Trust.Zone Review 2020 – Is Trust.Zone really in a ‘’trust zone’’? The Comprehensive Guide.

Trust.Zone is a VPN provider located in Seychelles, this is a great news especially if you’re someone, looking for a company with jurisdiction in a pro-privacy country.

Trust.Zone is a very easy, simple and straightforward VPN with intentions to cover the basics but is distinctly behind in some areas.

It has pretty much everything most VPN users are looking for: A helpful website, user-friendly apps, and the ability to bypass Netflix geo-blocks. 

Today, I will walk you through the complete and comprehensive review of this VPN service for you to know why you should start using it.

Below is the list of what I will be discussing,

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I made this post in a manner that even a 10-year-old can understand. Below is a list of what I will be covering today. To take you directly to the content, you can click on any of the links.

  1. About Trust.Zone (Overview)
  2. Compatible Devices
  3. Features of Trust.Zone
  4. Speed and Performance
  5. Price (Free or Paid version)
  6. Privacy and Security
  7. Pros and Cons
  8. Conclusion

If you are ready, let’s go there!!

1.      About Trust.Zone (Overview)

Trust.Zone may be a new VPN that was created in 2014 by a corporation called Trusted Solutions, LLC.

This VPN is predicated out of Seychelles, a rustic outside five eyes jurisdiction with no data retention laws. What you need to understand is that, as of 2019, this provider has a standalone app for Windows and Android only.

On the company’s official logo, they refer to their app as “The One You Can Count On.” They claim to help you stop your ISP from tracking you and to protect your privacy.

2. Compatible Devices

Trust.Zone is compatible with many devices but offers custom VPN apps for Android and Windows only.

If you want to use the VPN service on macOS, iOS, or any other device you’ll have to manually configure it.

That can be a real nightmare if you’re not comfortable with getting technical. It can be quite tricky and isn’t as user-friendly as using dedicated apps.

You can use Trust.Zone on up to three devices at once, or five if you commit to a two-year plan.

Games Consoles & Streaming Device

Trust.Zone do not provide any apps for streaming devices like Amazon Fire TV, but, the VPN software can be installed on supported routers so as to protect traffic on those devices.

Once installed on your router, Trust.Zone will encrypt all internet traffic flowing through it which means you can use the VPN with streaming devices, game consoles, and even smart appliances.

Trust.Zone provides setup instructions for the following router types:

  1. DD-WRT
  2. Roqos Core VPN router
  3. Tomato
  4. Asus Merlin

Browser Extensions

Trust.Zone has recently released beta versions of its browser extensions for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

These look pretty much exactly the same as the Windows app and are fairly easy to use.

Before you start using them, it’s essential that you check the box labeled Disable WebRTC in the Connection Settings menu to avoid leaving your IP address exposed through WebRTC leaks.

On the downsides, this feature isn’t enabled by default, although it has been suggested to Trust.Zone by customers before it had been release.

3. Features of Trust.Zone

  • Custom apps for Windows & Android
  • No Logs
  • Kill switch in Windows app
  • Up to 3 simultaneous connections (or 5 for 2-year accounts. Can purchase 3 more)
  • 171 servers in 91 zones of the World.
  • P2P torrenting permitted on all servers
  • Dedicated IPs in 4 countries (additional fees)
  • Unblocks US Netflix

The Trust.Zone website says that it offers 171 fast servers in 91 “zones” all over the global world.


Torrenting is permitted on all servers. The ToS warns users that users shouldn’t torrent illegal content, but at the same stresses that Trust.Zone does not monitor or block any traffic, and that it keeps no logs which can be handed over to copyright enforcers. So in practice, all torrenting is fine. 

4. Speed and Performance

Speed test results

At the time of publication, our speed tests for Trust.Zone has only been running for a few days, so these early results are necessarily tentative and may change over time.

Early indicators are that Trust.Zone is shaping up to be perfectly decent at 39.3 Mbits/ Average, 270.2 Mbits max burst speed, and an average weighted result of 42.2 Mbits, but offers unexceptional service in terms of speed performance. 

IP leaks

With DNS leak protection enabled in the Windows client, we did not detect any IPv6, WebRTC (IPv4 or IPv6) or DNS (IPv4 or IPv6) leaks.

A limited number of DNS servers was used, but, with DNS often being resolved in a different country to where the IP address is located (mainly in the Netherlands or Canada).

The same can be said for the Android app, which similarly reported no leaks and a small number of DNS servers.

This is not an issue when viewed from a privacy perspective, but it might cause problems in the process of spoofing your location.

When you disabling the DNS leak protection it is generally ensured that DNS queries are resolved at the correct VPN server location, but we detected the odd DNS leak when doing this.

5. Price (Free or Paid version)

Trust.Zone has three paid packages which are, one month, one year, and two years. In addition it offer a free package that gives 1GB for 3 days. It might not be much, but gives you opportunity to test what you are paying for.

You can access 171 locations and get unlimited bandwidth, but once the 3-days free is exhausted, you’ll need to move to a paid plan.

All paid plans give access to 133 servers and allow 3 simultaneous connections on the same license. You also get unlimited bandwidth and unlimited server with the paid plan.

Accepted payment methods are PayPal, Credit Card, Bitcoin, Bank transfer, and more. This provider also accept Bitcoin which is usually preferred by privacy enthusiasts because it doesn’t reveal any data of the user.

Luckily, you get 10% off your invoice on Trust.Zone, if you use this payment option.

This VPN also offer a 10 days ‘no-hassle’refund, that is if you are not satisfied or pleased with their services, you can get your money back without 10 days of ordering.

The processing of your refund might take a days, let’s say 20Days. it might please you to know that if you might have used more than 1GB in the free trial, your refund will be cut down to half the amount you pay.


6. Privacy and Security

Trust.Zone supports OpenVPN, best known VPN protocol and AES-256 bit encryption. This gives you a chance to choose from an array of less-secure protocols, but the currently golden standard of encrypted connections is always available and backed by a kill switch and a DNS leak protection. So far, so good.

The provider is based and registered in Seychelles, a pro-privacy region, and they accept payment methods like Bitcoin, thus increasing anonymity.

When we talk of logging policy, they keep your email but not the payment details. So we can say they do not really offer a strict No-log policy.

Despite that, this VPN provider does not keep your usage or connection logs, so they can’t identify an offending user if they receive a DMCA notice. In addition, P2P (peer to peer sharing) is allowed. 

7. Pros and Cons


  • Free trial
  • 10-day money-back guarantee
  • OpenVPN, 256-bit AES encryption
  • Native cross-platform client, + config files for many platforms
  • Unblocks Netflix US
  • No logs
  • Kill switch, DNS leak protection
  • Accepts Bitcoin


  • No live chat, slow, unhelpful ticket support
  • Inconsistent performance
  • No advanced customization
  • Doesn’t unblock BBC iPlayer

8. Conclusion

Trust.Zone’s encryption, OpenVPN protocol, kill-switch, and Seychelles base make it a trustworthy VPN.

While the protocols available are limited, OpenVPN is available throughout which is known as the best VPN protocol for privacy.

Their customer support isn’t as expansive and standardized as we’d hope, Trust.Zone is an easy VPN to use on any device, and it can access Netflix and other blocked content.

Now we will really assure you that Trust.Zone is in a Trusted zone.

This brings us to the end. Hope I left nothing out?

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  • Free trial
  • Unblocks Netflix
  • No logs
  • Accepts Bitcoin
  • Kill switch, DNS leak protection


  • Slow Live chat
  • Inconsistent performance
  • Doesn’t unblock BBC iPlayer

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