Overplay VS BTGuard

UPDATED Jul. 2018
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Overplay and BTGuard both have some excellent qualities and, naturally, they each have their weaker sides. When deciding which VPN provider to sign up for, it is essential to look closely at those differences and to try to figure out which company fits your specific needs and preferences better.

Overplay
Best For General Users
VS
BTGuard
Best For Fans Of Torrenting

Highlights

Overplay
Overplay offers a convenient choice between SmartDNS and SmartDNS+VPN, both of which allow access to restricted sites and come with zero logs. The VPN service has military-grade encryption for maximum privacy and security.
  • No logs kept
  • Unlimited switching
  • 400+ servers
  • P2P allowed
BTGuard
BTGuard is a small VPN service provider based in Canada, with servers in Canada, Singapore, and the Netherlands. It offers OpenVPN and PPTP protocols with strong 256-bit encryption and brings you solid speeds and great anonymity.
  • Doesn’t keep any logs
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • Supports P2P sharing
  • Payments via BitCoin

Compare Prices

Company
1 Month
3 Months
6 Months
1 Year
2 Years
Overplay
1 Month
$9.95
3 Months
/
6 Months
/
1 Year
$8.33
2 Years
/
BTGuard
1 Month
$9.95
3 Months
$9.32
6 Months
$8.32
1 Year
$7.49
2 Years
/
* The prices shown represent the cost of one month within different subscriptions. To see all available plans and pricing options, check individual reviews.

Compare Features

Overplay
Based In
UK
Number Of Servers
650+
Number Of Countries
50+
Protocols
PPTP, L2TP and OpenVPN
Encryption
up to 256-bit AES
Simultaneous Connections
3
Logs Policy
no traffic logs
Dedicated IP
Killswitch
DNS Leak Protection
Allows Torrenting
Torrenting Servers
SmartDNS
BTGuard
Based In
Canada
Number Of Servers
Unknown
Number Of Countries
3
Protocols
OpenVPN, PPTP
Encryption
256-bit AES
Simultaneous Connections
1
Logs Policy
no usage logs
Dedicated IP
Killswitch
DNS Leak Protection
Allows Torrenting
Torrenting Servers
SmartDNS

Supported Devices

Overplay
Windows
OS X
Linux
Android
iOS
Router
BTGuard
Windows
OS X
Linux
Android
iOS

Compare Ratings

Overplay
FINAL RATING
9.3/10
Anonymity
Reliability
Performance
Features
Support
Value For Money
BTGuard
FINAL RATING
7.6/10
Anonymity
Reliability
Performance
Features
Support
Value For Money

Compare User Reviews

Overplay
  • Submitted By Patricio on 02/25/2018
    The worse VPN I've ever used. The support works great - but the servers are very busy and with low speed. I've problems for 4 days to use this VPN becouse when I connect to the server I cannot load any website - the speed of internet is about 0.2 Mb/s !!!! Jesus God - They should be shotting for this. They trying to fix this problem for 4 days and nothing ! I do not recomment this becouse they dont know how VPN is working - If problem appears they cannot help.
  • Submitted By Joe Black on 08/19/2016
    Everything is great except I do wish they had live chat support. I feel like sending and receiving emails takes forever.
  • Submitted By Mr. Heed on 07/22/2016
    At first I only used SmartDNS but then I realized it’s much smarter to use VPN as well. Nobody wants to be spied at, especially in this day and age. I am satisfied with the service. Speed sometimes tends to slow down, but when it happens I switch to another server, which is easy enough to do, and things get better. It works for me.
BTGuard
  • Submitted By Bart Richards on 11/28/2016
    Easy to use, but not that reliable. Should be much cheaper.
  • Submitted By Julie Lonsdale on 08/20/2016
    Not bad but expected better speed. They should really offer a trial.
  • Submitted By Marie Riggs on 08/03/2016
    Good VPN, really simple, but the support is just plain awful.

Winner

With a good security suite and no logs policy, OverPlay is a good choice for Internet users who want their privacy protected and their sessions secured as they access blocked websites and stream media.