Best Streaming VPNs for 2020

This will serve as a guide outlining what I think are the best VPNs to use for unblocking geo-restrictions with streaming services. I have tested over 60+ VPN providers with Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, BBC iPlayer, and labeled each VPN with what services it works with. As far as I know, no one else has done this extensive testing. But today, I have picked out my favorite options that I think are the best options. 

What is the best VPN to use for Netflix?
 TorGuard (full video review) Tier 1 VPN.

+$10.95 a month, or $60 a year for streaming bundle with code “netflix”, 50% code is permanent!

+Comes with 2 included streaming IPs for free (never blocked by Netflix or any service).

+Fully compatible with Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Hulu, and Prime Video.

+2 year router bundle includes free VPN router (here is a setup guide)

+ Can’t figure out how to use TorGuard VPN for streaming? Here is a guide for PC. Here is a guide for fire sticks.

-Main use case is for USA, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Japan. You get two IPs from these to choose.

WeVPN (full video review) Tier 1 VPN.

+WeVPN is another solid newcomer for unblocking geo-restrictions. Works with Netflix, Hulu, Prime, BBC iPlayer, and more.

+Only $5 a month or $30 a year.

+Friendly discord community and team is formed from former VPN vets who know their stuff.

-It works to unblock most popular regions of Netflix automatically without needing a streaming bundle, but some regions like Japan are not working yet.


8 thoughts on “Best Streaming VPNs for 2020

  1. William Maxwell says:

    Hi Tom,
    My Express vpn account is coming up for renewal soon . I came across your youtube vids and that pointed me to the vpn tier list . I am have taken out a Wevpn subscription and I am so pleased with the speeds (using Fast and Libre speedtesters) .They beat Express vpn speeds and also connect much faster both UK and transatlantic (I am in Scotland) .My base speed is around 40Mb/s or so (not brill but enough)

    These numbers give you a bit of feedback regarding Wevpn v Express vpn speed differences based on my internet speeds .Can I thank you for your recommendation because without it I would not have taken seriously Wevpn as a contender for replacing Express VPN .I am so glad I did ,saved myself a lot .

    ExpressVPN London 36Mb down 18 up Dallas 36 down 12 up New York 22 down 9.8 up
    Miami 24 down 5.1 up Seattle 22 down 15 up
    WeVPN London 43.3 down 22.2 up Dallas 46 down 20.8 up New York 40 down 18 up
    Miami 43.1 down 20.9 up Seattle 42.5 down 14.7 up
    Also the US netflix connection with Wevpn was so quick and no loading lag unlike Express VPN.

    Thanks Again



  2. TorGuard is lame because it only works if you pay extra for the streaming IP. Other services just unblock content without extra charges.

    • Even with the streaming bundle, its still cheaper than most other popular VPNs like NordVPN or ExpressVPN

      • Tom you are lying and I will expose you on reddit and Twitter. With the Anonymous VPN and Streaming Bundle, TorGuard is more expensive than NordVPN, which is $3.17 per month. If you delete this comment because it proves you wrong, I will expose the screenshot for everyone to see. I’m active on reddit and we have interacted in your NetflixVIAVPN sub. Hope you don’t delete this, otherwise it will blow up on you.

        • EDIT: NordVPN is now $3.71 per month, which includes streaming support. TorGuard is way more expensive you lying clown.

        • TG’s bundle is $60 a year or $11 a month with code “netflix”.

          NordVPN is $60 per year as of right now, or $12 a month. So perhaps their yearly price is the same, but its more expensive per month. But their price fluctuates all the time. Their old bundle use to be somewhere around $80 if I remember.

          Your $3.71 a month plan is their two year bundle. I don’t count that as reasonable since I never advocate my fans to sign up that long term. Additionally, that plan is $89 for 2 years, and $79 each year after that, which would be around $168 for 3 years.

          So sure you can make the argument that if u buy 3 years of NordVPN it’s cheaper than the respective $180 for 3 years of the streaming bundle. However, I would argue that TG’s streaming bundle includes 2 permanent streaming IPs which are 100% never unblocked. Since they sell you the IPs uniquely, it’s a better deal. With Nord you are most likely using shared IPs that get blocked fairly often and are not unique.

          Just a few months ago Nord sold their VPN for 3 years for $120, and a year before that it was only around $100 for three years. It’s sad to see people like you defending more and more price increases lol.

          • Tom you are lying and now I will have to expose your lies.
            2 Years of NordVPN = $89 (this includes full streaming support)
            2 Years of TorGuard with streaming support = $182.47

            I just caught you in a big lie Tom. This is a direct comparison of both VPNs with their two-year rates. I’ve got screenshots of all of this. I should blow this up on reddit. I’m going to make a youtube video of this.

            And your excuses about renewals doesn’t even matter since anybody can just start a new subscription after two years, without a renewal, unless you are a complete moron.

            Oh and TorGuard has a 7 day refund policy. NordVPN has a 30 day refund policy. But then like a dumbass, you whine in your videos about how you don’t get a refund outside of the window. Yet you ignore the fact that TorGuard has an even shorter refund policy.

          • Ah thanks. I just checked out TorGuard’s website and you are right. I was wrong. Sorry about that. You can actually get TorGuard’s streaming bundle for $100 for 2 years, and $200 for 4 years. NordVPN would be $247 for 4 years. So TorGuard is cheaper.

            Here’s a source btw for when you expose me. Make sure to include this:

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