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NordVPN - Great looking vpn, 2 years for £60.00

£60.00 @ Nord VPN
Double Data Encryption NordVPN’s Double VPN technology encrypts data not once, but twice. It’s the tightest security in the industry, and it’s only available on NordVPN. Superfast Servers Everyw…
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Double Data Encryption

NordVPN’s Double VPN technology encrypts data not once, but twice. It’s the tightest security in the industry, and it’s only available on NordVPN.

Superfast Servers Everywhere

Join the NordVPN network of 709 worldwide server locations in 54 different countries. We cover every continent except Antarctica. But only because penguins just don’t get the Internet.

Lightning Speed

You know how the world looks when you’re riding in an F1 racer? Yeah, neither do we. But we bet it’s a lot like video streaming and browsing with NordVPN.

Easiest VPN Ever

To get on NordVPN, just click and go. NordVPN’s secure VPN software takes care of all the hard stuff so you can focus on fun stuff. And work stuff, if you have to.

Strict No Logs Policy + Tor Over VPN

NordVPN never logs where you go on the Internet. If anyone asks, the best we can do is shrug our shoulders. And we like it that way.

Enjoy more than 4 finger insertions, Torrent friendly!

Couple of reviews:

http://uk.pcmag.com/nordvpn/40845/review/nordvpn

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/software/utilities/nordvpn-1325623/review

Works out at just under £60 for 2 years / £2.50 a month
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#1
Any use for U.S. Netflix?
#2
Not a chance. They leak ipv6 like nobody's business
#3
meherenow
Any use for U.S. Netflix?

found this

https://nordvpn.com/blog/service-update-netflix/

If anyone would like to buy me a sub to NordVPN I will test drive it ;)
#4
I used nordvpn for a couple of months and had nothing but d/c's. the reason they offer a 2 year deal is you are tied in to their crappy product. swerve.
#5
Wouldn't recommend it, when I used it the speeds were so bad that it was basically unusable. They offer a 30 day money back guarantee but from what I've seen they only honour it when you complain publicly on Twitter.
#6
Just read they offer a 3 day trial, just email them and ask for it.
#7
meherenow
Any use for U.S. Netflix?

Hit and miss on that front, Netflix displays a "you're using a proxy" error when used with most of their servers (although previously certain servers seemed to work). It seems that Netflix actively block IP ranges of known VPNs.
#8
ZombieLPK
Wouldn't recommend it, when I used it the speeds were so bad that it was basically unusable. They offer a 30 day money back guarantee but from what I've seen they only honour it when you complain publicly on Twitter.

Agreed. If you sleep your pc or laptop, you basically have to restart your pc to get it to work again. Could have fixed problems by now I guess, but 2 years sub is a big risk. Using PIA vpn now, no trouble.
#9
Ah well, not for me - I miss my U.S. Netflix - anyone have any ideas of one that actually works (I can tie it through my router, Asus running Merlin.).
#10
Paid for a year but it's a joke of VPN. Stay far away, doesn't work most of the time.
#12

What alternatives are better, I thought that PCMAG and TECHRADAR are legitimate and thorough sources, it is not US based and is not in a '14 eyes' country see here:

https://www.my-private-network.co.uk/vpn-provider-14-eyes-country-something-know/
#13
IPVanish, Nord VPN or PIA to replace my Cyberghost?

Cyberghost was slow and could only use one device at a time.
PIA and IPVanish both based in USA so logging wise thats not good, was going to go with Nord, but put off with these reviews...
#14
formsm2000comp
IPVanish, Nord VPN or PIA to replace my Cyberghost?
Cyberghost was slow and could only use one device at a time.
PIA and IPVanish both based in USA so logging wise thats not good, was going to go with Nord, but put off with these reviews...

Have you read the reviews in the OP?
#15
14 eyes thing is a bit of a red herring. Your VPN provider wont have any useful data to hand over no matter where they are. They can confirm active sessions, perhaps a session start and/or end time, but these should not be a major problem for you.

The TF article explains it a bit better than I can in a few paragraphs:
https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-anonymous-review-160220/

Probably the key part of the TF article is this:
4. If a valid DMCA complaint is received while the offending connection is still active, we stop the session and notify the active user of that session, otherwise we are unable to act on any complaint as we have no way of tracking down the user. It is important to note that we ALMOST NEVER receive a VALID DMCA complaint while a user is still in an active session.

5. This has never happened in the history of our company. Our customer’s privacy is of top most importance to us. We are required to comply with all valid court orders. We would proceed with the court order with complete transparency, but we have no data to provide any court in any jurisdiction. We would not rule out relocating our businesses to a new jurisdiction if required.

Your session being stopped is about as much as can happen to you. Unless you are live streaming big sports events you will probably have no problems with session stopping.
#16
MeneerSmith
14 eyes thing is a bit of a red herring. Your VPN provider wont have any useful data to hand over no matter where they are. They can confirm active sessions, perhaps a session start and/or end time, but these should not be a major problem for you.
The TF article explains it a bit better than I can in a few paragraphs:https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-anonymous-review-160220/
Probably the key part of the TF article is this:
4. If a valid DMCA complaint is received while the offending connection is still active, we stop the session and notify the active user of that session, otherwise we are unable to act on any complaint as we have no way of tracking down the user. It is important to note that we ALMOST NEVER receive a VALID DMCA complaint while a user is still in an active session.
5. This has never happened in the history of our company. Our customer’s privacy is of top most importance to us. We are required to comply with all valid court orders. We would proceed with the court order with complete transparency, but we have no data to provide any court in any jurisdiction. We would not rule out relocating our businesses to a new jurisdiction if required.
Your session being stopped is about as much as can happen to you. Unless you are live streaming big sports events you will probably have no problems with session stopping.

Thanks for the info, it seems choosing a VPN is quite the minefield, at least my insertion comment stands ;)
#17
foulone

Have you read the reviews in the OP?
Yes the TechRadar one, but that said nothing bad about the speed, hence was going to go with Nord.

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