TorGuard VPN 50% off for Life on all products (Code with recurring discount) - Applies to New & Existing Customers! e.g 1 Month £4.13.
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TorGuard VPN 50% off for Life on all products (Code with recurring discount) - Applies to New & Existing Customers! e.g 1 Month £4.13.

£4.13£8.2650%Torguard Deals
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Posted 4th Sep
Great for Netflix as I have been using it for a long time. It's still running. Use this thread - hotukdeals.com/dea…515

Available VPN Tier Services

- Anonymous VPN Service (Monthly) $4.99 USD ~ 4.13 GBP
- Anonymous VPN Service (Quarterly) $9.99 USD ~ 8.26 GBP
- Anonymous VPN Service (Semi-Annually) $14.99 USD ~ 12.39 GBP
- Anonymous VPN Service (Annually) $29.99 USD ~ 24.78 GBP.

Excerpt from their website:

All VPN Pricing Options Include:

- Unlimited Speeds + Bandwidth
- 3000+ Servers in 50+ Countires
- x5 simultaneous connections
- Multiple GCM and CBC ciphers
- Perfect forward secrecy (TLS)
- Many protocols supported
- OpenVPN/PPTP/L2TP/IPsec/SSTP
- SSL VPN via OpenConnect
- SSL VPN via AnyConnect
- SSL VPN via Stunnel
- Stealth VPN (bypasses DPI)
- Advertisement and malware blocking
- Protects against all known leaks
- Supports all OS and devices

Edit: The code gives 50% Off all products on TorGuard, not just VPN.
Edit 2: Proof attached.
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50 Comments
Can the purchase be made via PayPal?
is this alot better than the free ones eg openVPN?
May I ask when you say for life it is half discounted for the rest of the time you are paying ?


Like next year it would still be 50% off the anual one
NordVPN is £2.25/month if you pay for the 3 year deal
qwales04/09/2019 08:00

NordVPN is £2.25/month if you pay for the 3 year deal


And you can get 70% cashback via quidco, which I did.
I am visiting Egypt in the next month or so, can I set the VPN to show my location as the UK?
Seems to only be one UK location (London) so I'm guessing all traffic will route via this point? So if it goes down, I guess user's are stuck? E.g. single point of failure - I could be wrong

I was going to switch from ExpressVPN as they have 3-4 UK locations, but then again it's three times the price :-(
Edited by: "hoggs" 4th Sep
Just.Wondering04/09/2019 07:22

Can the purchase be made via PayPal?



Yes, you can. They accept credit cards, Paypal, Bitcoin, litecoin, coinpayments, paymentwall and giftcards.
bower12345604/09/2019 07:48

is this alot better than the free ones eg openVPN?



Yes, it's actually great than other VPNs. Just Google TorGuard VPN review and you'll find that it's excellent.
dragon9704/09/2019 07:56

May I ask when you say for life it is half discounted for the rest of the …May I ask when you say for life it is half discounted for the rest of the time you are paying ?Like next year it would still be 50% off the anual one



Yes, the price here is what you'll pay whatever product or plan you choose. Whatever the price website quotes, you will always pay half for the rest of your life.
Edited by: "dlbb" 4th Sep
dlbb04/09/2019 08:27

Yes, the price here is what you'll pay whatever produce or plan you …Yes, the price here is what you'll pay whatever produce or plan you choose. Whatever the price website quotes, you will always pay half for the rest of your life.


oh thanks that's good.
Just.Wondering04/09/2019 08:21

I am visiting Egypt in the next month or so, can I set the VPN to show my …I am visiting Egypt in the next month or so, can I set the VPN to show my location as the UK?



Yes, you can mate. It's an awesome tool made specifically for this purpose. Just try it out.
dlbb04/09/2019 08:30

Yes, you can mate. It's an awesome tool made specifically for this …Yes, you can mate. It's an awesome tool made specifically for this purpose. Just try it out.


Ty for your reply, I'd not use the app, I'd use the option on my phone to access the service, so that the service was always on.
qwales04/09/2019 08:00

NordVPN is £2.25/month if you pay for the 3 year deal



Yes, but they would send you a lot of spam in your mail. Not to mention the frequent disconnections, IP exposure, IP leaks and buffering you have to endure.
Edited by: "dlbb" 4th Sep
hoggs04/09/2019 08:22

Seems to only be one UK location (London) so I'm guessing all traffic will …Seems to only be one UK location (London) so I'm guessing all traffic will route via this point? So if it goes down, I guess user's are stuck? E.g. single point of failure - I could be wrongI was going to switch from ExpressVPN as they have 3-4 UK locations, but then again it's three times the price :-(



Yes, all of your traffic would route from UK IP. This VPN is rock solid and my connection has never go down. I primarily use it for watching Netflix and BBC iPlayer documentaries. TorGuard is a lot better than ExpressVPN, trust me.
dlbb04/09/2019 08:33

Yes, all of your traffic would route from UK IP. This VPN is rock solid …Yes, all of your traffic would route from UK IP. This VPN is rock solid and my connection has never go down. I primarily use it for watching Netflix and BBC iPlayer documentaries. TorGuard is a lot better than ExpressVPN, trust me.


The Torguard app seems to get terrible reviews
dlbb04/09/2019 08:33

Yes, all of your traffic would route from UK IP. This VPN is rock solid …Yes, all of your traffic would route from UK IP. This VPN is rock solid and my connection has never go down. I primarily use it for watching Netflix and BBC iPlayer documentaries. TorGuard is a lot better than ExpressVPN, trust me.


Cant agree, most of their servers are very slow. I am still thinking keep them or move to Nord
will this be any good at getting around bt blocking iptv when footballs on?
dlbb04/09/2019 08:33

Yes, all of your traffic would route from UK IP. This VPN is rock solid …Yes, all of your traffic would route from UK IP. This VPN is rock solid and my connection has never go down. I primarily use it for watching Netflix and BBC iPlayer documentaries. TorGuard is a lot better than ExpressVPN, trust me.


Appreciate the note
dlbb04/09/2019 08:29

Yes, but they would send you a lot of spam in your mail. Not to mention …Yes, but they would send you a lot of spam in your mail. Not to mention the frequent disconnections, IP exposure, IP leaks and buffering you have to endure.



All true and NordVPN doesn't work with Netflix (or at least it didn't??) - I'm on the 3 year for ~£40 but I don't find it that good.
I used this for about a year and its so sloooowwwww in connecting and that was on 78MB fibre. It just always really struggled to connect. I'm using one called windscribe now and it just connects so fast and always first time. Even if it was free would never use Torguard again.
dlbb04/09/2019 08:29

Yes, but they would send you a lot of spam in your mail. Not to mention …Yes, but they would send you a lot of spam in your mail. Not to mention the frequent disconnections, IP exposure, IP leaks and buffering you have to endure.



Not sure where you get your information but this has not been my experience in the two years I've been with them
okosanto04/09/2019 08:46

All true and NordVPN doesn't work with Netflix (or at least it didn't??) - …All true and NordVPN doesn't work with Netflix (or at least it didn't??) - I'm on the 3 year for ~£40 but I don't find it that good.


NordVPN works fine with Netflix at my house - so not sure where you are getting that perl from
Nord is poo, if they spent more of their money on the servers rather than spamming the web with ads and fake reviews maybe the speed would improve.
Nord works fine for me, too, for 2 laptops and 2 phones (don't use Netflix).
Never a problem torrenting, and never seen any ads before signing up or afterwards.
So what other VPN is there then if nord isnt good
lazyfatboy04/09/2019 08:18

And you can get 70% cashback via quidco, which I did.


How much does that work out per month?
how is a vpn applied to a iPhone and samsung smart tv ? i was hoping it could be applied to the vodafone router ... any help much appreciated.
harmageddon04/09/2019 12:25

how is a vpn applied to a iPhone and samsung smart tv ? i was hoping it …how is a vpn applied to a iPhone and samsung smart tv ? i was hoping it could be applied to the vodafone router ... any help much appreciated.


An app can be downloaded from the app store on both devices, if the smart TV has access to the play store and the VPN has their own app.

I haven't looked but I'm sure there's a generic VPN program on all major app stores that can be manually configured, if a VPN provider doesn't have their own app.
Edited by: "buyer101" 4th Sep
buyer10104/09/2019 11:48

How much does that work out per month?


Obviously I'll say this now, cashback is not guaranteed. Make sure you have a clean browser with no cookies if you're thinking of doing this.
Nord you pay up-front. it is £82.40 and quidco will give you 70% cashback (this might be on the pre-VAT price, I got £49 back). So my 3 years will cost a bit over £30, so less than a quid a month overall. Took 10 weeks or so to get it paid into my back account.
Not tried it with NetFlix, so can't comment on how that works - I can't be bothered to set up a VPN on my telly and remember to use it...
qwales04/09/2019 08:57

NordVPN works fine with Netflix at my house - so not sure where you are …NordVPN works fine with Netflix at my house - so not sure where you are getting that perl from



qwales04/09/2019 08:56

Not sure where you get your information but this has not been my …Not sure where you get your information but this has not been my experience in the two years I've been with them


Only for the UK which kind of isn't the point of a VPN - UK Netflix is fine with NordVPN but if you want to watch US Netflix forget it.
How does VPN work, no idea but just want Netflix
Just.Wondering04/09/2019 08:21

I am visiting Egypt in the next month or so, can I set the VPN to show my …I am visiting Egypt in the next month or so, can I set the VPN to show my location as the UK?


Not had experience of this, but have used NordVPN. On Nord you can set to UK or any other country server available.

I used recently whilst abroad and without it could not have done WiFi calling.
lazyfatboy04/09/2019 13:59

Obviously I'll say this now, cashback is not guaranteed. Make sure you …Obviously I'll say this now, cashback is not guaranteed. Make sure you have a clean browser with no cookies if you're thinking of doing this. Nord you pay up-front. it is £82.40 and quidco will give you 70% cashback (this might be on the pre-VAT price, I got £49 back). So my 3 years will cost a bit over £30, so less than a quid a month overall. Took 10 weeks or so to get it paid into my back account. Not tried it with NetFlix, so can't comment on how that works - I can't be bothered to set up a VPN on my telly and remember to use it...


Appreciate the reply.
hoggs04/09/2019 08:22

Seems to only be one UK location (London) so I'm guessing all traffic will …Seems to only be one UK location (London) so I'm guessing all traffic will route via this point? So if it goes down, I guess user's are stuck? E.g. single point of failure - I could be wrongI was going to switch from ExpressVPN as they have 3-4 UK locations, but then again it's three times the price :-(


I've got a TG account. They have various locations - they use rotating DNS to randomly assign you a server when you connect, though you can set up profiles for specific servers if you connect and find a nice one. Or you can 'pin' the currently connected server's IP address and it will reconnect to that one.

On my high speed internet, I found speeds to various servers varied quite dramatically - probably a symptom of how my ISP routes traffic. They seem to have clusters of servers from one or two providers on various IP ranges, most of the time they're UK2 servers. All seem to be based in the south, nothing (yet?) in the Midlands or the North. Probably not a great concern for them as they're focused on their US offerings I think.

Prior warning, iPlayer won't work through TG nor will Netflix, the ASNs and IP ranges are well known VPN/commercial blocks.
Edited by: "christopherw" 4th Sep
christopherw04/09/2019 17:56

I've got a TG account. They have various locations - they use rotating DNS …I've got a TG account. They have various locations - they use rotating DNS to randomly assign you a server when you connect, though you can set up profiles for specific servers if you connect and find a nice one. Or you can 'pin' the currently connected server's IP address and it will reconnect to that one.On my high speed internet, I found speeds to various servers varied quite dramatically - probably a symptom of how my ISP routes traffic. They seem to have clusters of servers from one or two providers on various IP ranges, most of the time they're UK2 servers. All seem to be based in the south, nothing (yet?) in the Midlands or the North. Probably not a great concern for them as they're focused on their US offerings I think.Prior warning, iPlayer won't work through TG nor will Netflix, the ASNs and IP ranges are well known VPN/commercial blocks.


Appreciate it. Thanks
I currently pay $17.99 bi annually as an existing customer. I renewed on 5 July. How do I get the discount?

Edit: It seems they must have put the price up in January 19, so I paid £17.99 then and in July. My account currently shows price as $14.99 so they must've reduced it again.
Edited by: "Thar" 4th Sep
What’s this like compared to Windscribe? I currently pay £3.27 a month for Windscribe with Netflix streaming.
Thanks
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