NordVPN 3 years for $99 about £71.43 thats £1.99/month @ NordVPN
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NordVPN 3 years for $99 about £71.43 thats £1.99/month @ NordVPN

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Found 20th Jan
Use code VIPOFFER for this price or use the deal link

I am currently with PIA as NordVPN does not support port forwarding, but this is a good price for a reputable VPN
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justonemore5 m ago

Could someone explain what the use of this would be? Thanks


I use it for my IPTV subscription on my fire TV as BT are now blocking IPTV on the weekend (at least for me)
Other people use it to avoid the headache of getting a notice from their ISP is they download a movie using torrents
It basically works but hiding your internet traffic from the ISP and from other sites by giving you a different IP address
Edited by: "mahmouddiaa" 20th Jan
Bit slow at steaming at times but it works for american Netflix has to be worth it just for that.
free.nordvpn.com/


Heads up to try for 3 days before you buy
Paperlantern1 h, 54 m ago

How did you install it on your Fire TV? I struggled to navigate the app …How did you install it on your Fire TV? I struggled to navigate the app with the remote.


Install these PIA app on your phone. Install the app Apps2Fire, also on you phone. Link phone to FireTV and move app over. Read up on Apps2Fire and you'll be sorted.
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jy5eire21st Jan

Bit slow at steaming at times but it works for american Netflix has to be …Bit slow at steaming at times but it works for american Netflix has to be worth it just for that.


I thought netflix blocked all usage of vpn as i used unblock us before to access us netflix.
Dan__6 h, 38 m ago

I signed up earlier last month. Ive had the same issue with nord and pure …I signed up earlier last month. Ive had the same issue with nord and pure and its not just bbc iplayer, its even certain shopping sites. My guess is some sites just dont like it when a user is connecting to them via a vpn. You could try different servers or modes but if it still doesnt then you can stream iplayer without it or download the videos then watch them. So far im finding it okay, speeds are good (I get my full my bandwidth so all good there). Do get the the occasional drop out from time to time again I had the same experience on purevpn too but on that it was a lot worse. Can't do port forwarding but I can live without it as I don't really need it nowadays where as before I really did to get around things so to get them to work.


I've contacted Nord via their online help chat a number of times about it, but all the say is that their engineers are working on a fix, and sure enough it's working a couple of hours later. Some of the servers never work with iPlayer though.

I had issues with shopping sites (mainly cashback sites), but this can be solved in most cases by disabling CyberSec.

I'\ve also noticed some DNS issues on some of their servers. Certain UK servers won't connect to certain sites: Guardian and Hotmail.

Overall, for the price I paid I'm happy enough, but woulnd't be happy if I hadn't got the cashback.
Do they have telephone and tv app?
To be fair, I’ve had Nord before. Can’t find any difference between Windscribe and it. Btw, windscribe is still heavily discounted , around £16 for 5 years, see ->hotukdeals.com/dea…671
Edited by: "vladdy" 2nd Feb
Best not used with Virgin, as they throttle this right down. It's fine for most other providers though.
Hi all,

I'm moving to Canada soon and just want to be able to watch iPlayer, Sky Go, etc when I'm there.

I'm not interested in hiding my activity because I don't do anything untoward.

What's the best way of going about this? Please bare in mind I'm not very technical!

Cheers
mahmouddiaa20th Jan

I use it for my IPTV subscription on my fire TV as BT are now blocking …I use it for my IPTV subscription on my fire TV as BT are now blocking IPTV on the weekend (at least for me) Other people use it to avoid the headache of getting a notice from their ISP is they download a movie using torrentsIt basically works but hiding your internet traffic from the ISP and from other sites by giving you a different IP address


I have Nordvpn and my iptv went off last week due to sky broadband blocking the footy
Edited by: "amoulden" 2nd Feb
jasee8 h, 48 m ago

But it is impossible to pay for any VPN without using a card or paypal, so …But it is impossible to pay for any VPN without using a card or paypal, so they will have a record of that and if each one of them (personally) faces imprisonment unless he/she reveals, then obviously he/she will show what they have.



Some allow you to pay with crypto? admittedly they can be traced too but I believe Moreno (or is he the dodgy Liverpool left back) is more anonymous. Anyhow, Torguard allow it for sure.
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 2nd Feb
jasee13 h, 11 m ago

Check that your network or wireless physical connection dns is NOT set …Check that your network or wireless physical connection dns is NOT set to the router address! And you need to reset it every time your connection is dropped as, in my experience, this reverts to that if you drop the connection, This causes a very obvious DNS leak. It needs to be set to any public DNS open server.


just checked and its not.
I switched from PIA to Nord. Best feature is some servers support USA Netflix so you can watch the US catalog of shows
If you don’t want to be tied down into a contract, I recommend Digibit VPN. £2 per month and faultless
Nord isn’t great. Recommend IPvanish
Using it now ....One of the best out there
Great Deal. I've been using PIA for a few years now and they have been great, basically matching my 49Mbps down and 9Mbps up. I don't think I would ever subscribe to a contract for a service that is more than a year just in case they went belly up. I know PIA is based in America but with the strong encryption and handshake protocols they have, your data is 'undecryptable' (...maybe after a few years). The only problem is that some servers don't allow Amazon Video and probably more online streaming services I don't have but not bad for $31.95 a year.
siblades14 h, 28 m ago

Hi all,I'm moving to Canada soon and just want to be able to watch …Hi all,I'm moving to Canada soon and just want to be able to watch iPlayer, Sky Go, etc when I'm there.I'm not interested in hiding my activity because I don't do anything untoward. What's the best way of going about this? Please bare in mind I'm not very technical! Cheers


You may have trouble working Sky Go as they are pretty stringent when it comes to VPN. In my opinion, better to get Smart DNS to unblock sky go. I am not sure about iPlayer. All the best for Canada!
miaas31st Jan

I have this but only get 30mbps which is a huge difference to what my isp …I have this but only get 30mbps which is a huge difference to what my isp give me of 200mbps, have mentioned this recently and some say it’s due to my isp (virgin) although I have read reports it is generally so, but saying that, I only stream with my vpn so is good enough.


Does Nord give you any advanced settings to use SSL? Most VPN connection will be by UDP or TCP. What you do is hidden. But using deep packet inspection your ISP can tell you're using a VPN. SSL would hide this. I've noticed a big improvement in speed at peak hours by using SSL. I'm with virgin media. Got a bad feeling VPN will be treated like P2P soon. They know people are using these to get around IPTV blocks. Virgin, BT and Sky far too arrogant to provide their services at a fair price. So will try blocking IPTV etc instead.
Nord halfs my 78mb bb speed
mahmouddiaa20th Jan

I use it for my IPTV subscription on my fire TV as BT are now blocking …I use it for my IPTV subscription on my fire TV as BT are now blocking IPTV on the weekend (at least for me) Other people use it to avoid the headache of getting a notice from their ISP is they download a movie using torrentsIt basically works but hiding your internet traffic from the ISP and from other sites by giving you a different IP address


Well - not completely and records can be traced back to you if someone really wants to spend the time and effort which would be onerous. Vpn makes it a few steps harder but not impossible. You'd need Tor really. Nord keep Records as I understand it. Check reviews on server capacity as well as you traffic goes thru their servers and it can be a bottleneck,
jy5eire21st Jan

Bit slow at steaming at times but it works for american Netflix has to be …Bit slow at steaming at times but it works for american Netflix has to be worth it just for that.


I have Netflix app in my LG tv. How it will work with LG smart oled tv? Please help as Netflix outside UK has massive collection.
Edited by: "mane1034" 3rd Feb
jasee21st Jan

Thanks, but three days is not long enough. It takes weeks for you to find …Thanks, but three days is not long enough. It takes weeks for you to find out how good a vpn is. How often the connection gets dropped. In my experience, they all get dropped (and what happens when that happens, does the vpn part just get dropped, so what you are doing is exposed, or is the whole connection dropped)Or you simply can't connect to all or some points of presence. Or whether the connection leaks (so your ISP (for instance) can see what you are looking atAnd there is the knotty question anyway of whether the vpn provider keeps logs....


If you get drops use kill switch . Ensure your vpn software supports this.
jasee2nd Feb

But it is impossible to pay for any VPN without using a card or paypal, so …But it is impossible to pay for any VPN without using a card or paypal, so they will have a record of that and if each one of them (personally) faces imprisonment unless he/she reveals, then obviously he/she will show what they have.


Not true. You can use bitcoin or a voucher (like from a store).
*Sloman*12 h, 32 m ago

I switched from PIA to Nord. Best feature is some servers support USA …I switched from PIA to Nord. Best feature is some servers support USA Netflix so you can watch the US catalog of shows


Did pia not support this? Keen to know as I see they have a decent deal was about to sign up
Anyone have their own server or Dedi box ? Setup a VPN on that like I did and it means I get my Dedi box and a vpn too.
I've been using Nord for over a year now and never had a problem with it on PC or Android. They have an enormous selection of servers and always seem to come highly recommended on big PC websites, so a pretty safe bet.
I've received an offer for bitdefender VPN I think it's powered by shield hotspot. Is it any good at £24 for 12 months?
I signed up on their last offer but the speed was ridiculously slow at around 3Mbps. Tried multiple servers and same issue. So I cancelled and to be fair they quickly gave me a full refund.

Still using PIA, which has its issues but it is significantly faster.
Edited by: "sswats" 3rd Feb
mane103450 m ago

I have Netflix app in my LG tv. How it will work with LG smart oled tv? …I have Netflix app in my LG tv. How it will work with LG smart oled tv? Please help as Netflix outside UK has massive collection.


I've read that if you get caught switching Netflix regions you get banned. Is this true?
miaas31st Jan

I have this but only get 30mbps which is a huge difference to what my isp …I have this but only get 30mbps which is a huge difference to what my isp give me of 200mbps, have mentioned this recently and some say it’s due to my isp (virgin) although I have read reports it is generally so, but saying that, I only stream with my vpn so is good enough.


I'm with trust.zone vpn, it works out to be £35 or so for the year with deals they have. Regarding speeds I get between 40 to about 55mbps
They have a lot of server's, so you just find the one that's good for you. I've used it a couple of years and family and friends are now using it too.
Have used PIA and now am using Windscribe - with Virgin Media. Both work fine although I'd say the Winscribe setup/installation is better. There was a good offer for Windscribe on this site that I used to sign up.


I'm sure this is also a good offer but have no personal experience with the company!
skeeter9093 h, 50 m ago

Not true. You can use bitcoin or a voucher (like from a store).



Bitcoin is not suitable
What voucher?
Please post it here if there is one for this VPN. Is it permanent? If not how will you then pay?
Are you subscribing to the VPN through a VPN?
If not what ip are you posting from? What browser are you posting from? Not Tor on windows I hope? Etc
Edited by: "jasee" 3rd Feb
Nord operates within the 9eyes, so your data isn't as safe as I'd like. iVPN is the only one that's met my standards so far. Please visit privacytools.io for more info on how to protect yourselves!
can i add this to my 2 years i already have with them
niall198853 m ago

Nord operates within the 9eyes, so your data isn't as safe as I'd like. …Nord operates within the 9eyes, so your data isn't as safe as I'd like. iVPN is the only one that's met my standards so far. Please visit https://www.privacytools.io for more info on how to protect yourselves!


Nord's jurisdiction is Panama.

Not part of 9 eyes or any other.
Used NordVPN for about 6 months. Speeds are good but the capacity on the servers is lacking, browsing the server list a surprising number run at or close to capacity often. Results in VPN dropping out and exposing the connection way too often. Service is being oversold
jasee2 h, 4 m ago

Bitcoin is not suitable What voucher? Please post it here if there is …Bitcoin is not suitable What voucher? Please post it here if there is one for this VPN. Is it permanent? If not how will you then pay?Are you subscribing to the VPN through a VPN? If not what ip are you posting from? What browser are you posting from? Not Tor on windows I hope? Etc


I meant you can pay for some like pia using a gift card / evoucher
justonemore20th Jan

Could someone explain what the use of this would be? Thanks



A VPN, Virtual Private Network, basically encrypts you network traffic and makes you connect to the rest of the internet via the VPN providers servers. A big VPN service would have servers all over world so you can choose where it appears you are connected to the internet.

Torrenting : ISP cannot see what you are downloading, although they could throttle the connection to the VPN
Streaming: Some services are not available in certain countries , say you live in Australia and want to watch iPlayer.
Public Wifi: You can connect with more confidence via public wifi with less chance of data being stolen.
Restricted Networks: Say a work machine does not allow connection to a certain site, it could be possible to get around that.
Tinfoil hats: People who think they are being tracked or don't like anyone tracking them even though they are doing nothing wrong. (Then again they might think the VPN is setup by the CIA in the first place)
Criminals: People who don't want to be tracked because they are doing something wrong.
As always with these, do some research before forking out whatever it is.

thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn…rt/

Good place to start.
I am using Pure VPN but reviews suggest its a phoney as have several HUKD subscribers. Would like to change to Nord but its too expensive compared to most. Hotspot shield was costing me £18 per year which was managable.
skeeter9098 h, 2 m ago

Did pia not support this? Keen to know as I see they have a decent deal …Did pia not support this? Keen to know as I see they have a decent deal was about to sign up


No they don't Netflix give you the 'you are using a proxy or VPN' error
I went for it as finding kodi is getting trickier and trickier to find stuff.
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