NordVPN 3 year plan now £101.64 AND possible 64% Quidco cashback
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NordVPN 3 year plan now £101.64 AND possible 64% Quidco cashback

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Posted 26th Sep
So if you go through Quidco at the moment you'll get 64% cashback on top of the 70% discount (which, for full transparency, is often running, sometimes cheaper depending on FX rates). Quidco cashback runs until 29th September and TopCashback no longer do cashback for NordVPN.

I just bought it and have £54.69 already tracked in Quidco cashback, so actual net total cost will work out at £46.95 (using revolut) or £1.30 a month.

NordVPN 3-years VPN plan with 70% off (30 days risk-free. Not satisfied? Get your money back, no questions asked.)
+ 64% cashback

quidco.com/nor…pn/
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Backslider26/09/2019 08:15

You don't need to pay for VPN: Free VPN


'if you're not paying for it, you're the product'

Take a long hard look at why it's free....

Be warned
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Heat added. 65% via topcashback as well link
Been using for iver year now on all my devices. Very simple to use & very effective.
Does any NordVPN server allow USA Netflix?

Edit: Google search suggests yes, so a good deal, about £3 a month net of Quidco.
Edited by: "thelatics" 26th Sep
Has anyone got any problems with Nordvpn? I'm looking for a better value alternative to IPVanish and this looks like a really good price.
I had been on the fence for a while about getting a VPN, and finally took the plunge about a year ago.

I won't go so far as to say I regret it, but I use it far less than I expected, connecting only when I need to and staying disconnected by default, which defeats the security benefits by and large.

Why mostly disconnected? It interferes with my normal streaming services such as Virgin TV, Now TV and iPlayer. It also interferes with anything which needs to feed back to my static IP such as my Yi cameras and NZB connectivity. Online banking and some other websites don't work.

Useful occasionally for sites that require you to be in a particular country (especially the US in my case), but I would certainly think long and hard before committing to a 3 year contract. Try before you buy.

Finally, it has been cheaper on more than one occasion in the past (search Nord on this site) and may be again?
Nord VPN has special deals on nearly all the time
I get an annoying issue with Amazon prompting me for a password quite frequently. With NordVPN connected, it is even worse when submitting a login on Amazon as it takes me back to fill in my pw again and a robot text capture thingy
EmJayiii26/09/2019 07:38

I'm looking for a better value alternative to IPVanish and this looks like …I'm looking for a better value alternative to IPVanish and this looks like a really good price.


You don't need to pay for VPN: Free VPN
Edited by: "Backslider" 26th Sep
Not for me, somedays speed is good other days it is pathetic. Had to cancel it
I'm looking at Surfshark as a possible option, you can get A 2 year sub for about £38 with a possible 60% tcb and it has pretty solid reviews. There's a thread on here about it.
Backslider26/09/2019 08:15

You don't need to pay for VPN: Free VPN


'if you're not paying for it, you're the product'

Take a long hard look at why it's free....

Be warned
Got nordvpn via top cashback and did receive cashback. Works ok, but I need to turn off Chromebook and restart to get it to connect. Contacted nordvpn who suggested I sideload a APK. Didn't fancy performing open heart surgery on the OS so left it.
Works fine on tablet and phones.
will vpn find me more sources when i want to watch stuff from morpheus tv...alot of the stuff i want it says cant find sources??
Dealmessiah26/09/2019 09:12

'if you're not paying for it, you're the product'Take a long hard look at …'if you're not paying for it, you're the product'Take a long hard look at why it's free....Be warned



If someone wants to spy on you, they will happily charge you at the same time, thus allaying your simplistic suspicions. You have no greater security with paid-for VPN, and in fact, some have been caught out. VPNbook operates in countries that don't require logging.
cullies26/09/2019 07:59

Nord VPN has special deals on nearly all the time


I did state that, the deal here is more for cashback 🤷
Backslider26/09/2019 09:58

If someone wants to spy on you, they will happily charge you at the same …If someone wants to spy on you, they will happily charge you at the same time, thus allaying your simplistic suspicions. You have no greater security with paid-for VPN, and in fact, some have been caught out. VPNbook operates in countries that don't require logging.


That's why you choose a good paid vpn that hasn't been caught logging. Nord is based in Panama and has passed multiple audits. VPNBook looks very very dodgy, how are they paying for servers?
Optimus_Toaster26/09/2019 13:18

VPNBook looks very very dodgy


No, they don't. Nor do any of the ones that are selling your details on. Go ahead and pay, if it makes you feel better, but you aren't buying anything real. If they want to exploit you, they will charge you for the privilege as well, especially as some people think that is reassuring.

One thing that paid-for VPN always logs that free VPN doesn't is your payment details.
Edited by: "Backslider" 26th Sep
It is worth pointing out that there have been a couple of zero cost year of premium vpn's on here recently that work well enough for most people.
MeneerSmith26/09/2019 18:51

It is worth pointing out that there have been a couple of zero cost year …It is worth pointing out that there have been a couple of zero cost year of premium vpn's on here recently that work well enough for most people.


That's true but it's also worth optioning out that if you're getting a VPN for free, it's costing you in privacy 🤷
Backslider26/09/2019 13:25

No, they don't. Nor do any of the ones that are selling your details on. …No, they don't. Nor do any of the ones that are selling your details on. Go ahead and pay, if it makes you feel better, but you aren't buying anything real. If they want to exploit you, they will charge you for the privilege as well, especially as some people think that is reassuring.One thing that paid-for VPN always logs that free VPN doesn't is your payment details.


Anything stated without proof can be dismissed without proof.

VPNBook logs your IP address to prevent abusive activities. So if push comes to shove you are screwed.
Optimus_Toaster26/09/2019 19:33

VPNBook logs your IP address to prevent abusive activities.


Do you think Nord or other pay-VPN services don't do this? But Nord also has your payment details.

VPNBook say they delete the IP logs after a week. If you trust a paid-VPN more, VPNBook are happy to accept donations.
crowirl26/09/2019 19:19

it's also worth optioning out that if you're getting a VPN for free, it's …it's also worth optioning out that if you're getting a VPN for free, it's costing you in privacy


Not necessarily true, and there is no reason that a VPN service can't have it both ways, charging you AND selling out your privacy. VPNBook are supported by advertising (on their own website only) and donations.
Backslider26/09/2019 20:16

Not necessarily true, and there is no reason that a VPN service can't have …Not necessarily true, and there is no reason that a VPN service can't have it both ways, charging you AND selling out your privacy. VPNBook are supported by advertising (on their own website only) and donations.


Agreed that not always true, but you can check the below VPN comparison (generally renowned as the most complete list) and you can see in full transparency the points made
thatoneprivacysite.net/
crowirl26/09/2019 19:19

That's true but it's also worth optioning out that if you're getting a VPN …That's true but it's also worth optioning out that if you're getting a VPN for free, it's costing you in privacy 🤷



For many people the privacy aspect is not at all important when compared to the access to stuff aspect (like bypassing geolocation or adult entertainment blocks or site blocks).

If you dont need high end privacy then dont pay for it.
It's 65% on TCB, so don't know why the OP said they weren't offering anything - unless they've only just started the offer today.
For those complaining about slower speeds with iPlayer etc, why would you switch on the VPN for those? Unless of course you're outside the UK in which case you would have to use the VPN to simulate being in the UK.
Its 80% on Quidco - maybe the OP would like to update the heading.
Says 80% cashback on the app. Am i missing something?
weeZl26/09/2019 09:35

Got nordvpn via top cashback and did receive cashback. Works ok, but I …Got nordvpn via top cashback and did receive cashback. Works ok, but I need to turn off Chromebook and restart to get it to connect. Contacted nordvpn who suggested I sideload a APK. Didn't fancy performing open heart surgery on the OS so left it.Works fine on tablet and phones.


When you purchased it did u put uk in and pay vat on it?
Might want to consider this I just stumbled upon. Apparently they were hacked recently.

techcrunch.com/201…lGE
Edited by: "CyDoNiA" 22nd Oct
To all the male genitals that said this was HOT and SAFE

Row erupts over who to blame after NordVPN says: One of our servers was hacked via remote management tool

hahahahaha i always have the last laugh
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