That said, most of us don’t need to connect to Belize or Tanzania – if you do, by the way, PureVPN, with server locations in 131 countries is probably what you’re looking for. Taking that into account, pretty much every country the typical VPN user would want is available with ZenMate.
The functionality of letting you pick a specific city is, however, absent.
Without a doubt, ZenMate has multiple locations in more than one country. For example, when I was running performance tests on the German servers, I would sometimes end up with an IP address in Berlin and other times in Frankfurt.
It’s not the end of the world to be unable to connect to the city of your choosing. But, it’s definitely an option most of us like to see.
And speaking of ZenMate’s speed test results, that is an area where they did quite well. Server performance is fast enough for just about any application. But, above all, the numbers are very consistent (which is pretty rare).
The world region tables below split up all of ZenMate’s servers by country and shows the server counts in each. I added a location column as well but, at least for the time being, left it blank due to the lack of information. Hopefully, one day, ZenMate will decide to reveal to us those details as well.
There are ZenMate 79 servers in 2 North American countries.
ZenMate runs 168 servers in a very respectable 21 countries in Europe.
There is only one country with ZenMate servers in Oceania.
At 79 server in 4 countries, the ZenMate server list in Asia is fairly short.
There is but a single country with ZenMate servers in South America.
ZenMate has servers in just one African country.