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One of the best VPN services out there. Their own application available for easy use and setup for all mayor platforms - Android, iOS, MAC, Windows and Linux. License limited for use on 5 devices simu…
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One of the best VPN services out there. Their own application available for easy use and setup for all mayor platforms - Android, iOS, MAC, Windows and Linux. License limited for use on 5 devices simultaneously. No logs kept, DNS Leak Protection, IPv6 Leak Protection, VPN Kill Switch. Multiple locations to choose from: US, UK, CA, NZ, AU, NL, SWE, NOR, DNK, FIN, IND, MEX, BRA, ISR, JPN, SGP, HKG, TUR, ROU, RUS, ITA, IRL, CHE, DEU, FRA. Also free socks5 proxy is included in the price.
Brilliant service and speeds for those who enjoy privacy from their ISP, advertising companies, government etc. Bypass online bans on games and play again, stream whatever you like on Kodi, watch HULU or other country specific, or blocked content. Also Torrenting is allowed on all servers.
Internet - the way it suppose to be!
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https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/pcmag-special-deal-2016

even cheaper and excellent service best one I have tried, speed is excellent, never have to reinstall the software and allows access to sky. bbc iplayer etc when out of the UK with no issues.


Edited By: eslick on Jun 12, 2016 13:43

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1 Like #1
It's permanently on offer, it's marketing - you pay $35 for 6 months or $4 more for 12.
#2
This is what I paid last year, great service though, well worth it!
6 Likes #3
https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/pcmag-special-deal-2016

even cheaper and excellent service best one I have tried, speed is excellent, never have to reinstall the software and allows access to sky. bbc iplayer etc when out of the UK with no issues.


Edited By: eslick on Jun 12, 2016 13:43
1 Like #4
eslick
https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/pcmag-special-deal-2016
even cheaper and excellent service best one I have tried, speed is excellent, never have to reinstall the software and allows access to sky. bbc iplayer etc with no issues.
Damn, wish I knew this couple weeks ago... (_;)
#5
Does this also work on PS4?
1 Like #6
I'm a noob, was wondering if anyone could help this poor noob. Is it possible to run a VPN through the router so you don't have to worry about installing software on each device, are there hardware solutions available? Any help would be greatly appreciated
2 Likes #7
candyman86
I'm a noob, was wondering if anyone could help this poor noob. Is it possible to run a VPN through the router so you don't have to worry about installing software on each device, are there hardware solutions available? Any help would be greatly appreciated

Which router (make & model) do you have my friend?
1 Like #8
candyman86
I'm a noob, was wondering if anyone could help this poor noob. Is it possible to run a VPN through the router so you don't have to worry about installing software on each device, are there hardware solutions available? Any help would be greatly appreciated


​you can but remember the decryption of the VPN traffic at full speed will need a good CPU. most off the shelf routers will not be good enough for fibre speeds and would likely need open wrt on there.

I run pfsense on a Xeon dell t20 and it handles my speed no problems. I do not notice any slow down through the VPN. I do not use pia though, I used to but now run with air con.
1 Like #9
*air vpn. ​
#10
I know speed is dependant on a number of factors but what sort of torrent speeds do people get using this service ?
1 Like #11
BEWARE OF THIS PROVIDER!!! They change the terms and conditions of their service without warning!!!They stopped providing support to geo located services like BBC, without offering a refund. Fortunately they did this in Feb about a month before my subscription was about to expire. Like be_vigilant I am now with air vpn.
4 Likes #12
You are clearly misrepresenting this provider. They no longer offer support to geo located services like the BBC. They stopped access without warning and without offering a refund.
BigDiscovery

One of the best VPN services out there. Their own application available for easy use and setup for all mayor platforms - Android, iOS, MAC, Windows and Linux. License limited for use on 5 devices simultaneously. No logs kept, DNS Leak Protection, IPv6 Leak Protection, VPN Kill Switch. Multiple locations to choose from: US, UK, CA, NZ, AU, NL, SWE, NOR, DNK, FIN, IND, MEX, BRA, ISR, JPN, SGP, HKG, TUR, ROU, RUS, ITA, IRL, CHE, DEU, FRA. Also free socks5 proxy is included in the price.
Brilliant service and speeds for those who enjoy privacy from their ISP, advertising companies, government etc. Bypass online bans on games and play again, stream whatever you like on Kodi, watch HULU or other country specific, or blocked content. Also Torrenting is allowed on all servers.
Internet - the way it suppose to be!
Title, price and link update, thanks to eslick!
#14
New2Deals
candyman86
I'm a noob, was wondering if anyone could help this poor noob. Is it possible to run a VPN through the router so you don't have to worry about installing software on each device, are there hardware solutions available? Any help would be greatly appreciated

Which router (make & model) do you have my friend?


​I'm on virgin and I've got the super hub 2
1 Like #15
I have PIA and would say the price is tempting and i switched from strong vpn to PIA and wish i never as i find with PIA afew websites are blocked you cannot get netflix with this vpn provider and some other sites. Netflix have blocked alot of Vpn providers that use shared vpn ip address which PIA are on there block list. Next time soon as my yr is up im off from PIA for that reason they should also give a option for a dedicated ip address which PIA don,t and other Vpn providers are starting to do . But PIA for the price is good and there no log policy is good and that is what tempted me to them.
1 Like #16
be_vigilant
candyman86
I'm a noob, was wondering if anyone could help this poor noob. Is it possible to run a VPN through the router so you don't have to worry about installing software on each device, are there hardware solutions available? Any help would be greatly appreciated


​you can but remember the decryption of the VPN traffic at full speed will need a good CPU. most off the shelf routers will not be good enough for fibre speeds and would likely need open wrt on there.

I run pfsense on a Xeon dell t20 and it handles my speed no problems. I do not notice any slow down through the VPN. I do not use pia though, I used to but now run with air con.


​I've got an old laptop that I don't really use anymore, would this be sufficient? how much did the Dell t20 set you back?
#17
found them to dc a lot, slightly buggy client too. kill switch is great though. ymmv
2 Likes #18
fish323
You are clearly misrepresenting this provider. They no longer offer support to geo located services like the BBC. They stopped access without warning and without offering a refund.
BigDiscovery

One of the best VPN services out there. Their own application available for easy use and setup for all mayor platforms - Android, iOS, MAC, Windows and Linux. License limited for use on 5 devices simultaneously. No logs kept, DNS Leak Protection, IPv6 Leak Protection, VPN Kill Switch. Multiple locations to choose from: US, UK, CA, NZ, AU, NL, SWE, NOR, DNK, FIN, IND, MEX, BRA, ISR, JPN, SGP, HKG, TUR, ROU, RUS, ITA, IRL, CHE, DEU, FRA. Also free socks5 proxy is included in the price.
Brilliant service and speeds for those who enjoy privacy from their ISP, advertising companies, government etc. Bypass online bans on games and play again, stream whatever you like on Kodi, watch HULU or other country specific, or blocked content. Also Torrenting is allowed on all servers.
Internet - the way it suppose to be!
Title, price and link update, thanks to eslick!


I dont think they stopped it -rather Netflix and the likes blocked their IP ranges from accessing geo located content
#19
Read the link
https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/forum/discussion/20348/geolocked-content-no-longer-supported
No problems with geo locked content on air.
Dispell
fish323
You are clearly misrepresenting this provider. They no longer offer support to geo located services like the BBC. They stopped access without warning and without offering a refund.
BigDiscovery

One of the best VPN services out there. Their own application available for easy use and setup for all mayor platforms - Android, iOS, MAC, Windows and Linux. License limited for use on 5 devices simultaneously. No logs kept, DNS Leak Protection, IPv6 Leak Protection, VPN Kill Switch. Multiple locations to choose from: US, UK, CA, NZ, AU, NL, SWE, NOR, DNK, FIN, IND, MEX, BRA, ISR, JPN, SGP, HKG, TUR, ROU, RUS, ITA, IRL, CHE, DEU, FRA. Also free socks5 proxy is included in the price.
Brilliant service and speeds for those who enjoy privacy from their ISP, advertising companies, government etc. Bypass online bans on games and play again, stream whatever you like on Kodi, watch HULU or other country specific, or blocked content. Also Torrenting is allowed on all servers.
Internet - the way it suppose to be!
Title, price and link update, thanks to eslick!
I dont think they stopped it -rather Netflix and the likes blocked their IP ranges from accessing geo located content


Edited By: fish323 on Jun 12, 2016 15:24
#20
PIA are ok, reasonably cheap, but you may well find that speeds are a little slow, even when connecting to UK servers while you're located in the UK, and support can be somewhat slow, as well as sticking to predefined scripts, even when you tell them before they start you've been through all their steps yourself. Then again, that's not unusual these days when companies use lowest tender call centres rather than dedicated trained staff. I used them for a couple of years, but I now use AirVPN, who offer less servers in less countries, but faster through speeds, and better support. They are dearer than PIA, but you pay your money, you take your pick.
1 Like #21
I've been looking at getting a good VPN for a while, so this is worth a try, we'll see how it goes.

Now we need VPNs to find a way to hide they are VPNs so that the sites blocking them can be bypassed... and so it goes on and on in the great techie wars... (_;)
1 Like #22
candyman86
I'm a noob, was wondering if anyone could help this poor noob. Is it possible to run a VPN through the router so you don't have to worry about installing software on each device, are there hardware solutions available? Any help would be greatly appreciated


have a look to this, it might worth the money https://www.loganmarchione.com/2014/10/openwrt-with-openvpn-client-on-tp-link-tl-mr3020/
1 Like #23
Can anyone recommend a VPN service?
I'm on the look out for one and been looking at Ivacy, NordVPN and PIA. Any idea if these are any good or would you suggest something different?
#24
whats the coveration rate for amazon for $31.95
#25
I wonder if this would get round the traffic shaping by SSE that's causing so much consternation just now? :|
1 Like #26
andyhhhdx
Can anyone recommend a VPN service?
I'm on the look out for one and been looking at Ivacy, NordVPN and PIA. Any idea if these are any good or would you suggest something different?


PIA is good, was using it for almost 2 yrs now. Their CS is good as well and very fast. No BS straight to the subject when you contact them
1 Like #27
can anyone suggest a cheap off the shelf router that I can use on one if these vpn services?
#28
If you use a vpn such as this, how unique is the ip address you are given? Eg will I be the only person using that ip at the time? I need this for matched betting and wouldn't want someone else betting from the same ip address.
2 Likes #29
candyman86
be_vigilant
candyman86
I'm a noob, was wondering if anyone could help this poor noob. Is it possible to run a VPN through the router so you don't have to worry about installing software on each device, are there hardware solutions available? Any help would be greatly appreciated


​you can but remember the decryption of the VPN traffic at full speed will need a good CPU. most off the shelf routers will not be good enough for fibre speeds and would likely need open wrt on there.

I run pfsense on a Xeon dell t20 and it handles my speed no problems. I do not notice any slow down through the VPN. I do not use pia though, I used to but now run with air con.


​I've got an old laptop that I don't really use anymore, would this be sufficient? how much did the Dell t20 set you back?


​it just depends what processing power the laptop has. the Xeon t20 was about £180 after I received my cash back and credit card cash back. it's much more than just my firewall though. it's also my freenas , team speak server, downloading VM. I just stick a night hawk router/ WiFi AP in the back. then all clients in my home run through air vpn
#30
ScampiLamp
If you use a vpn such as this, how unique is the ip address you are given? Eg will I be the only person using that ip at the time? I need this for matched betting and wouldn't want someone else betting from the same ip address.


​not unique at all. you share the IP with many people
#31
Great find... Can I use on multiple devices or install on one only?
#32
Interesting comments, folks! For my needs I don't really require dedicated IP, but would love to use VPN which provides both options. What's your choice and how much does it cost?
#33
dante2000
andyhhhdx
Can anyone recommend a VPN service?
I'm on the look out for one and been looking at Ivacy, NordVPN and PIA. Any idea if these are any good or would you suggest something different?
PIA is good, was using it for almost 2 yrs now. Their CS is good as well and very fast. No BS straight to the subject when you contact them

Cheers buddy, i've took the plunge and bought it.
#34
justonemorepie
can anyone suggest a cheap off the shelf router that I can use on one if these vpn services?

Look for various routers that you can install DD WRT firmware on. I had an old d link that was left by the previous tenant in our old flat, and you can do all sorts with it, including VPN.

It can be a bit overwhelming with ash the options though. Google it and you should have be able to find a list of compatible routers.

Regarding PIA, I'm in France and recently tried this. There is a seven day cancellation/refund option. I got an immediate refund after a day when it became clear that iPlayer wouldn't work at all. Spent so long trying different UK servers and not a single one worked.

Have to use Hola for now. Wouldn't put anything secure through it, but can usually find a working server within a few minutes and is fine for iPlayer.
#35
Thanks. I've got a dlink that has dd wrt but I cant get more than 10 meg out of it on my 30 meg connection in Spain. This was an eBay buy so I'd like something new rather even if I have to flash it myself.
#36
northlondon01
justonemorepie
can anyone suggest a cheap off the shelf router that I can use on one if these vpn services?
Look for various routers that you can install DD WRT firmware on. I had an old d link that was left by the previous tenant in our old flat, and you can do all sorts with it, including VPN.
It can be a bit overwhelming with ash the options though. Google it and you should have be able to find a list of compatible routers.
Regarding PIA, I'm in France and recently tried this. There is a seven day cancellation/refund option. I got an immediate refund after a day when it became clear that iPlayer wouldn't work at all. Spent so long trying different UK servers and not a single one worked.
Have to use Hola for now. Wouldn't put anything secure through it, but can usually find a working server within a few minutes and is fine for iPlayer.

Used two of the U.K.Ones with out issues from all over the world on phone and iPad no issues.
#37
I have been using PIA for the last 5 years never had issues with them got it on my phone, pc, server and Mac works fine.
#38
eslick
northlondon01
justonemorepie
can anyone suggest a cheap off the shelf router that I can use on one if these vpn services?
Look for various routers that you can install DD WRT firmware on. I had an old d link that was left by the previous tenant in our old flat, and you can do all sorts with it, including VPN.
It can be a bit overwhelming with ash the options though. Google it and you should have be able to find a list of compatible routers.
Regarding PIA, I'm in France and recently tried this. There is a seven day cancellation/refund option. I got an immediate refund after a day when it became clear that iPlayer wouldn't work at all. Spent so long trying different UK servers and not a single one worked.
Have to use Hola for now. Wouldn't put anything secure through it, but can usually find a working server within a few minutes and is fine for iPlayer.
Used two of the U.K.Ones with out issues from all over the world on phone and iPad no issues.

It worked in general terms, but I think BBC have been playing whack-a-mole with the IP addresses of their London and Southampton servers.

The forums on there said it's trial and error to find an IP that isn't blocked.

At least people know it's not guaranteed to work with iPlayer all the time. However their customer service was great, and after a few hours trying different connections via Windows and Android and it not working they refunded immediately.
#39
northlondon01
eslick
northlondon01
justonemorepie
can anyone suggest a cheap off the shelf router that I can use on one if these vpn services?
Look for various routers that you can install DD WRT firmware on. I had an old d link that was left by the previous tenant in our old flat, and you can do all sorts with it, including VPN.
It can be a bit overwhelming with ash the options though. Google it and you should have be able to find a list of compatible routers.
Regarding PIA, I'm in France and recently tried this. There is a seven day cancellation/refund option. I got an immediate refund after a day when it became clear that iPlayer wouldn't work at all. Spent so long trying different UK servers and not a single one worked.
Have to use Hola for now. Wouldn't put anything secure through it, but can usually find a working server within a few minutes and is fine for iPlayer.
Used two of the U.K.Ones with out issues from all over the world on phone and iPad no issues.
It worked in general terms, but I think BBC have been playing whack-a-mole with the IP addresses of their London and Southampton servers.
The forums on there said it's trial and error to find an IP that isn't blocked.
At least people know it's not guaranteed to work with iPlayer all the time. However their customer service was great, and after a few hours trying different connections via Windows and Android and it not working they refunded immediately.
Air works first time, last time and every time on the BBC iPlayer. I use it every day.
#40
fish323
northlondon01
eslick
northlondon01
justonemorepie
can anyone suggest a cheap off the shelf router that I can use on one if these vpn services?
Look for various routers that you can install DD WRT firmware on. I had an old d link that was left by the previous tenant in our old flat, and you can do all sorts with it, including VPN.
It can be a bit overwhelming with ash the options though. Google it and you should have be able to find a list of compatible routers.
Regarding PIA, I'm in France and recently tried this. There is a seven day cancellation/refund option. I got an immediate refund after a day when it became clear that iPlayer wouldn't work at all. Spent so long trying different UK servers and not a single one worked.
Have to use Hola for now. Wouldn't put anything secure through it, but can usually find a working server within a few minutes and is fine for iPlayer.
Used two of the U.K.Ones with out issues from all over the world on phone and iPad no issues.
It worked in general terms, but I think BBC have been playing whack-a-mole with the IP addresses of their London and Southampton servers.
The forums on there said it's trial and error to find an IP that isn't blocked.
At least people know it's not guaranteed to work with iPlayer all the time. However their customer service was great, and after a few hours trying different connections via Windows and Android and it not working they refunded immediately.
Air works first time, last time and every time on the BBC iPlayer. I use it every day.
You got a link to the provider please? What's the yearly cost?

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