FastestVPN: Lifetime Subscription (10 Devices) £15.73 @ FastestVPN
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FastestVPN: Lifetime Subscription (10 Devices) £15.73 @ FastestVPN

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Expires on 31/07/2019Posted 7th Jun
Even cheaper this time around, direct from FastestVPN themselves. 200 servers in over 27 countries, 256-bit AES encryption, unlimited bandwidth and more


In today's age of hackers and spies, it's absolutely essential to protect your browsing activity by using a VPN. FastestVPN offers a smart, easy-to-use service for all devices including Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Smart TV and your router. As the name implies, this high-powered VPN operates with 99.9% uptime and gives you access to more than 200 high-speed servers around the globe. Plus, with a NAT firewall, ad blocker, anti-malware software, and a strict no logging policy, FastestVPN is extremely committed to your online security.

  • P2P optimized servers let you download & stream HD video w/ zero buffering and complete anonymity
  • Utilizes military-grade 256-bit AES encryption on all of its 200+ servers
  • Unlimited server switches and bandwidth
  • NAT firewall provides an additional layer of protection
  • Malware protection ensures the sites you visit are safe to access
  • Ad blocker prevents unfavorable ads from popping up on your screen
  • Internet kill switch protects your IP from being exposed if your connection drops
  • No logging policy guarantees nobody will ever have your private information
  • Bypass geo-restrictions & unlock any site you want
  • Use on 10 different devices at once
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I decided no after I lol ed at the 96% discount. Original price $1600, now going for $20.
How is this going to be around in a couple of year’s time with this business model?
I signed up with FastestVPN a couple of days ago, on another deal over at StackSocial, which is currently about £4 for a lifetime license for 1 device. I thought it was worth a shot at that price.

It works fine. The supplied software is a little buggy on my Mac, but works. Even Netflix works (only tried Canadian servers for that). Tried Romanian servers for accessing some blocked *cough*download*cough* sites, and that worked ok too. Found one countries servers which didn't work for me (Bulgaria) so I contacted support via chat and they replied instantly saying they'd investigate and fix. So it seeems fine for my limited needs.
whos gonna take one for the team and report back, will they sell you out anyway defeating the point of VPN?
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Wotan08/06/2019 19:03

can you download the certificates and use them with open VPN or do you …can you download the certificates and use them with open VPN or do you have to use their software?


yes you can download the .ovpn config files.

support.fastestvpn.com/tut…vpn
Edited by: "bill888" 9th Jun
Zaphod9908/06/2019 17:29

Live chat has successfully got me up and running. Now here's my next …Live chat has successfully got me up and running. Now here's my next problem, when I go to xmyip.com it says I'm not hidden and recommends that I use a vpn. No wonder this is cheap, what a RIP off.


fwiw, I use a different VPN provider, and xmyip.com incorrectly reports 'Hide IP: Use a VPN or Proxy!" too !

Run xmyip.com before and after connecting to VPN. If the reported IP address changes. The VPN is working.

Try using myip.com or whatismyipaddress.com
I also bought this from the stack social deal. I'm finding that about every other day I need to change location server as my connection stops. Bit annoying, but not a big deal.
Apart from that, very happy
Marvo43409/06/2019 10:54

I also bought this from the stack social deal. I'm finding that about …I also bought this from the stack social deal. I'm finding that about every other day I need to change location server as my connection stops. Bit annoying, but not a big deal.Apart from that, very happy


That’s quite annoying. Is this only when accessing Netflix or general browsing?
My problem happened again (windscribe and privatevpn). Could not get Netflix to connect. Did the usual troubleshoot and reset routter and no joy.

Was a simple fix - went into windscribe and turned firewall off and on again.

So is probably a firewall settting - can try turning firewall of the VPN off before uninstalling.
Still contemplating between this and the 3 year NordVPN deal ... decisions decisions
mascot9909/06/2019 18:12

Still contemplating between this and the 3 year NordVPN deal ... decisions …Still contemplating between this and the 3 year NordVPN deal ... decisions decisions


This is rubbish. As soon as I launch the vpn I immediately lose internet connection and the live chat operators don't give a monkey's.
Zaphod9909/06/2019 22:19

This is rubbish. As soon as I launch the vpn I immediately lose internet …This is rubbish. As soon as I launch the vpn I immediately lose internet connection and the live chat operators don't give a monkey's.


If you have the internet Kill switch enabled then when you launch it all internet connection will be disabled until the VPN is up and running. This is to stop leaking of your true location if the connection drops. It's a feature of many VPN as the last thing you want is for your VPN connection to drop and your computer start routing things from your true address
mascot9909/06/2019 11:55

That’s quite annoying. Is this only when accessing Netflix or general b …That’s quite annoying. Is this only when accessing Netflix or general browsing?



general browsing.
TBH back in 2015, NEOWIN did a lifetime subscription for PureVPN - paid $62.10 for it. 4 years later, still working perfectly.
Can use Hulu with this vpn????
For accessing a seedbox its fine (mine is £12 a year)
For everything else, id be worried about security of your data.
Faisal211007/06/2019 17:57

I'm in the same boat. No complaints with PIA but would rather not pay so …I'm in the same boat. No complaints with PIA but would rather not pay so much. Having said that they are classed as one of the best.



Check out surfshark.com. They have a promo now and the service is really great. I bought it 2 months ago and can't complain, it works with Netflix and cost me 45£ for 2 years.
Edited by: "strukef" 12th Jun
Can't you just buy a single license and bang it on your router?
qwales12/06/2019 14:46

Can't you just buy a single license and bang it on your router?

Most routers, especially from your service provider will not allow you to install a VPN directly to the router. Only certain routers will allow this and are usually expensive, see here techradar.com/uk/…ers
I wouldn't recommend any service that offers a lifetime subscription - I had a lifetime subscription for a VPN service and the company went bust. Given they're providing a service, I don't think the one-time purchase system works well. As always with VPN providers, you should read up on their privacy policy regarding if they actually store some of your details.

If anyone is looking for a decent provider, I'm currently liking Trust.Zone. There's a big old spreadsheet on the internet (I think under the reddit username thatprivacyguy) that compares alot of providers in terms of privacy and featureset. Trust.Zone ranked pretty highly at the time I was looking for one (may have changed, but unlikely) and they have sales pretty frequently - it's not going to get you the "value" of a lifetime subscription, but to be honest the fact I can't use my "lifetime" subscription of the other bust provider is a bit of a dealbreaker
Annjac12/06/2019 14:59

Most routers, especially from your service provider will not allow you to …Most routers, especially from your service provider will not allow you to install a VPN directly to the router. Only certain routers will allow this and are usually expensive, see here https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/best-vpn-routers



Most routers out of the box won't do it - but if you're the tinkering kind, then find a router that supports OpenWRT/DD-WRT/Tomato/etc. and you've got yourself a VPN capable router. One thing that these "out of the box" VPN routers will have over that solution is hardware acceleration for VPN related tasks (i.e. encryption) - a router without this may have poor throughput (speed) because of the encryption overhead. Many routers do have this hardware support though, including models that don't actually offer it on the firmware.

General blah blah blah about voiding your warranty.
Edited by: "SacredSkull" 12th Jun
My 3 years with NordVPN is just about up but I may go back, this sounds like you have to muck about a bit
SacredSkull12/06/2019 15:12

Most routers out of the box won't do it - but if you're the tinkering …Most routers out of the box won't do it - but if you're the tinkering kind, then find a router that supports OpenWRT/DD-WRT/Tomato/etc. and you've got yourself a VPN capable router. One thing that these "out of the box" VPN routers will have over that solution is hardware acceleration for VPN related tasks (i.e. encryption) - a router without this may have poor throughput (speed) because of the encryption overhead. Many routers do have this hardware support though, including models that don't actually offer it on the firmware.General blah blah blah about voiding your warranty.


I done this but found the three routers I tried crawled with it.
better than getflix?
At £8 I thought it was worth a punt. Going to try a 1 month sub to F1 TV to see how it performs.
Spark07/06/2019 17:54

Does this service actually work? I have a prepaid subscribe to PIA atm but …Does this service actually work? I have a prepaid subscribe to PIA atm but it expires fairly soon.


Yes i use this to stream my iptv and have no issues even during peak times when major events are on. I would recommend.
Pauladin9107/06/2019 19:19

I bought this last week for 8 quid for 2 devices. It's been great so far. …I bought this last week for 8 quid for 2 devices. It's been great so far. Get around 60-70meg download. I'm used to a constant 100mb on virgin so the speeds aren't so bad. Can't go wrong at this price tbh


How do you get 2 devices for £8? That would be enough for me really.
This might sound like a stupid question to some or maybe all of you
But is P2P safe to use
I always try to avoid it on Nord because I was never sure
I'm not sure I trust these 'lifetime' subscriptions. Looks to me like a quick up-front money grab while the VPN market is the new in thing. Also, when they run out of new customers then their income stops, how will they continue to support a 'lifetime' service.
Sticking to Nord VPN myself.
Edited by: "OverThereYou" 12th Jun
DealPerv201612/06/2019 16:46

Yes i use this to stream my iptv and have no issues even during peak times …Yes i use this to stream my iptv and have no issues even during peak times when major events are on. I would recommend.


Thinking about getting this just for IPTV which runs on my TV but that would reroute everything (Netflix, Youtube premium, Amazon video) via VPN which I don't want right? Is there any way to use only a single app with VPN?
M1sterDeeds07/06/2019 18:14

I decided no after I lol ed at the 96% discount. Original price $1600, …I decided no after I lol ed at the 96% discount. Original price $1600, now going for $20.


For which VPN is that one though?, or ... thanx.
Edited by: "amour3k" 12th Jun
FastestVPN practices zero-tolerance policy against any violation of terms or manipulation or violation of rights to services and the term of use. FastestVPN holds the right to terminate the contract and end the services provided based upon any violation of terms, *illegal activities*, or violation of the stated user agreement.

How would they know with a "no logs policy". It's all bull.
OverThereYou12/06/2019 16:51

I'm not sure I trust these 'lifetime' subscriptions. Looks to me like a …I'm not sure I trust these 'lifetime' subscriptions. Looks to me like a quick up-front money grab while the VPN market is the new in thing. Also, when they run out of new customers then their income stops, how will they continue to support a 'lifetime' service.Sticking to Nord VPN myself.


Funnily enough, I've previously wondered upon/speculated upon such thing's in the past too, as per these lifetime subscription thingy's, etc?.

Ahhhhhhhh well, lol.
I wonder how come they effort £15.53 for a lifetime commitment ??
Is it unlimited download ?
Could it be used to download from torrent sites ??
Annjac12/06/2019 14:59

Most routers, especially from your service provider will not allow you to …Most routers, especially from your service provider will not allow you to install a VPN directly to the router. Only certain routers will allow this and are usually expensive, see here https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/best-vpn-routers


And Router's that would allow VPN installation tend to pretty much cost you an arm and leg too like?, so ... :-(

Unless of course I'm mistaken ... lol.
Maybe a silly question but is it possible to use this and watch uS Netflix on a PS4 ?
Thanks Op.

I wont use it. Reasons are that I have PIA and to be honest you only get what you pay for these days.
So if its to good to be true then its probably is.
Not going to last aslong as the other companies.
How they meant to maintain there servers and people in the company? I would say adds would probably come along aswell.

Its up to people to make their choice, mine is i am not touching it.
Can someone say what speeds they are downloading, and is their any noticeable lag over your native ISP or another VPN?
I use their service pretty much daily to watch stuff from the US. The speed is good. Not sure why they are running a deal like this, hopefully this won't make them go out of business. I've got their 3-year deal for $20, which was posted here a couple of years ago.
pantaiema12/06/2019 17:05

I wonder how come they effort £15.53 for a lifetime commitment ??Is it …I wonder how come they effort £15.53 for a lifetime commitment ??Is it unlimited download ?Could it be used to download from torrent sites ??


Yep. Especially the Russian servers
amour3k12/06/2019 16:57

For which VPN is that one though?, or ... thanx.


I didn't understand your question?

If you are asking which VPN I'm referring to regarding the 96% discount, then, I'm referring to this deal. FastestVPN. It says further down the link that you save 96%. $1600 is crossed out and $20 is written below it.
hmmm I have a PC running a plex server. If I ran VPN on this machine, but then my pc in the front room where I run the plex media player, I'm guessing this will confuse it into thinking its not local, and therefore end up streaming my own files across it instead of direct?
M1sterDeeds12/06/2019 18:16

I didn't understand your question?If you are asking which VPN I'm …I didn't understand your question?If you are asking which VPN I'm referring to regarding the 96% discount, then, I'm referring to this deal. FastestVPN. It says further down the link that you save 96%. $1600 is crossed out and $20 is written below it.


That was pretty much my ask question, hehehehehehe, I also see as to what you're referring to now too, thanx.
Edited by: "amour3k" 12th Jun
jamesscottg12/06/2019 17:23

Maybe a silly question but is it possible to use this and watch uS Netflix …Maybe a silly question but is it possible to use this and watch uS Netflix on a PS4 ?


A few people have already commented earlier in regards to that very same NETFLIX U.S. server's thing, etc, lol.

I believe this particular VPN doesn't support it unfortunately. :-(

Unless of course, someone else has found another way around it like?, or ... :-)

Thanx.
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