Comodo TrustConnect VPN Review
Comodo TrustConnect is VPN service provider that has an interesting free offering. The free offer, at present, provides 10GB of traffic per account. This is a fairly generous amount of traffic, but there are restrictions on the service that may make it less attractive to those who are familiar with VPN services already and who expect a full range of services.
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Comodo TrustConnect comes with the 10GB free plan, which will likely be of the most interest to users. However the free service comes with restrictions.
Free Service Restrictions:
- Banner Advertisements Included
- You cannot use SMTP, NNTP, NTP or FTP over the free service.
- Limited to 10 GB lifetime.
There are also the following plans that you can subscribe to.
- 3 months for $21-$90
- 6 months for $40-180
- One year for $75-210
Prices vary depending upon the servers that you choose to use with the VPN service.
You can pay with PayPal, Google Checkout, Moneybookers, CC and Epassporte
Free Trial / Money Back Guarantee
The 10GB per month free plan is the standard free offer from Comodo TrustConnect. A 7-day money back guarantee applies to paid services.
Coupons / Discount / Special Offers
There are no discounts or coupons other than the free account.
- Hong Kong
- Solomon Islands
- United States
VPN Protocols Supported
PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN
Number of IP Addresses
VPN Clients Information
A downloadable client is included for easy configuration.
Common Error Messages
Logs are kept and your personal information is kept by the company.
Legal Use / Torrent Policy
P2P is not allowed on this network.
Comodo TrustConnect vs. The Competition
Comodo TrustConnect provides a range of services and products aside from VPN services. It’s more of a full-service security company that some of the VPN providers out there, though it has some very restrictive usage policies.
The company does keep logs, which will make it unsuitable for some users. It supports all of the popular VPN protocols, but server switching is not allowed on their servers, which may be too restrictive for some users.
Comodo TrustConnect Conclusion
Comodo TrustConnect is interesting for its free service and, if it suits your needs, it might be as much VPN as you want. It has some serious restrictions which have been listed above.
We can recommend this service for its free offering. The free offering might be just what some users need to convince them of the luxury—and more and more the necessity—of having encrypting and private Internet usage.
As for the paid services, however, we cannot recommend them. The fact remains that there are better services out there that offer more flexibility and fewer user restrictions on their services and, because of that, your money would likely be better spent on another of the great services that offer VPN.