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CyberGhost VPN - 18 months £38.70 (poss £9.96 after Cashback at Quidco)
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CyberGhost VPN - 18 months £38.70 (poss £9.96 after Cashback at Quidco)

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CyberGhost VPN - 18 months £38.70 (poss £9.96 after Cashback at Quidco)
Posted 17th Aug 2020

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£38.70 for CyberGhost VPN for 18 months. Quidco is offering 74.25% cash back making the deal £9.96 for 18 months with an excellent VPN.
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Under another offer I managed to get 18 months for around £19. Cashback tracked without any problems in June and has already been paid.

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Showing as 36% cashback on Quidco for me.
I’ve used CyberGhost for the past 2 years it’s an excellent service
Is this alright for access hulu, CBS all access etc...? Seen a few bits online saying that it detects the vpn and blocks (First time actually looking to buy a VPN )
I used Cyberghost for a bit, but I don't see any reason to pay- Free VPN
Neil_David18/08/2020 06:02

Showing as 36% cashback on Quidco for me.



Showing as 36% for me too
thegiant8618/08/2020 09:57

Showing as 36% for me too


I’m a Quidco premium member. Maybe that’s the difference?
41694782-smz01.jpgA good VPN and a great price for the 12 + 6 free months.
Only at this price for the next 9 hours or so.
Edited by: "oneladyowner" 18th Aug
Anyone received topcashback? Mine said £29 but it hasn't tracked
The_Name_With_No_Man18/08/2020 09:17

I used Cyberghost for a bit, but I don't see any reason to pay- Free VPN



Because if you don't pay for the product, you ARE the product. Never trust a free service that deals with your private data. The only way they can make the money to keep the service going is to sell your data, defeating the purpose of a VPN.
immenseone20/08/2020 23:36

Anyone received topcashback? Mine said £29 but it hasn't tracked


I have it pending since May!
Showboat27/08/2020 14:16

I have it pending since May!


Mine didn't track so requested refund. Received refund in under an hour
Wyld_Stallyns27/08/2020 13:18

Because if you don't pay for the product, you ARE the product. Never trust …Because if you don't pay for the product, you ARE the product. Never trust a free service that deals with your private data. The only way they can make the money to keep the service going is to sell your data, defeating the purpose of a VPN.


If you bothered to look on the site you would see:

A-This free VPN service is supported by advertisement on our website and generous donations made by our supporters.

B-Our privacy policy is simple: We respect your privacy. We do not collect any personal information or store any user's internet data.

That "they must be evil if they are free" chant comes out every time I post the link to this service. It's lazy thinking. If they want to make money and aren't ethical, they would charge subscriptions AND sell user's data. Facile thinkers never suspect that.

On the other hand, if you believe you have to pay to get the providers to respect your privacy, you can donate.

Of course VPNs can't actually see your "data". The stream between you and the site you are accessing is encrypted, and passes through the VPN in encrypted form. All the VPN can see is what site you are visiting. It isn't like facebook, etc, where the site can see everything you post.
Edited by: "The_Name_With_No_Man" 27th Aug
The_Name_With_No_Man27/08/2020 15:35

If you bothered to look on the site you would see:A-This free VPN service …If you bothered to look on the site you would see:A-This free VPN service is supported by advertisement on our website and generous donations made by our supporters.B-Our privacy policy is simple: We respect your privacy. We do not collect any personal information or store any user's internet data.That "they must be evil if they are free" chant comes out every time I post the link to this service. It's lazy thinking. If they want to make money and aren't ethical, they would charge subscriptions AND sell user's data. Facile thinkers never suspect that.On the other hand, if you believe you have to pay to get the providers to respect your privacy, you can donate.Of course VPNs can't actually see your "data". The stream between you and the site you are accessing is encrypted, and passes through the VPN in encrypted form. All the VPN can see is what site you are visiting. It isn't like facebook, etc, where the site can see everything you post.



Not only did I "bother to look on the site", I used to use these years ago when i was more ignorant of the risks.

If you feel comforted because they say "Our privacy policy is simple: We respect your privacy. We do not collect any personal information or store any user's internet data." then that's your decision. Just realise that both legitemate and shady VPNs can write this on their privacy policy pages. That doesn't make it true.

A quick Google about VPNBook and you'll see they're slow, only have 5 server locations, rarely works with Netflix, has DNS Leaks and they log IP addresses & connection timestamps for a week which have shown up in court records after they've been subpoenaed. There's also accusations of them being a honeypot but that's hard to verify.

The fact you think your IP and sites you visit isn't part of "your data" is baffling.

You do you.
I love these VPN threads because everybody feels the need to pitch in and say how their VPN is better than this that and the other VPN. The deal itself gets completely lost.
Wyld_Stallyns27/08/2020 15:58

Not only did I "bother to look on the site", I used to use these years ago …Not only did I "bother to look on the site", I used to use these years ago when i was more ignorant of the risks.If you feel comforted because they say "Our privacy policy is simple: We respect your privacy. We do not collect any personal information or store any user's internet data." then that's your decision. Just realise that both legitemate and shady VPNs can write this on their privacy policy pages. That doesn't make it true.A quick Google about VPNBook and you'll see they're slow, only have 5 server locations, rarely works with Netflix, has DNS Leaks and they log IP addresses & connection timestamps for a week which have shown up in court records after they've been subpoenaed. There's also accusations of them being a honeypot but that's hard to verify.The fact you think your IP and sites you visit isn't part of "your data" is baffling.You do you.



So you don't trust the site, but for some reason you think that paying some other site renders them trustworthy. As I said, if they are not ethical, they will both charge you AND sell "your data" (which most people will think means more than just a list of sites you have visited). People are always making unfounded accusations of shadiness. You are one of them.
The_Name_With_No_Man27/08/2020 17:47

So you don't trust the site, but for some reason you think that paying …So you don't trust the site, but for some reason you think that paying some other site renders them trustworthy. As I said, if they are not ethical, they will both charge you AND sell "your data" (which most people will think means more than just a list of sites you have visited). People are always making unfounded accusations of shadiness. You are one of them.



True, the paid ones could do the same. But the paid ones make more money and the most trustworthy spend that money on third-party audits to proove their claims. That's who I'll trust more. If you want to go with the argument that you can't for sure know who you can trust, so trust EVERYONE, you do you. I'll stick with those who have demonstrated their trustworthyness.

Now if you'll excuse me, I've got better things to do than argue with a random gammon on the internet who considers his views so matter of fact that somone disagreeing causes their face to glow so ruddy i can feel the heat coming through my screen. I don't think my monitor warranty covers that.

Take a breath, chill out and have a good one.
Edited by: "Wyld_Stallyns" 27th Aug
Wyld_Stallyns27/08/2020 18:25

Now if you'll excuse me, I've got better things to do than argue with a …Now if you'll excuse me, I've got better things to do than argue with a random gammon on the internet who considers his views so matter of fact that somone disagreeing causes their face to glow so ruddy i can feel the heat coming through my screen. I don't think my monitor warranty covers that.Take a breath, chill out and have a good one.


Do you really? Because it was you who decided to take a pop at me. All I did was post a link to a free VPN service, but you couldn't bear the idea and had to expound your simplistic conspiracy theory.
The_Name_With_No_Man27/08/2020 20:28

Do you really? Because it was you who decided to take a pop at me. All I …Do you really? Because it was you who decided to take a pop at me. All I did was post a link to a free VPN service, but you couldn't bear the idea and had to expound your simplistic conspiracy theory.


TIL: Disagreed = Having a pop. That's quite the reach you've made there. The gammonry continues.

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Wyld_Stallyns27/08/2020 20:35

TIL: Disagreed = Having a pop. That's quite the reach you've made there. …TIL: Disagreed = Having a pop. That's quite the reach you've made there. The gammonry continues.[Image]



So you have found the time to carry on after all. I am not sure how you can "disagree" with me posting a link. Are you saying that I am not entitled to make a contribution? That you must protect others from the information I post?
Yikes....
Offer of £2.15 a month for 18 month still avaiable. Also 36% cashback at Quidco
immenseone20/08/2020 23:36

Anyone received topcashback? Mine said £29 but it hasn't tracked


I've just purchased through Topcashback with the same offer.
My current sub was due to run out end of October...
Good price anyway, used this company for last 4 years.
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