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PureVPN Halloween Deal: 2 Years of VPN for the Price of 1 i.e. £2.05/m 24 months = £49.22

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Alternatively you can buy lifetime PureVPN here for $89 (a little over £73) or 2 years for $59, so roughly the same price: https://stacksocial.com/sales/lifetime-of-purevpn

Not sure how they compare to PureVPN, but you could also go for one of the following:
VPN Unlimited - Lifetime $29 (£24) / 3 year $19 (£16) - https://stacksocial.com/sales/vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription
OneVPN - Lifetime $29 (£24) - https://stacksocial.com/sales/onevpn-lifetime-subscription
AnonVPN - Lifetime $19.01 (£16) at time of posting, price changes as it is beat the average / 1 year $1 - https://stacksocial.com/sales/pay-what-you-want-vpn-lifetime-bundle

Possible other cheap alternatives: https://stacksocial.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=VPN, I previously looked for reviews on a couple of these and there was a thread discussing RA4W VPN somewhere that put me off that one.

Cyberghost is a good VPN, currently on sale at £19.35 for 1 year Premium or £30.10 for 1 year Premium Plus - http://www.cyberghostvpn.com/

I did have Cyberghost VPN last year and their Windows software is really good, but couldn't get it working on DD-WRT. I bought VPN Unlimited lifetime from above when my last one run out, it supports 5 devices, has a reasonable Windows app, not as good as Cyberghost but not bad, Android app is also easy to use. I did get VPN Unlimited working on DD-WRT (it counts as one device from the five limit), but it lost connection after a while and doesn't auto-reconnect and is awkward if you ever want to change servers. The apps work far better for VPN Unlimited.

When connected to Cyberghost VPN, whatismyipaddress.com does not identify it as a VPN or Proxy on most of the servers. In comparison, VPN Unlimited seems to always get identified as "Suspected Network Sharing Device".

Sorry to hijack the thread a little, just want to help others make informed decisions, not tried PureVPN as my current solution works for me. Will be interested to hear comments from PureVPN users or people who have done more comparisons on VPNs than I have. Also interested to know how PureVPN identifies on whatismyipaddress.com or other similar sites and services, if they identify that a service might be running.

Edited By: nige182 on Oct 30, 2016 21:55: spelling

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#1
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
#2
I changed my account to this deal. The price is in dollar making this a better deal.

Edited By: gambo22 on Oct 29, 2016 11:43
#3
gambo22
I changed my account to this deal. The price is in dollar making this a better deal.

I could not understand the comment, as the price mentioned in the deal is with respect to dollars i.e. $60. When you convert it GBP it originally becomes £49.22.

Please assist me in this regard, if you know the process.

Thanks.
#4
I subscribed to this for a trip to China, didn't work once via the Android app. I then subscribed to Private Internet Agent which worked like a treat. Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
#5
Do they allow you to get around geo blocked content like Hulu and BBC iPlayer?
#6
nicolebyer727
Do they allow you to get around geo blocked content like Hulu and BBC iPlayer?
Yes, thats why I use it and shared here. I watch all live sports events as well as movies easily through it. The best part is when I am travelling outside UK, I can access BBC iplayer from anywhere.
#7
Just don't use it when in Dubai/UAE !
1 Like #8
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is working and you can access US Netflix. There is a dedicated purpose too in the apps for US Netflix.
#9
sportydany
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is working and you can access US Netflix. There is a dedicated purpose too in the apps for US Netflix.
Thank you. But I would use it in a DD-WRT router, not in an app. US Netflix still possible? I'm wary because so far only ExpressVPN has proven reliable for US Netflix.
1 Like #10
qwerta369
sportydany
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is working and you can access US Netflix. There is a dedicated purpose too in the apps for US Netflix.
Thank you. But I would use it in a DD-WRT router, not in an app. US Netflix still possible? I'm wary because so far only ExpressVPN has proven reliable for US Netflix.

Yes there are special US server addresses for Netflix. You can manually setup it in routers and SmartTVs.
1 Like #11
sportydany
qwerta369
sportydany
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is working and you can access US Netflix. There is a dedicated purpose too in the apps for US Netflix.
Thank you. But I would use it in a DD-WRT router, not in an app. US Netflix still possible? I'm wary because so far only ExpressVPN has proven reliable for US Netflix.
Yes there are special US server addresses for Netflix. You can manually setup it in routers and SmartTVs.

Ok, I'll try it!
banned 1 Like #12
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is, I have been using it and works fine.
banned#13
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is, I have been using it and works fine.
qwerta369
sportydany
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is working and you can access US Netflix. There is a dedicated purpose too in the apps for US Netflix.
Thank you. But I would use it in a DD-WRT router, not in an app. US Netflix still possible? I'm wary because so far only ExpressVPN has proven reliable for US Netflix.
Hey, are you sure that PureVPN works on Netflix as well. I have heard some reviews that it does not support Netflix, any true?
#14
sandra223
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is, I have been using it and works fine.
qwerta369
sportydany
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is working and you can access US Netflix. There is a dedicated purpose too in the apps for US Netflix.
Thank you. But I would use it in a DD-WRT router, not in an app. US Netflix still possible? I'm wary because so far only ExpressVPN has proven reliable for US Netflix.
Hey, are you sure that PureVPN works on Netflix as well. I have heard some reviews that it does not support Netflix, any true?

Yes. All VPNs were blocked by Netflix in Feb 2016. Few VPNs have come up with different servers for Netflix. PureVPN has also started working since last few weeks.
banned#15
sportydany
sandra223
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is, I have been using it and works fine.
qwerta369
sportydany
qwerta369
USA VPN good for US Netflix?
Yes it is working and you can access US Netflix. There is a dedicated purpose too in the apps for US Netflix.
Thank you. But I would use it in a DD-WRT router, not in an app. US Netflix still possible? I'm wary because so far only ExpressVPN has proven reliable for US Netflix.
Hey, are you sure that PureVPN works on Netflix as well. I have heard some reviews that it does not support Netflix, any true?
Yes. All VPNs were blocked by Netflix in Feb 2016. Few VPNs have come up with different servers for Netflix. PureVPN has also started working since last few weeks.
Thanks for promptly addressing my concern. I was a little skeptical about this very concern, because here in Canada Netflix has a rather restricted content library (which I totally dread), and wanted to access the US Netflix. And lastly, as you mentioned they have the no logs policy, that seems a plus to me considering others don't have it.
#16
Better than tunnelbear?
#17
would this work on a vpn client router?
banned#18
NotoriousC
Better than tunnelbear?

It's hard to differentiate a VPN from another. As far as tunnelbear, hola etc are concerned, i think it would not be appropriate to compare these with the top VPNs like Purevpn & Express. Tunnelbear is merely for starters, who do not much care about security & privacy and want to unblock local or global sites mainly. But, when you like to stream BBC iPlayer etc. to watch your favorite sports matches or serial then you require a stable vpn, capable of reducing ISP throttling and allow users a better streaming quality with speed. In short, you go to tunnelbear's site, they are promoting free account subscription as well. You should bear this in mind that free = you are the product. I hope the store rep won't mind this response ;)
#19
888eyeball
would this work on a vpn client router?
As far as I know, yes it works on different types of routers. Here is their support link for your help https://support.purevpn.com/router-manual-setup-guide
#20
How does this work with plusnet internet and router
#21
Interesting
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#22
g8ryj
Just don't use it when in Dubai/UAE !


Why?
#23
I've gone for it and I'm impressed, it's really fast and simple to use
#24
Can I extend my existing account with this deal?
8 Likes #25
Alternatively you can buy lifetime PureVPN here for $89 (a little over £73) or 2 years for $59, so roughly the same price: https://stacksocial.com/sales/lifetime-of-purevpn

Not sure how they compare to PureVPN, but you could also go for one of the following:
VPN Unlimited - Lifetime $29 (£24) / 3 year $19 (£16) - https://stacksocial.com/sales/vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription
OneVPN - Lifetime $29 (£24) - https://stacksocial.com/sales/onevpn-lifetime-subscription
AnonVPN - Lifetime $19.01 (£16) at time of posting, price changes as it is beat the average / 1 year $1 - https://stacksocial.com/sales/pay-what-you-want-vpn-lifetime-bundle

Possible other cheap alternatives: https://stacksocial.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=VPN, I previously looked for reviews on a couple of these and there was a thread discussing RA4W VPN somewhere that put me off that one.

Cyberghost is a good VPN, currently on sale at £19.35 for 1 year Premium or £30.10 for 1 year Premium Plus - http://www.cyberghostvpn.com/

I did have Cyberghost VPN last year and their Windows software is really good, but couldn't get it working on DD-WRT. I bought VPN Unlimited lifetime from above when my last one run out, it supports 5 devices, has a reasonable Windows app, not as good as Cyberghost but not bad, Android app is also easy to use. I did get VPN Unlimited working on DD-WRT (it counts as one device from the five limit), but it lost connection after a while and doesn't auto-reconnect and is awkward if you ever want to change servers. The apps work far better for VPN Unlimited.

When connected to Cyberghost VPN, whatismyipaddress.com does not identify it as a VPN or Proxy on most of the servers. In comparison, VPN Unlimited seems to always get identified as "Suspected Network Sharing Device".

Sorry to hijack the thread a little, just want to help others make informed decisions, not tried PureVPN as my current solution works for me. Will be interested to hear comments from PureVPN users or people who have done more comparisons on VPNs than I have. Also interested to know how PureVPN identifies on whatismyipaddress.com or other similar sites and services, if they identify that a service might be running.

Edited By: nige182 on Oct 30, 2016 21:55: spelling
#26
Been using PureVPN for a couple of months now and it's pretty good. Mainly use it for UK VPN, sometimes when I'm in the UK, and can't say I've ever had any problems. Connects pretty quick and whatever time I check, there's always someone there on live chat
1 Like #27
This VPN service is a scam, never worked, and when I asked to be reimbursed, they refused. Stirr away!
1 Like #28
Anyone know any VPN that will work in China? Paid or free? Only for Facebook/google/YouTube.
1 Like #29
6moe66
Anyone know any VPN that will work in China? Paid or free? Only for Facebook/google/YouTube.

If that is all you want, I would try Cyberghost free edition first, it should allow that.
#30
I bit and paid my $60 for 2 years. Doesn't work in DD-WRT. Support can't understand why. Going to ask for refund I think.
#31
Been using this for months. Does the job. They have some servers that give almost full connection speeds, but also some that do not by any stretch.

Edited By: xenononon on Oct 30, 2016 22:46
#32
Can anyone confirm Netflix US (from the UK) is working with these guys? I have an Asus router with Merlin flashed so could set it there, obviously I want to watch it on the big telly, not the PC...

If so, is the bandwidth there for Ultra HD?

Ta.
1 Like #33
If using for security change your DNS settings to a neutral provider such as Open NIC DNS. Avoid companies like Google who retain your lookup history. If you don't change your DNS you will not be anonymous.
#34
Does this work well with Kodi on fire TV box?
#35
Netflix have not blocked vpns at all they have systems in place to block smartdns through their apps (as in smart TV app, xbox) but they can not detect VPN used through users watching directly from the website.
1 Like #36
6moe66
Anyone know any VPN that will work in China? Paid or free? Only for Facebook/google/YouTube.

Torguard have normal and stealth servers in China.
A stealth server makes the type of data unrecognisable, it doesn't show as encrypted data which means the government's plan to prevent messaging apps encrypting data pointless.
https://torguard.net/
They also provide private IPs (costs extra) good if you don't want the site to know you’re using a VPN and means you get less CAPTAs.


Edited By: intime on Oct 31, 2016 11:32: code for 50% discount has expired
#37
nige182
Alternatively you can buy lifetime PureVPN here for $89 (a little over £73) or 2 years for $59, so roughly the same price: https://stacksocial.com/sales/lifetime-of-purevpn
Not sure how they compare to PureVPN, but you could also go for one of the following:
VPN Unlimited - Lifetime $29 (£24) / 3 year $19 (£16) - https://stacksocial.com/sales/vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription
OneVPN - Lifetime $29 (£24) - https://stacksocial.com/sales/onevpn-lifetime-subscription
AnonVPN - Lifetime $19.01 (£16) at time of posting, price changes as it is beat the average / 1 year $1 - https://stacksocial.com/sales/pay-what-you-want-vpn-lifetime-bundle
Possible other cheap alternatives: https://stacksocial.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=VPN, I previously looked for reviews on a couple of these and there was a thread discussing RA4W VPN somewhere that put me off that one.
Cyberghost is a good VPN, currently on sale at £19.35 for 1 year Premium or £30.10 for 1 year Premium Plus - http://www.cyberghostvpn.com/
I did have Cyberghost VPN last year and their Windows software is really good, but couldn't get it working on DD-WRT. I bought VPN Unlimited lifetime from above when my last one run out, it supports 5 devices, has a reasonable Windows app, not as good as Cyberghost but not bad, Android app is also easy to use. I did get VPN Unlimited working on DD-WRT (it counts as one device from the five limit), but it lost connection after a while and doesn't auto-reconnect and is awkward if you ever want to change servers. The apps work far better for VPN Unlimited.
When connected to Cyberghost VPN, whatismyipaddress.com does not identify it as a VPN or Proxy on most of the servers. In comparison, VPN Unlimited seems to always get identified as "Suspected Network Sharing Device".
Sorry to hijack the thread a little, just want to help others make informed decisions, not tried PureVPN as my current solution works for me. Will be interested to hear comments from PureVPN users or people who have done more comparisons on VPNs than I have. Also interested to know how PureVPN identifies on whatismyipaddress.com or other similar sites and services, if they identify that a service might be running.

Thanks for all the info etc. I was just about to purchase a VPN subscription through Stacksocial, but noticed they have some really poor reviews on Trustpilot :(

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/stacksocial.com
#38
Ironsocket = best VPN service I ever used. 3 simultaneous logins (can share VPN between 3 different households) they give you proxy access for torrenting and smartdns and....it's only £30 a year on offer, much better than on what's offer from pure vpn
1 Like #39
anthony69
nige182
Alternatively you can buy lifetime PureVPN here for $89 (a little over £73) or 2 years for $59, so roughly the same price: https://stacksocial.com/sales/lifetime-of-purevpn
Not sure how they compare to PureVPN, but you could also go for one of the following:
VPN Unlimited - Lifetime $29 (£24) / 3 year $19 (£16) - https://stacksocial.com/sales/vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription
OneVPN - Lifetime $29 (£24) - https://stacksocial.com/sales/onevpn-lifetime-subscription
AnonVPN - Lifetime $19.01 (£16) at time of posting, price changes as it is beat the average / 1 year $1 - https://stacksocial.com/sales/pay-what-you-want-vpn-lifetime-bundle
Possible other cheap alternatives: https://stacksocial.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=VPN, I previously looked for reviews on a couple of these and there was a thread discussing RA4W VPN somewhere that put me off that one.
Cyberghost is a good VPN, currently on sale at £19.35 for 1 year Premium or £30.10 for 1 year Premium Plus - http://www.cyberghostvpn.com/
I did have Cyberghost VPN last year and their Windows software is really good, but couldn't get it working on DD-WRT. I bought VPN Unlimited lifetime from above when my last one run out, it supports 5 devices, has a reasonable Windows app, not as good as Cyberghost but not bad, Android app is also easy to use. I did get VPN Unlimited working on DD-WRT (it counts as one device from the five limit), but it lost connection after a while and doesn't auto-reconnect and is awkward if you ever want to change servers. The apps work far better for VPN Unlimited.
When connected to Cyberghost VPN, whatismyipaddress.com does not identify it as a VPN or Proxy on most of the servers. In comparison, VPN Unlimited seems to always get identified as "Suspected Network Sharing Device".
Sorry to hijack the thread a little, just want to help others make informed decisions, not tried PureVPN as my current solution works for me. Will be interested to hear comments from PureVPN users or people who have done more comparisons on VPNs than I have. Also interested to know how PureVPN identifies on whatismyipaddress.com or other similar sites and services, if they identify that a service might be running.
Thanks for all the info etc. I was just about to purchase a VPN subscription through Stacksocial, but noticed they have some really poor reviews on Trustpilot :(https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/stacksocial.com

Actually, scrub that!

I couldn't resist and took a chance. Went through ok, and I used a 10% discount code to get a lifetime subscription with VPN Unlimited for just $26, or £21.

Looks ok so far, and tested the Torrenting which seems ok too, good speeds. The subscription allows for installation on 5 devices as well, so I have just installed on my Android phone too.

Just noticed, if you bought the Lifetime Subscription deal directly through the VPN Unlimited website, the same package would cost you $129.99! So definetly worth purchasing through stacksocial!

Thanks Op!


Edited By: anthony69 on Oct 31, 2016 07:27: hjjhj
#40
Really should change my vpn, I'm paying nearly a fiver per month!

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