A few weeks ago I was asked to check out and write about a site called Trust.Zone VPN one when I had expressed frustration on Twitter over not being able to use Pandora in the Dominican Republic and the UK. I was never really big on using proxy sites because I don't like the idea of logging into any account using a third party site because my Gmail and Facebook accounts are like the most sacred things ever. Luckily, my Pandora isn't, so when I was in Mexico last week and wanted to listen to some familiar 80's tunes I was able to use Trust.Zone to make it possible.
What I liked about it, based on the free trial that I used, is that I was able to do something I otherwise wouldn't have ben able to do. It's simple as that. Oh, and it didn't look sketchy. So maybe, just maybe, I would have used it to log into my Facebook account if it was banned or blocked down south. Trust.Zone is just like any VPN in that it hides your location for situations like the one I just mentioned. It also works well if you're the type that doesn't want people to know what you've been looking for based on your IP address. But my readers don't have to worry about that. Right..? Right!
Trust.Zone has a free, 5 day/5gb trial offer for anyone that wants to check it out and their unlimited service is gets as low as $3.99 a month if you sign up for a years membership. It's worth a shot if you want to stay totally anonymous on the web or if you're a frequent traveler that likes to unwind with some chill music, Netflix or go on whichever social media account you want to go on without a hassle.