticed any latency during our use of TorGuard, which may be attributed to this company’s friendliness to torrenting (just look at the name).
The security protocols and no-logging policies meet or exceed industry standards, so you can be pretty sure your personal info is going to be safe.
The 24/7 customer support was also on point, which is refreshing in the VPN world.
TorGuard could certainly overhaul their interface, however. The bare-bones client may be perplexing to users who are not already familiar with VPN programs.
While TorGuard is packed with tons of options and features that will surely satisfy power-users, the lack of such basic amenities like a button that automatically connects you to the nearest and fastest router seems like a major oversight.
Also the fact that the company is based in the US, with it’s questionable legal policies around internet privacy, may give some pause.
Bottom line, if you want a fast, powerful VPN service and aren’t that concerned about a lackluster interface, TorGuard may be up your alley.