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Trust.Zone is a Seychelles-based VPN service that offers a 3 day / 1 GB trial. The free trial VPN will be over whenever you hit the data or 3-day time limit.
Unlike many other free trial VPNs, Trust.Zone does not require any payment information to get started. Simply create an account and test out the service, completely risk free.
Trust.Zone VPN offers excellent speeds throughout their server network. Servers in my general location basically maxed out my baseline bandwidth connection at around 155 Mbps. This is one of the fastest VPNs I’ve tested.
With file sharing and p2p, TrustZone may not be a bad option, but it really depends on the operating system you are using. If you are a Windows user, you can use the TrustZone Windows client, which offers the full protection of a kill switch. This will keep your traffic secure if the VPN connection drops, thereby protecting your real IP address.
Trust.Zone did well in all tests for this review. From a privacy perspective, it offers many benefits: excellent jurisdiction (Seychelles), no leaks, a good kill switch, and minimal logs (bandwidth). In terms of performance, it is one of the best VPNs I’ve tested.
If you’re looking for a basic, cheap VPN that still performs well, Trust.Zone is hard to beat.