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2017 Black Friday Deal - 2 Years VPN Plan + FREE 300Mbps preconfigured VPN Router (Protect your Entire Home Network!)  £37 + 7.50pp @ TorGuard w/code BLACKFRIDAY
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Found 15th NovFound 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… Read more

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DoubleUp32 m ago

I'm really sorry, I've read all of the comments and I think that you have …I'm really sorry, I've read all of the comments and I think that you have answered this question, but I need it spelled out for dummies! I have a virgin media business router (hitron). So, if I connect this, I can still use the 5 and 2.4 networks but just point whichever streaming devices I want to plugged in router? I plan to also purchase the streaming ip, then link the firesticks, xbox etc over WiFi so that I can can watch us Netflix.Will this work? Thanks for all your answers in this thread.


It's not a silly question, as for many this is the point of buying the package. The short answer is yes, you connect from the VPN router to your Virgin router over wifi or using an ethernet cable.

This will mean you can stream Netflix from your TV or Firestick etc. Reportred speeds over wifi are 28mbs, which means that one device can stream 4K, but that's about as much as you'll get. If you are just streaming your average iPlayer program in HD, this would mange 2-3 devices simulatiously. For this reason I doubt the free router is a replacement for a family hub, especially if you are looking to future proof your wifi.

How to connect is another question with many solutions; one is, go into the settings, then wan settings and change my DNS from the virgin DNS to 8.8.8.8 (which is Google's).

I'm really sorry, I've read all of the comments and I think that you have answered this question, but I need it spelled out for dummies! I have a virgin media business router (hitron). So, if I connect this, I can still use the 5 and 2.4 networks but just point whichever streaming devices I want to plugged in router? I plan to also purchase the streaming ip, then link the firesticks, xbox etc over WiFi so that I can can watch us Netflix.

Will this work? Thanks for all your answers in this thread.

WestMidlands2 h, 17 m ago

Any way to add a battery to the router so I can use it while on the go …Any way to add a battery to the router so I can use it while on the go from my backpack?



I think I read somewhere that this uses the usb to power itself .

Any way to add a battery to the router so I can use it while on the go from my backpack?

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grazie2 h, 27 m ago

Thanks for posting.This deal is good for the VPN alone, although my only …Thanks for posting.This deal is good for the VPN alone, although my only experience of Tor was trying the free version yonks ago and it was dreadful. May give it a try.


Torguard is not connected with Tor, but you should use a VPN whilst using the tor browser.

My experience of the tor browser is it is still slow, but a lot faster than it was.
50% off 1years vpn service from torguard ($29.99) / £20.74
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Found 9th Feb 2016Found 9th Feb 2016
50% off a years torguard VPN using code YBS4S3G88P I think it's a lifetime annual discount. Not used them yet but if the deal is still on when my cyberghost account ends I'll g… Read more

dezontk

I pay around £17 a year for NordVPN.



​is there a discount code it's coming up at $40 about £28 or do you have a loyalty discount please ?

BestGear

Asking your router to manage the VPN encryption typically drops … Asking your router to manage the VPN encryption typically drops throughput - even the likes of cisco quote one capacity for straight routed traffic and a very different figure where a VPN is terminated on it.Did you try with the VPN client on your PC rather than the router?




I even tried it with just the modem connected via Ethernet, no router. Still dropped my speed by 70-80%.

Wotan

How so?I get the full 100mb I pay for, even during peak times. Meaning … How so?I get the full 100mb I pay for, even during peak times. Meaning my router is capable of delivering 100mb and does so on a daily basis.




Asking your router to manage the VPN encryption typically drops throughput - even the likes of cisco quote one capacity for straight routed traffic and a very different figure where a VPN is terminated on it.

Did you try with the VPN client on your PC rather than the router?

BestGear

Its quite likely that your router is lacking horsepower if the tunnel is … Its quite likely that your router is lacking horsepower if the tunnel is being terminated there...not their service.



How so?

I get the full 100mb I pay for, even during peak times. Meaning my router is capable of delivering 100mb and does so on a daily basis.


Edited by: "Wotan" 26th Mar 2016

callum84

Can anyone on fibre give me an idea of speeds.I connect to VPN using … Can anyone on fibre give me an idea of speeds.I connect to VPN using client on router so all traffic on all devices goes through it hence why speed is an issue.



I know I'm a little late here but I signed up for torguard a few days ago.

I have VM's 100mb and even at peak time I get 100mb. With torguard my speed maxed out at 30mb. So I gigantic loss of 70%.

Not acceptable to me so I contacted support. Live chat had me connecting to every server with every type of cipher. No difference so they said open a ticket.

First email said this isn't normal, we can fix it! Then asked me to do exactly as live chat had (despite live chat saying he'd relay the information).

I did and replied. Second email asked me to try with no encryption. I did and replied.

Third email said and I quote 'well, 30mb is still very fast'.

Be then went on to tell me I knew nothing about VPN's and non would be any faster. And I should stop being stupid and realise paying to lose 70% of my connection speed is absolutely fine (I had told him several times I didn't expect zero speed lost just that 70% wasn't acceptable).

So not only is the product crap. Customer 'support' is crap too.

On the plus side I cancelled and got a refund within half an hour without asking. So there's that at least.
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Torguard VPN with dedicated IP £12.20 for 6 months recurring
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Found 4th Jul 2015Found 4th Jul 2015
Had PIA for a bit but ended up accidentally cancelling it (trying to change payment type!) so was shopping about and found this cracking deal. Step by step: goto http://torguard.… Read more

As Thar says 6 monthly bill coming so keep a look out if you used a infrequent email address

My renewal was $14.99 - seems I didnt select "TG Viscosity License" the first time - am I missing anything here? ONly an occasional VPN user tbh
Edited by: "mgk" 31st Dec 2015

Just had my 6 month renewal notice through. Is this still competitive?

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CloudyWolf

So then why is this in the VPN section if it isn't actual a VPN?



What is it about Torguard that makes you think it isnt a VPN?

So then why is this in the VPN section if it isn't actual a VPN?

pr2thej

Torguard is faster with better support - its a premium service for users … Torguard is faster with better support - its a premium service for users who need a 100% encrypted and reliable connection, not a browser based add on.CyberGhost free is in the Hola crowd, absolutely fine for browsing and viewing, but very limited configurable options eg only 3 servers, shared ip's. While Cyberghost will divert your browser, it doesn't touch the rest of your connection unless you get the paid for client. So, while you can get around region locks, you aren't getting a private, secure connection. If that's of no interest to you, then Cyberghost is fine.


katya1971

code has expired


Oh crap, that's what we get for taking too long
TorGuard 50% off for Lifetime VPN: $29.99/year, Proxy $23.50/year, Encrypted Email $25/year with coupon code "TGLifetime50"
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Found 7th Apr 2015Found 7th Apr 2015
Found this deal on reddit, great deal for this VPN I think. The voucher is for a recurring discount but unfortunately the voucher ends tonight (I think). Found information at: … Read more

Chris_Bou

Used the Torguard service last nite to watch US Netflix , was very good , … Used the Torguard service last nite to watch US Netflix , was very good , cut out briefly only once in about 6 hours, so thumbs up so far :))



that's the way how to do it

Used the Torguard service last nite to watch US Netflix , was very good , cut out briefly only once in about 6 hours, so thumbs up so far :))

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leotm

I'm not sure whether to go for this or … I'm not sure whether to go for this or https://deals.geekwire.com/sales/vpn-unlimited-lifetime-subscription


I was going to post that one but read this:
reddit.com/r/V…ed/

Chris_Bou

This has not expired, just bought a recurring years subscription for half … This has not expired, just bought a recurring years subscription for half price using code , £20.83 for a year, I am currently paying £7 per month so its a no brainer , I use it for watching uk TV in Spain through my Apple TV , have tried the free ones they are useless , this has good reviews so fingers crossed, thanks op



^^ indeed, ends in 1 day according to deals.geekwire.com/sal…ion