PureVPN life time subscription around £42 @ Cult of Mac
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PureVPN life time subscription around £42 @ Cult of Mac

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Found 16th Jan 2016
I saw a previous deal for an annual subscription but this is for life-time. Price is $59.00 which translates to roughly £42.00 according to google. You can get an additional 10% off by subscribing to the newsletter.

I think it is only for a limited time so hurry if you are interested.

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Make sure your personal data and Internet activity are never exposed with the extremely reliable VPN trusted by over a million users. Whether you’re looking to beat geo-restrictions to binge-watch your favorite show anywhere in the world, or you need to send personal banking information over a safe connection, access to PureVPN’s self-managed VPN network will make sure that happens. Not to mention it has a wider reach (550+ servers nodes in 141 countries) and allows more simultaneous device connections (five) than pretty much any other VPN out there.

“Bottom line: Solid performer giving nice mix of advanced and newbie features. Just enough features to stand out from the rest of the VPN service crowd.” PC Mag

Connect w/ up to 5 devices at once at top speeds
Access a gigantic 550+ servers in 141 countries across 6 continents
Use w/ your routers, gaming consoles & smartTVs
Use on nearly any device w/ an Internet connection
Unblock Netflix, Hulu, ESPN, and more anywhere in the world
Receive live support 24/7
Encrypt data w/ proprietary software, a self-engineered network & absolutely no third-parties
Secure your connection on public Wi-Fi hotspots
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Define "lifetime" ?

Make sure your personal data and Internet activity are never exposed

Although you have to recognise that almost all the spam, breaches and hacks occur on the website you've connected to - no matter how secure, anonymised or stealthy the VPN / connection is. Those are the weak spots, not the transport layer. Those are where your CC details get stolen, those are the places who sell your email address and those are where the scammers get your personal details from - not from the network.

Unblock Netflix ...

who announced a few days ago that they are putting on more countermeasures to deter VPN users
Edited by: "pete_l" 16th Jan 2016
OrribleHarry

Define "lifetime" ?

anything from a month or two right up until the time when the company goes bust - maybe a month or two
I hear Netflix will be stepping up blocking of VPN use soon
There is another lifetime deal at cult of Mac, us based, which is for about $20 = £14 and includes disposable email addrese(s)

deals.cultofmac.com/sal…dle?


Edited by: "jasee" 16th Jan 2016
Just Netflix are making changes. They are going to start blocking those who use VPN to access their services.
Jellybeans

Just Netflix are making changes. They are going to start blocking those … Just Netflix are making changes. They are going to start blocking those who use VPN to access their services.



Erm that's not strictly possible:) They can block well known VPN ip addresses but that's it :P
Looks like a great deal to me HOT....

It only says 5 years in the "terms" not lifetime but at the end of the 5 years, you can renew for a further 5 years and those extra 5 years are FREE. A very good VPN service with lots and lots of servers and is quick

My mate is using this for Sky go in Spain and I use proxpn for accessing most sites. Both very good. However since proxpn updated their app it stopped working on android none nexus devices for me. Got them to send old app so all good. Good deal!
pontprennau

Erm that's not strictly possible:) They can block well known VPN ip … Erm that's not strictly possible:) They can block well known VPN ip addresses but that's it :P



That' one way of doing it.

media.netflix.com/en/…ice
Jellybeans

That' one way of doing it. … That' one way of doing it. https://media.netflix.com/en/company-blog/evolving-proxy-detection-as-a-global-service



Well they could just restrict you to content from the country you subscribe from

Otherwise there's nowt they can do :P "IF" you do it properly:)
pontprennau

Well they could just restrict you to content from the country you … Well they could just restrict you to content from the country you subscribe from :)Otherwise there's nowt they can do :P "IF" you do it properly:)



​Netflix can just ban your account.
Tamtamtam

​Netflix can just ban your account.



Yes but the issue remains that spotting someone using a VPN isn't as simple as they pretend it is and they don't really care (why would they), they are just making noises to appease sony etc

Agree completely on the second point, but if they take a behavioural approach, its fairly easy, assuming someone is used switching between American and British. If you are constantly using the American service they would be within their rights to ask you to pay using an American card/prove where you live.
Tamtamtam

Agree completely on the second point, but if they take a behavioural … Agree completely on the second point, but if they take a behavioural approach, its fairly easy, assuming someone is used switching between American and British. If you are constantly using the American service they would be within their rights to ask you to pay using an American card/prove where you live.



or they could just lock you to UK (your home country) content no matter where you are viewing from Not too bothered either way in all honesty
Why is this cold? Seems a good price to me.
I'm not seeing good reasons to vote down.
Pure vpn are decent
I bought a lifetime subscription to 'VPN Unlimited' for £25 last week and it's useless. I pick and American server, log into Netflix and it comes up with a message saying "It appears you're using an unblocker or a proxy, for more details click here'

Seems to unblock websites that my isp try to block though so not all bad. Although how often I'll need to go on them I don't know.
seanrtkelly

I bought a lifetime subscription to 'VPN Unlimited' for £25 last week and … I bought a lifetime subscription to 'VPN Unlimited' for £25 last week and it's useless. I pick and American server, log into Netflix and it comes up with a message saying "It appears you're using an unblocker or a proxy, for more details click here'Seems to unblock websites that my isp try to block though so not all bad. Although how often I'll need to go on them I don't know.



Or use an openic DNS server. These cost you nothing. Thats how your ISP blocks you.
Jellybeans

Or use an openic DNS server. These cost you nothing. Thats how your ISP … Or use an openic DNS server. These cost you nothing. Thats how your ISP blocks you.



​I have no idea what a openic DNS server is. I'll Google it
pontprennau

Well they could just restrict you to content from the country you … Well they could just restrict you to content from the country you subscribe from :)Otherwise there's nowt they can do :P "IF" you do it properly:)



Or go through all the major US/elsewhere VPN providers IP ranges and block the lot. Then use other modifiers to rate your account to see if you're streaming from where you shouldn't and block your account. That's not nowt.

They have Carte Blanche on your account, just like Amazon would if they feel you're breaking their terms and conditions and they really isn't nowt you can do about it, since it's a subscriber service.
seanrtkelly

​I have no idea what a openic DNS server is. I'll Google it



Just incase you go to the wrong one. https://www.opennicproject.org/configure-your-dns/

Just watch out, don't do any online banking on the same machine where using non-trusted DNS servers.
Not used pure vpn, but they are ****.
I started to sign up, but never went ahead as they log stuff apparently. They then harras your email for invoices. Feck that.

Went with privateinternetaccess in the end.
ExpressVPN have great customer service and walk you through any something changes for website which may block you.
seanrtkelly

I bought a lifetime subscription to 'VPN Unlimited' for £25 last week and … I bought a lifetime subscription to 'VPN Unlimited' for £25 last week and it's useless. I pick and American server, log into Netflix and it comes up with a message saying "It appears you're using an unblocker or a proxy, for more details click here'Seems to unblock websites that my isp try to block though so not all bad. Although how often I'll need to go on them I don't know.



are you using it on a phone?
cantonbean

are you using it on a phone?



I tried it on my phone and nvidia shield, both failed to work. Haven't tried the laptop but assumed it would be the same result.
Edited by: "seanrtkelly" 17th Jan 2016
seanrtkelly

I tried it on my phone and nvidia shield, both failed to work. Haven't … I tried it on my phone and nvidia shield, both failed to work. Haven't tried the laptop but assumed it would be the same result.



Reason I ask is some services will use your phone signal even if using a VPN to detect where you are. Sky go for instance. You have to use the device in flight mode then VPN. Sounds like this isn't the problem in your case though.
cantonbean

Reason I ask is some services will use your phone signal even if using a … Reason I ask is some services will use your phone signal even if using a VPN to detect where you are. Sky go for instance. You have to use the device in flight mode then VPN. Sounds like this isn't the problem in your case though.



Just tried it on my phone in flight mode connected to the wifi, exactly the same.

When i load netflix it loads up the U.S netflix as i can view titles not on the uk version, as soon as i try play anything it comes up with a message saying please disable your vpn or proxy.

I only paid £25 for a lifetime subscription to VPN unlimited so im assuming its not the best vpn service in the world.
Ahhh.. are we really discussing the most unreliable vpn provider, Purevpn here. I highly under rate this purevpn because of too many disconnection and connectivity issues. Half of my day went struggling just to bloody connect it. We have many trusted providers out there hidemyass.com/vpn…07/
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