[Runs thru to MID DEC] - 2017 Black Friday / Cyber Monday - 2 Years VPN Plan + FREE 300Mbps VPN Router  £37 + 7.50pp @ TorGuard w/code BLACKFRIDAY
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[Runs thru to MID DEC] - 2017 Black Friday / Cyber Monday - 2 Years VPN Plan + FREE 300Mbps VPN Router £37 + 7.50pp @ TorGuard w/code BLACKFRIDAY

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Found 15th Nov
Free 300Mbps preconfigured GLi GL-MT300N V2 Mini VPN Router can be used as a stand alone router or attached to your exisiting router (meaning every device/TV is protected.) Plan is 2 year VPN subscription for $49 (£37) + $10 (£7.60) postage for router. (Pay using Paypal to get this exchange rate.)

If you want less than two years hosting you get 50% off all monthly and yearly VPN packages and extras such as Dedicated Streaming IP's to guarantee access to streaming services such as Netflix US.

When your subscription expires, you can renew with the same discounted price.

Use code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout.

Features:

  • Secure No Logs VPN
  • P2P and Torrent Support
  • OpenVPN, PPTP, SSTP, L2TP/IPSec, Stealth VPN, and OpenConnect
  • 3000+ Servers in 57+ Countries
  • Unlimited Bandwidth and Speeds
  • Socks5 + SSL Proxy Access Included FREE w/ VPN plan
  • Easy to use VPN Apps for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, DDWRT, Tomato
  • FREE 10mb Encrypted Email Account


You have the option of an app or using their free router, both are already configured with your private/shared IP which means that all devices, including TV's using your WIFI will also be encrypted and proxied, allowing them to connect to any service by using a local proxy (i.e. UK proxy VPN for iPlayer if abroad and a US proxy for Netflix whilst in the UK.)

I've been using Torguard since their Black Friday promo in 2015, signing up for two years with a dedicated IP. I have been impressed with the service which always matches my own IP’s speed (currently 100mb.) After seeing the NordVPN deal on here a few days ago (which is a good deal) I contacted Torguard to ask what their Black Friday deal would be, who replied with this offer, which is better than the NordVPN offer, even without the free router

Both services are premium class, both offer excellent support, both are highly regarded by privacy experts and neither keep IP records, making the user anonymous, even if a court order is requested, there are no details they could provide. All IP’s offer a stealth VPN with prevents deep packet inspection of your data (i.e. there is no way for your ISP to know you are are using P2P.)

I have been using Torguard behind a particularly troublesome firewall “Barracuda”, and contacted Torguard support for help to override the firewall, they got back to me within two hours with the correct configuration allowing me to access the internet.

Torguard FAQ
torguard.net/faq…php

Router Reviews
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Top comments

intime6 m ago

[Image] This is my speed using a shared IP server @ 22:00And this is my …[Image] This is my speed using a shared IP server @ 22:00And this is my speed without the VPN at the same time[Image] So I lose 20% download during peak times, with negligible latency and upload.


Your upload speed is faster than my bt broadband download speed.. 😳

Original Poster

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This is my speed using a shared IP server @ 22:00

And this is my speed without the VPN at the same time
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So I lose 20% download during peak times, with negligible latency and upload.
Edited by: "intime" 15th Nov
216 Comments

How much speed slow down is there with this service? in desperate need of a new vpn with not much speed decrease. Thanks

Original Poster

32445282-ZUBGv.jpg
This is my speed using a shared IP server @ 22:00

And this is my speed without the VPN at the same time
32445282-S5RRs.jpg
So I lose 20% download during peak times, with negligible latency and upload.
Edited by: "intime" 15th Nov

intime6 m ago

[Image] This is my speed using a shared IP server @ 22:00And this is my …[Image] This is my speed using a shared IP server @ 22:00And this is my speed without the VPN at the same time[Image] So I lose 20% download during peak times, with negligible latency and upload.


Your upload speed is faster than my bt broadband download speed.. 😳

Could I connect this to a virgin superhub & connect just the device I want to use the VPN on to this router so that everything else is still connected to the superhub/wifi?

What speeds is the optional router able to reach ?

Sounds like a good if it's wifi can deliver speeds good enough for streaming HD media

where does it says you get 2 Years VPN Plan with FREE GLi GL-MT300N V2 Mini VPN Router? Can you please provide the exact link? Thanks

Original Poster

I haven
NeilGY7 m ago

Could I connect this to a virgin superhub & connect just the device I want …Could I connect this to a virgin superhub & connect just the device I want to use the VPN on to this router so that everything else is still connected to the superhub/wifi?


I haven't got the torgurard router, but I think you can create a GL-MT300N Wired Bridge.

I would need to contact c/s for advice and get back to you.

I have a separate WiFi router that plugs into my virgin superhub via ethernet cable. So that the superhub is purely used for the internet with my own switches for internal networking and the WiFi router for WiFi only.
So with this does this become the DHCP server as well.
And will this go in-between my virgin superhub and everything else in my case?... Routing and protecting all my internet traffic?

I can't get the free router option either?

pedroruigomes198656 m ago

How much speed slow down is there with this service? in desperate need of …How much speed slow down is there with this service? in desperate need of a new vpn with not much speed decrease. Thanks


To give you an alternative:


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Private Internet Access, generally pretty good speeds, especially on upload. Top is without VPN.

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scp1832 m ago

where does it says you get 2 Years VPN Plan with FREE GLi GL-MT300N V2 …where does it says you get 2 Years VPN Plan with FREE GLi GL-MT300N V2 Mini VPN Router? Can you please provide the exact link? Thanks


I have asked c/s for link, will get back to you.

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archy12145 m ago

What speeds is the optional router able to reach ? Sounds like a good if …What speeds is the optional router able to reach ? Sounds like a good if it's wifi can deliver speeds good enough for streaming HD media



300Mbps

salestion20 m ago

To give you an alternative:[Image] Private Internet Access, generally …To give you an alternative:[Image] Private Internet Access, generally pretty good speeds, especially on upload. Top is without VPN.



Mine with PIA is approx 64-66Mbps down and 16Mbps up, without VPN is 71Mbps and 16Mbps up... that's both gigabit wired devices, NAS and wifi devices as long as they are within a certain range/strength. I've been using PIA for approx 2 years and never had any problems, except with mobile apps occasionally dropping out the connection. Desktop apps have been pretty much 100% usage, and I use it all the time too.

NeilGY1 h, 5 m ago

Could I connect this to a virgin superhub & connect just the device I want …Could I connect this to a virgin superhub & connect just the device I want to use the VPN on to this router so that everything else is still connected to the superhub/wifi?

​Yes you can.

intime1 h, 15 m ago

[Image] This is my speed using a shared IP server @ 22:00And this is my …[Image] This is my speed using a shared IP server @ 22:00And this is my speed without the VPN at the same time[Image] So I lose 20% download during peak times, with negligible latency and upload.

​Thanks a lot for your reply. Going to buy this. Thanks

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paddy.stone9 m ago

Mine with PIA is approx 64-66Mbps down and 16Mbps up, without VPN is …Mine with PIA is approx 64-66Mbps down and 16Mbps up, without VPN is 71Mbps and 16Mbps up... that's both gigabit wired devices, NAS and wifi devices as long as they are within a certain range/strength. I've been using PIA for approx 2 years and never had any problems, except with mobile apps occasionally dropping out the connection. Desktop apps have been pretty much 100% usage, and I use it all the time too.


Yeah, I should add that my speeds above were achieved over a WIFI connection, rather than a faster ethernet connection. Most the time the speeds are very similar whether by VPN or direct via ISP. The latency is important (how fast the request is passed to the server) as this effects my internet browsing. Any download speed beyond 50mb makes no difference to me. Perhaps it would if I had three TV's steaming in 4K UHD simultaneously, however I suspect I am a few years from this being a reality.

salestion31 m ago

To give you an alternative:[Image] Private Internet Access, generally …To give you an alternative:[Image] Private Internet Access, generally pretty good speeds, especially on upload. Top is without VPN.

​Thanks for your reply. With my current vpn and 150mb connection my speeds whilst vpn is activated are around 35/40mb not that good but if this service can bump up the to speed to around 50/60 I'd be happy. Thanks again

paddy.stone11 m ago

Mine with PIA is approx 64-66Mbps down and 16Mbps up, without VPN is …Mine with PIA is approx 64-66Mbps down and 16Mbps up, without VPN is 71Mbps and 16Mbps up... that's both gigabit wired devices, NAS and wifi devices as long as they are within a certain range/strength. I've been using PIA for approx 2 years and never had any problems, except with mobile apps occasionally dropping out the connection. Desktop apps have been pretty much 100% usage, and I use it all the time too.

​I'll check those out also
thanks paddy

pedroruigomes19864 m ago

​Thanks for your reply. With my current vpn and 150mb connection my speeds …​Thanks for your reply. With my current vpn and 150mb connection my speeds whilst vpn is activated are around 35/40mb not that good but if this service can bump up the to speed to around 50/60 I'd be happy. Thanks again

Yeah I'd recommend PIA a lot, had for year and half. On a 10/5 connection I get 10/5, and on this gigabit connection I get between 50-80% down and 80-100% up. Speed is slow atm because heavy traffic time, can get 700 down through PIA on a good day.
Edited by: "salestion" 15th Nov

I see if you go to buy the biannual service and add the code, you get it for $49 instead of $99. I don't see how you get the router added....

Where is the option or the link that includes the free router?
I've added the bi-annual sub to my basket and the code works but it doesn't add the router and postage to the basket?
Thanks

It says contact support to redeem promo on there official advertisement.

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DodgyDC14 m ago

Where is the option or the link that includes the free router? I've added …Where is the option or the link that includes the free router? I've added the bi-annual sub to my basket and the code works but it doesn't add the router and postage to the basket?Thanks



I heard bck from C/s, here's the link for the router

torguard.net/blo…nt/

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phadge19 m ago

I see if you go to buy the biannual service and add the code, you get it …I see if you go to buy the biannual service and add the code, you get it for $49 instead of $99. I don't see how you get the router added....



I heard bck from C/s, here's the link for the router

torguard.net/blo…nt/

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scp181 h, 27 m ago

where does it says you get 2 Years VPN Plan with FREE GLi GL-MT300N V2 …where does it says you get 2 Years VPN Plan with FREE GLi GL-MT300N V2 Mini VPN Router? Can you please provide the exact link? Thanks



I heard bck from C/s, here's the link for the router

torguard.net/blo…nt/

Thanks OP for finding the deal, had a chat with CS......

We are offering a free Mini VPN router , free Proxy, free 10 mb secure email account on purchase of 50 % discounted VPN for 2 years. All for $49.99 only . Promo Code - 1984

link for the offer

You can use this link torguard.net/ano…phpand order 2 year VPN using code 1984

Once bought , please submit a ticket to Sales at this LINK: torguard.net/sub…phpmentioning the Shipping address to claim the free routerAnonymous VPN Service, No Logs - Torrents OK | TorGuardSubmit Ticket - TorGuard

you can check the router details at this link torguard.net/…uc…109

Choose one year plan from first page and then you can choose 2 year plan from next page

There will be a shipping fee to send that (Router) , roughly around 10 $

Hopefully this will be helpful to someone.

Just got this back from the chat too :
We are offering a free Mini VPN router , free Proxy, free 10 mb secure email account on purchase of 50 % discounted VPN for 2 years. All for $49.99 only . Promo Code - 1984

You can use this link torguard.net/ano…php and order 2 year VPN using code 1984

Once bought , please submit a ticket to Sales at this LINK: torguard.net/sub…phpmentioning the Shipping address to claim the free router

Is it possible there'll be duty fees on the router?

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Turret9 m ago

Have you heard bck from C/s about that router?



To get this deal:
torguard.net/car…i=0
Add annual bundle to checkout
Upgrade to biannual for $99 add promo BLACKFRIDAY
Discounts to $49, then contact customer service for free router.

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Turret8 m ago

Is it possible there'll be duty fees on the router?


Router is free, so no duty to pay.

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NeilGY1 h, 50 m ago

Could I connect this to a virgin superhub & connect just the device I want …Could I connect this to a virgin superhub & connect just the device I want to use the VPN on to this router so that everything else is still connected to the superhub/wifi?



This can plugin to your second router (with Wifi) or first router via Ethernet cable or even into one of your switches, it will then become a small hotspot that connects to VPN, any device connecting to it will go through VPN, therefore encrypted.

Fab deal. Really tempted.

Depending on your privacy requirements just be aware this VPN is based in the USA

Turret8 m ago

Fab deal. Really tempted.Depending on your privacy requirements just be …Fab deal. Really tempted.Depending on your privacy requirements just be aware this VPN is based in the USA


Can I ask what that means - I always thought VPN was for streaming , downloading movies privately or am I being naive when in reality it’s for far more private matters people definitely don’t want to seen visiting ?

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Turret51 m ago

Fab deal. Really tempted.Depending on your privacy requirements just be …Fab deal. Really tempted.Depending on your privacy requirements just be aware this VPN is based in the USA




This is true, but like most premium VPN's, they do not keep server logs. In other words they do not keep a cache of which IP addresses connected to their various servers. This means that apart from your user name which lets them know your account is active, no IP data is stored, or connected to you, so there is nothing to link you to the destination IP. There is far more information about this on various sites that I can offer.

The real threat of using an inferior VPN is lack of RCT protection from data leaks. I know Torguard do protect against this, but you should check your VPN or add an extension to disbable RTC in your bowser.

intime31 m ago

This is true, but like most premium VPN's, they do not keep server logs. …This is true, but like most premium VPN's, they do not keep server logs. In other words they do not keep a cache of which IP addresses connected to their various servers. This means that apart from your user name which lets them know your account is active, no IP data is stored, or connected to you, so there is nothing to link you to the destination IP. There is far more information about this on various sites that I can offer. The real threat of using an inferior VPN is lack of RCT protection from data leaks. I know Torguard do protect against this, but you should check your VPN or add an extension to disbable RTC in your bowser.


Just because they promise 100% no logs doesn't make it true, restoreprivacy.com/vpn…es/
Regardless, being a US company they can be approached and made to start logging, hand over all information they do have, including payment details as well give away the keys allowing access to full unencrypted traffic.

The USA supposedly already have the tools to snoop on VPN traffic without having to do the above.
Edited by: "Turret" 16th Nov

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Turret10 m ago

Just because they promise 100% no logs doesn't make it true, …Just because they promise 100% no logs doesn't make it true, https://restoreprivacy.com/vpn-logs-lies/Regardless, being a US company they can be approached and made to start logging, hand over all information they do have, including payment details as well as be given the keys for access to the full unencrypted traffic. The USA supposedly already have the tools to snoop on VPN traffic without having to do the above.


Interesting report. This applies to many VPN's, although the US would need to apply for a warrant to retain the logs in the server country, which is potentially possible for any VPN server outside China, Russia etc. I'm going to ask c/s how they would deal with this issue should it become a possibility.

is there a decent router I could but for less than the cost of this deal to use with my existing service that would do the same thing?

Where is this company based? Is this any better than PureVPN? I bought a package with them last year and its not been great and support has been extremely poor.

Doubt that router will sustain more than about 10mbps?

Is the router any good? Would I be able to hook it up to my Android phone to encrypt and share my phone's data connection?
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