There are many reasons to love TorGuard, including the fact that it is one of the VPN services that boast the largest number of servers. It is getting dangerously close to Private Internet Access (which reigns supreme with 3,272 servers), as it currently operates more than 3,000 servers. However, since the global dispersion of servers is just as important as their quantity, we dug a bit deeper and found out how TorGuard has organized its server network.
How To Choose The Best Server
With so many servers to choose from, it may seem hard to pick the best one. However, in most cases, the best choice is the server that is nearest to you because the distance that data has to travel is shorter and thus you get to enjoy greater speed. Still, considering that TorGuard generally boasts excellent speeds, you should not experience any difficulties when streaming or downloading even if you connect to a more distant server. Therefore, whichever virtual nationality you want to go with, TorGuard will make sure your connection is good, with speeds that are above average.
What Makes TorGuard Servers Different
First of all, it is good to know that TorGuard does not impose any limits on the number of times you can switch between its servers. It also offers unlimited speed and bandwidth. If you live in a country with web control, you will be pleased to hear that TorGuard has a special “stealth” server feature that allows you to view the exact same content as users from other world countries.
Another great advantage of this VPN service is that it offers a large number of dedicated P2P servers. By connecting to these servers, you get to freely download torrents while enjoying greater speeds and smoother performance.
TorGuard servers are located in more than 50 countries across the world, including Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, the Czech Republic, China, Costa Rica, Sweden, Switzerland, South Africa, South Korea, Denmark, Finland, Egypt, France, Singapore, Spain, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Thailand, Turkey, Russia, Romania, Latvia, India, the Isle of Man, Vietnam, Moldova, Luxembourg, Japan, Indonesia, the US, the UK, and many others.
What we particularly like about TorGuard is that it does not only offer an astounding number of servers, it also operates servers on all continents, including Africa and Australia, which is as amazing as it is uncommon.