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CyberGhost VPN PREMIUM for £19.35 instead of £45

£19.35 @ cyberghostvpn
I've seen the deal was posted around 1 month 3 weeks ago so this is for those missed it. Previous deal was on for £13 something, this is £6 extra and still far from usual £45. http://www.cybergh… Read More
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I've seen the deal was posted around 1 month 3 weeks ago so this is for those missed it.

Previous deal was on for £13 something, this is £6 extra and still far from usual £45.

http://www.cyberghostvpn.com/en_gb
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#1
Just our of interest i only use vpns rarely why not use a free one
1 Like #2
free ones are dangerous. :) and risky
1 Like #3
Dns loyal ere
#4
dutis18
free ones are dangerous. :) and risky
Explain further why are they dangerous
6 Likes #5
archer1204
Just our of interest i only use vpns rarely why not use a free one

Imagine that you no longer trust Royal Mail.
A well known company come along offering a paid service, reviewed by lots of people independently and the company are promising that they won't peek at your letters, or tell your nana that you have been ordering lots of adult magazines. They deliver on time and for the most part, there are no limits. if you have a problem, you can just ring them.

Competing with this service is a free service who offer to get you your mail, but it may be limited to 5 letters a week, or not guarantee that you will get it straight away. Because the service is free they they sometimes have issues with staff opening post and selling your details! Sometimes they even go as far as forwarding it between a few different people before you.


Nothing wrong with free VPNs for spoofing a few sites etc, but for your day to day, do you really want to run the risk that your data is safe? There is a lot to consider when getting a VPN. A lot of the paid services offer better speeds and security - for example I can download at the full 150mb on mine with no throttling for less than a coffee a month!

The general rule of thumb is: if you aren't paying for a service, YOU are the product.




Edited By: tehwabbit on Jan 10, 2017 20:22
1 Like #6
tehwabbit
archer1204
Just our of interest i only use vpns rarely why not use a free one
Imagine that you no longer trust Royal Mail.
A well known company come along offering a paid service, reviewed by lots of people independently and the company are promising that they won't peek at your letters, or tell your nana that you have been ordering lots of adult magazines. They deliver on time and for the most part, there are no limits. if you have a problem, you can just ring them.
Competing with this service is a free service who offer to get you your mail, but it may be limited to 5 letters a week, or not guarantee that you will get it straight away. Because the service is free they they sometimes have issues with staff opening post and selling your details! Sometimes they even go as far as forwarding it between a few different people before you.
Nothing wrong with free VPNs for spoofing a few sites etc, but for your day to day, do you really want to run the risk that your data is safe?
The general rule of thumb is: if you aren't paying for a service, YOU are the product.
Agreed but how do you check whether its dangerous
#7
How does 'IP vanish' stack up against the competition ? I was literally about to purchase it. I'd utilise it mainly on my kodi box.
Many thanks

Edited By: Abbottwaa on Jan 10, 2017 20:27: typo
#8
archer1204
tehwabbit
archer1204
Just our of interest i only use vpns rarely why not use a free one
Imagine that you no longer trust Royal Mail.
A well known company come along offering a paid service, reviewed by lots of people independently and the company are promising that they won't peek at your letters, or tell your nana that you have been ordering lots of adult magazines. They deliver on time and for the most part, there are no limits. if you have a problem, you can just ring them.
Competing with this service is a free service who offer to get you your mail, but it may be limited to 5 letters a week, or not guarantee that you will get it straight away. Because the service is free they they sometimes have issues with staff opening post and selling your details! Sometimes they even go as far as forwarding it between a few different people before you.
Nothing wrong with free VPNs for spoofing a few sites etc, but for your day to day, do you really want to run the risk that your data is safe?
The general rule of thumb is: if you aren't paying for a service, YOU are the product.
Agreed but how do you check whether its dangerous

Scouting around for the most part.
there are tons of comparison sites like https://thatoneprivacysite.net/ and a whole subreddit dedicated to it at reddit.com/r/vpn

Often people have already done the comparisons for you stating things like if the VPN is hosted in one of the "big brother" areas, or if the company logs information, etc

Personally for me, I went for PIA. There are definitely better ones out there, but they offered far faster speeds than any other provider and overall they are fairly secure.
#9
I've just read up on ip vanish. I'm gonna stick with my original choice
#10
tehwabbit
archer1204
tehwabbit
archer1204
Just our of interest i only use vpns rarely why not use a free one
Imagine that you no longer trust Royal Mail.
A well known company come along offering a paid service, reviewed by lots of people independently and the company are promising that they won't peek at your letters, or tell your nana that you have been ordering lots of adult magazines. They deliver on time and for the most part, there are no limits. if you have a problem, you can just ring them.
Competing with this service is a free service who offer to get you your mail, but it may be limited to 5 letters a week, or not guarantee that you will get it straight away. Because the service is free they they sometimes have issues with staff opening post and selling your details! Sometimes they even go as far as forwarding it between a few different people before you.
Nothing wrong with free VPNs for spoofing a few sites etc, but for your day to day, do you really want to run the risk that your data is safe?
The general rule of thumb is: if you aren't paying for a service, YOU are the product.
Agreed but how do you check whether its dangerous
Scouting around for the most part.
there are tons of comparison sites like https://thatoneprivacysite.net/ and a whole subreddit dedicated to it at reddit.com/r/vpn
Often people have already done the comparisons for you stating things like if the VPN is hosted in one of the "big brother" areas, or if the company logs information, etc
Personally for me, I went for PIA. There are definitely better ones out there, but they offered far faster speeds than any other provider and overall they are fairly secure.

Wasn't aware of the PIA, looking at that one now as well
#11
If you were to buy a VPN then might aswell get one that doesn't let you register and keep you anonymous (eg. Paying with BTC)
#12
archer1204
dutis18
free ones are dangerous. :) and risky
Explain further why are they dangerous


https://www.reddit.com/r/VPN/comments/3er3n6/what_are_the_risks_associated_with_using_a_free/ nothing comes free in this corporate world. :)
#13
weeklycoconut
tehwabbit
archer1204
tehwabbit
archer1204
Just our of interest i only use vpns rarely why not use a free one
Imagine that you no longer trust Royal Mail.
A well known company come along offering a paid service, reviewed by lots of people independently and the company are promising that they won't peek at your letters, or tell your nana that you have been ordering lots of adult magazines. They deliver on time and for the most part, there are no limits. if you have a problem, you can just ring them.
Competing with this service is a free service who offer to get you your mail, but it may be limited to 5 letters a week, or not guarantee that you will get it straight away. Because the service is free they they sometimes have issues with staff opening post and selling your details! Sometimes they even go as far as forwarding it between a few different people before you.
Nothing wrong with free VPNs for spoofing a few sites etc, but for your day to day, do you really want to run the risk that your data is safe?
The general rule of thumb is: if you aren't paying for a service, YOU are the product.
Agreed but how do you check whether its dangerous
Scouting around for the most part.
there are tons of comparison sites like https://thatoneprivacysite.net/ and a whole subreddit dedicated to it at reddit.com/r/vpn
Often people have already done the comparisons for you stating things like if the VPN is hosted in one of the "big brother" areas, or if the company logs information, etc
Personally for me, I went for PIA. There are definitely better ones out there, but they offered far faster speeds than any other provider and overall they are fairly secure.
Wasn't aware of the PIA, looking at that one now as well

PIA is excellent, customer service very good and speeds as close as you can get to without it. For those that are concerned about security they don't keep logs and recently closed down servers where they were being asked to start logging.


archer1204
Just our of interest i only use vpns rarely why not use a free one

speed is the biggest difference, I work away a lot and the free ones just don't cut it, they are often very slow and in some cases you have to reinstall certificates every time you use it, paid ones are much faster but the quality of service they provide can vary from provider to provider.
#14
Have used cyberghost for a few years now.

Best VPN I have used, can usually max out my 65Mb connection.
#15
I'm with PIA at the moment but it runs out at the end of the month. Not had any issues but are there any good alternatives delivering the same speed for less/yr?
#16
I got this a while back as part of a Humble Bundle.

Speeds are generally bad to terrible, I average around 10% to 60% of my full speed and need to disconnect and reconnect constantly in the hours of getting connected to a faster connection.
Also, US Netflix doesn't work.
#17
Cyberghost do actually offer a free service. Granted it does make you wait a few minutes before it launches, but if you use it infrequently then its perfect and no need to part with any £££.
#18
Proxish
I got this a while back as part of a Humble Bundle.
Speeds are generally bad to terrible, I average around 10% to 60% of my full speed and need to disconnect and reconnect constantly in the hours of getting connected to a faster connection.
Also, US Netflix doesn't work.

No VPN's work with Netflix anymore. Every time they try Netflix blocks them again. Also what internet do you have(Provider/speed). I also got this as part of the Humble Bundle and it easily max's out my 30Mbit connection without any messing about.
#19
Complete newb question but do these VPNs work on multiple devices ie 2 computers and a phone?
1 Like #20
LizzyUK
Complete newb question but do these VPNs work on multiple devices ie 2 computers and a phone?

Some including Cyberghost have plans available for multiple devices including phones,etc. However this deal is for one device for one year.
#22
I dont know about eligibility but that site looks shifty as hell.

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