NordVPN 2017 Black Friday Deal - 3 Years Plan with 77% off ~£75 ($99) or £2.09/month
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NordVPN 2017 Black Friday Deal - 3 Years Plan with 77% off ~£75 ($99) or £2.09/month

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Edited by:"America_Bigg-110598906735"Found 7th Nov
NordVPN has Black Friday sale and offers 3-Year Subscription for approx. ~£75 ($99) or $2.75/month with code BLACKDEAL.

As NordVPN provides 100% money back guarantee for 30 days no matter what is the reason you could try it without any risk.

NordVPN is located outside of the US, Australia and whole 14 Eyes and strictly keeps no logs policy.
Fourteen Eyes partners – the US, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Denmark, France, Holland, Norway, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Sweden and Spain - to trace "anyone, anywhere, anytime" in what is described as "the golden age" signals intelligence.

NordVPN is ranked #1 out of 290 VPNs overall according to VPNMentor.com as well as the #2 for torrents.
NordVPN is also PCMag's editor's choice(pcmag.com) as well as Bestvpn.com's(bestvpn.com)

NordVPN features:
6 simultaneous connections
2100+ Servers in 61 Countries
2048-bit SSL Encryption
No Logging Policy
P2P welcome
Ads blocker included (CyberSec)
Extension for Google Chrome
Double VPN and Tor VPN Connections
Kill Switch
VPN Gateways Tuned for Streaming Media
24/7 Customer Support via live chat
Unblock more than 400 streaming services (US Netflix if you are overseas, BBC iPlayer and many other like sport hubs UEFA Champions League, Bundesliga and etc.)
Works in China and other highly restricted countries (obfuscated servers)
Most of Servers can be connected as http or SOCKS5 proxy

Top comments

Krinkle37 m ago

Is it worth committing for so long to any VPN...it's only a matter of time …Is it worth committing for so long to any VPN...it's only a matter of time before ISP's start banning them 'cos they know most who have them do so to view/download illegal content. For now...worth it, for 3 years...?



Highly unlikely to happen. VPNs are as old as the hills and businesses often rely on them to support the activities of homeworkers connecting to on-prem resources (yes even with all things Cloud).

VPNs aren't going away any time soon.

Problem is they are all slow.

I use PIA and never had a problem.

For those of you on the fence, these guys offer a 3 day free trial - free.nordvpn.com
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Is it worth committing for so long to any VPN...it's only a matter of time before ISP's start banning them 'cos they know most who have them do so to view/download illegal content. For now...worth it, for 3 years...?

Problem is they are all slow.

is this better than ipvanish?

monitor111 m ago

Problem is they are all slow.


I can max out my 76Mb fibre connection via NordVPN, it's very server dependant though. You need to know the right servers to use.

Works with Netflix. There was a 2 year deal last week which I used to extend my subscription. Otherwise I would be all over this. All Subbed up for 2 1/2 years.

Krinkle37 m ago

Is it worth committing for so long to any VPN...it's only a matter of time …Is it worth committing for so long to any VPN...it's only a matter of time before ISP's start banning them 'cos they know most who have them do so to view/download illegal content. For now...worth it, for 3 years...?



Highly unlikely to happen. VPNs are as old as the hills and businesses often rely on them to support the activities of homeworkers connecting to on-prem resources (yes even with all things Cloud).

VPNs aren't going away any time soon.

Original Poster

Sh4rk_test17 m ago

Highly unlikely to happen. VPNs are as old as the hills and businesses …Highly unlikely to happen. VPNs are as old as the hills and businesses often rely on them to support the activities of homeworkers connecting to on-prem resources (yes even with all things Cloud).VPNs aren't going away any time soon.


Agree, China is trying to block all VPNs but they're still working letting people and business to access all content

great deal op. I signed up for the 2 year deal for the same amount just over 1 month ago. It works perfectly with netflix :-)

Now so slow I cannot watch anything on mid speed fibre. Disappointed.

Sketch6 h, 3 m ago

Now so slow I cannot watch anything on mid speed fibre. Disappointed.

My 100mb connection, downloads at a MAX 13mb/s without a VPN but when I use VPN, it goes to max 2.5mb/s. Would like it to be a bit faster, but still happy.

Just a quick question, does the VPN program work SPECIFIC on one connection, or can you use any internet connection, where ever you go and the VPN program still valid?? If so, I'll bite. Thanks

I was with NordVPN until September this year. I didn't renew because their servers can be slow (sometimes painfully slow) and finding ones that were not (or were not already full) was too hit and miss.
Edited by: "OttovonPrimark" 7th Nov

navinski23 h, 47 m ago

is this better than ipvanish?


IPVanish is based within a Five Eyes country

Super happy with NordVPN, no speed issues at all with my 100MB fibre connection. You should connect to the right server as someone pointed out before.

I use PIA and never had a problem.

Could I watch my amazon prime video with this when I am in Spain?

I use Trust Zone as they do not keep records of what sites you visit. Some companies do and if asked by say the constabulary, they must make that information available to them. Never had a problem yet and barely slows down my 38MB connection.

navinski7th Nov

is this better than ipvanish?



No but better than cilIPbang. Bang, and the nosey b4stards are gone.
Edited by: "supermann" 17th Nov

Does anyone know if you can configure a Synology NAS to use NordVPN? It doesn’t work with IPVanishVPN so thinking of binning them off

LOL_is_stupid23 m ago

Does anyone know if you can configure a Synology NAS to use NordVPN? It …Does anyone know if you can configure a Synology NAS to use NordVPN? It doesn’t work with IPVanishVPN so thinking of binning them off

Quite possibly as Nord support many protocols and devices. Check Nord site as they have a guide to using on many different devices.
nordvpn.com/tut…pn/
Edited by: "8eaker" 8th Nov

Do you have to pay the £75 upfront or can you pay Monthly?

Want to get this now but blocked site by my company lol

Iru78615 h, 17 m ago

I use PIA and never had a problem.


I've seen two years for £42 quid (new customers) on a few different sites over the past few months (stacksocial being one).
Hopefully it works if you just start a new account as I'll be trying that soon.

Been using Nord for over a year. Consistently decent service, good app on desktop and mobile.

Just extended for 3 years.

Interested in subbing to NordVPN but first a need a decent router to go with my superhub 3 on virginmedia,any recommendations,been told you have to be careful with the router you buy supports the vpn you use and to get it to work with the vpn you buy you might have to flash it with custom firmware,depending on what router you buy obviously.
Edited by: "mike33" 10th Nov

I already have a vpn but can I buy this and use it after my one expires? or is it 3 years from purchase?

mike336 h, 35 m ago

Interested in subbing to NordVPN but first a need a decent router to go …Interested in subbing to NordVPN but first a need a decent router to go with my superhub 3 on virginmedia,any recommendations,been told you have to be careful with the router you buy supports the vpn you use and to get it to work with the vpn you buy you might have to flash it with custom firmware,depending on what router you buy obviously.


Asus RT-AC88U is brilliant but pricey. RT-AC68U is quite a bit cheaper though. Both support OpenVPN!

djonesuk1 h, 38 m ago

Asus RT-AC88U is brilliant but pricey. RT-AC68U is quite a bit cheaper …Asus RT-AC88U is brilliant but pricey. RT-AC68U is quite a bit cheaper though. Both support OpenVPN!


Thanks.

Anyone know when this deal ends? Looking to move over after my PIA black Friday 2016 sub ends.
Would definitely prefer a non 14 eyes VPN, also the issue surrounding net neutrality in the US is putting me off extending my sub with (the US based) PIA while trump is in office.
Edited by: "Junaid26" 11th Nov

Junaid261 h, 0 m ago

Anyone know when this deal ends? Looking to move over after my PIA black …Anyone know when this deal ends? Looking to move over after my PIA black Friday 2016 sub ends. Would definitely prefer a non 14 eyes VPN, also the issue surrounding net neutrality in the US is putting me off extending my sub with (the US based) PIA while trump is in office.


According to their blog, the offer started November 6 and will last for an entire month.

djonesuk33 m ago

According to their blog, the offer started November 6 and will last for an …According to their blog, the offer started November 6 and will last for an entire month.

Many thanks.

djonesuk10th Nov

Asus RT-AC88U is brilliant but pricey. RT-AC68U is quite a bit cheaper …Asus RT-AC88U is brilliant but pricey. RT-AC68U is quite a bit cheaper though. Both support OpenVPN!





The new kid on the block tho is the one I got today..... The 1.8ghz dual core Asus RT-AC 86U.

asus.com/uk/…6U/

RMerlin noted.....

As I expected, this router is a beast for OpenVPN. Performance should be close to that with the GT-AC5300 (Asus's OpenVPN isn't entirely as optimized as my implementation, but it shouldn't be far behind).

So basically, expect around 200 Mbps of throughput (I doubt the GT-AC5300's extra cores will make any real difference, OpenVPN being single threaded). That's about 4x faster than the RT-AC68U, and probably around 3x faster than the RT-AC88U/RT-AC3100/RT-AC5300.



Using his latest and just released firmware 382.1 it works very well and maximises my connection to my three days trial with Nord, as a VPN client.


Very tempted at this price for Nord...!
Edited by: "VimesUK" 12th Nov

For those of you on the fence, these guys offer a 3 day free trial - free.nordvpn.com

Junaid2611th Nov

Anyone know when this deal ends? Looking to move over after my PIA black …Anyone know when this deal ends? Looking to move over after my PIA black Friday 2016 sub ends. Would definitely prefer a non 14 eyes VPN, also the issue surrounding net neutrality in the US is putting me off extending my sub with (the US based) PIA while trump is in office.


What sort of price did u get pia on black Friday...what sort of speed reduction you getting from your standard speed.

Adam78612336 m ago

What sort of price did u get pia on black Friday...what sort of speed …What sort of price did u get pia on black Friday...what sort of speed reduction you getting from your standard speed.

It was around £23 (after conversion from USD).
Speeds are great, just ran a quick speed test.

72/20 usual. 52/20 connected to France server.
Hope that helps
Edited by: "Junaid26" 12th Nov

I am on day two of my three days trial and got it set up through my router.
I do miss not being able to pick a server by its ping and proximity to my location.
You can choose by the servers number and its load.

So far it is very comparable with AirVPN in terms of speed. I do like the live chat option and have used that.

For the cost for three years so far it seems a solid deal.
AirVPN do have a sale (IIRC around 30% off) but they charge something like 54€ a year.

For those who have joined, might seem a long way off, but remember that you will be debited and auto billed for the following three years when your time is up with this great deal.

Can't think of any reason to use VPN you can even torrent fine without VPN

Isn't the windscribe life time deal for £30 a better deal ?
was using the 60GB free for last 5 months without problem so just got the lifetime pro subscription.
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