TWO Years VPN + Mini VPN Router + TWO free Months Streaming IP for approx. £45 @ TorGuard
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TWO Years VPN + Mini VPN Router + TWO free Months Streaming IP for approx. £45 @ TorGuard

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Awesome offer from Torguard, one of the mostly highly rated VPN providers in the market - I'm currently with another VPN provider and tempted to switch to this.

If you're looking for a well reviewed, reliable and awesome customer service then this will be for you.

You'll get a TWO YEAR Service and a mini VPN router (Price above includes shipping for £7.50 so no extra/hidden costs)

The 'Free' 300Mbps preconfigured GLi GL-MT300N V2 Mini VPN Router can be used as a stand alone router or attached to your existing router - basically meaning every device/TV is protected and you're 'hidden'

How do i get this deal?

  • Click 'Get Deal' button
  • Select the Bi-annually offer and add to basket
  • At basket/checkout stage add code ROUTER50

Previous thread with questions & Info


All VPN pricing options include:

  • Unlimited Speeds + Bandwidth
  • 3000+ Servers in 50+ Countries
  • 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 blockingProtects against all known leaks

Supports all OS and devices

The software is easy to install on any OS including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS. We also fully support VPN routers like DDWRT, Tomato and pfsense firewalls.



What is a Streaming IP?

IP Multicast provides a means to send a single media stream to a group of recipients on a computer network. A multicast protocol, usually Internet Group Management Protocol, is used to manage delivery of multicast streams to the groups of recipients on a LAN.

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38 Comments
Whilst I doubt the router is up to much, this still sounds like a great deal considering you get two years of service included.
Edited by: "Dogpitt" 18th Jul
Been with them for over 2 years and service is excellent. Get full download speed through nearest London setting. No issues or problems.
Can anyone share the direct link for 2 year plan please ?
cprasad2 m ago

Can anyone share the direct link for 2 year plan please ?


torguard.net/fre…php

I think the Web address posted in the deal is a broken affiliate link
Hey, not sure went wrong - tis fixed though
joef1121 m ago

https://torguard.net/free-router-promo.phpI think the Web address posted …https://torguard.net/free-router-promo.phpI think the Web address posted in the deal is a broken affiliate link


Thanks !
Shamelessly copied...

TorGuard is a VPN provider and has nothing to with TOR, the deep web browser. TorGuard states that the “Tor” in their name is a reference to torrents, and protecting your computer while you use BitTorrent.

However, TorGuard appears to be owned by a company called VPNetworks LLC:

Vpnetworks, LLC
618 E South St
Orlando, FL 32801Sadly, this means they’re located in the US that can request VPN companies to handle over the information they have about their clients (hint: HideMyAss).

It’s much safer to use a VPN that is located in the BVI, Panama or even Switzerland
34405671-NRohU.jpgAs it says recurring discount, does this mean it'll permanently be $50 every 2 years? Even after the first term?
joef11217 m ago

[Image] As it says recurring discount, does this mean it'll permanently be …[Image] As it says recurring discount, does this mean it'll permanently be $50 every 2 years? Even after the first term?


It also comes up on the Annual one as well if you're apprehensive, but RoosterNo1 does make an interesting point.

Personally, it would probably be better to just buy one of these routers online for around £15 and use a much better VPN service. I know you can configure them yourself and decent providers will usually give you instructions or even templates to upload to change these settings.

By doing it this way, you'll probably find it's been pre-configured but I'd rather use my existing VPN personally.
Can someone tell me, what’s the point in a VPN? (or similar) I know they have their uses for receiving US Netflix for example but for torrents, such as what this is aimed at is there any real need?
Well your work place may require a VPN if you ever work from home and use remote access, also torrents and downloading etc.
Good deal, been with these about 18 months and they're fantastic
freakstyler20 m ago

Can someone tell me, what’s the point in a VPN? (or similar) I know they h …Can someone tell me, what’s the point in a VPN? (or similar) I know they have their uses for receiving US Netflix for example but for torrents, such as what this is aimed at is there any real need?


If you download or upload enough torrents your isp might give you a warning and then if you continue you can get fined. It's also good for getting around location blocks. Restricted websites. Along with privacy from the spying government agencies and general online security.
Just wait till you get a letter otherwise might end up paying for something you'll never need.
freakstyler1 h, 27 m ago

Can someone tell me, what’s the point in a VPN? (or similar) I know they h …Can someone tell me, what’s the point in a VPN? (or similar) I know they have their uses for receiving US Netflix for example but for torrents, such as what this is aimed at is there any real need?


People will mask it over with claims of privacy but its ultimately a way for pirates to do their dirty business without getting DMCA warnings from their ISP.
fishleg00354 m ago

Just wait till you get a letter otherwise might end up paying for …Just wait till you get a letter otherwise might end up paying for something you'll never need.


Yeah over ten years I uploaded and downloaded hundreds if not thousands of terrabytes and not once have I had any communication from my ISP about it.
Does Torguard give access to US Netflix or is it a detected VPN?
scottishpunter2 m ago

Does Torguard give access to US Netflix or is it a detected VPN?


You need a static IP for it, which I think is what "streaming IP" is suggesting in the title, the VPN and static IP are two different services
joef1123 h, 7 m ago

https://torguard.net/free-router-promo.phpI think the Web address posted …https://torguard.net/free-router-promo.phpI think the Web address posted in the deal is a broken affiliate link


YOU MIGHT WANT TO TELL PEOPLE YOU POSTED YOUR OWN AFFILIATE LINK.

CHEEKY SOD.

edit: not joef112, the original poster. Apologies.
Edited by: "Pyongyang" 18th Jul
wellzism45 m ago

You need a static IP for it, which I think is what "streaming IP" is …You need a static IP for it, which I think is what "streaming IP" is suggesting in the title, the VPN and static IP are two different services


Thanks for the info - with further digging it looks like "residential ip" is the service I am looking for, an unblockable US IP address, but that is an additional $7.99 a month, so costs start to mount up. Might be worth it to get US Netflix, if I was able to add English Premier League with an NBC Gold pass.

Further investigation required.
This router, surely it can't run a VPN at decent speeds at that price? I need something that can handle at least 50mb really, and needs nothing on the client.
tek-monkey1 m ago

This router, surely it can't run a VPN at decent speeds at that price? I …This router, surely it can't run a VPN at decent speeds at that price? I need something that can handle at least 50mb really, and needs nothing on the client.


It won't. But for beginners and plug and play folk it will do the job. Personally I'd wipe it and reconfigure it. Or spend a few hundred quid on a pfsense build (though that is way out of the scope of folks this device is aimed at).
Pyongyang24 m ago

It won't. But for beginners and plug and play folk it will do the job. …It won't. But for beginners and plug and play folk it will do the job. Personally I'd wipe it and reconfigure it. Or spend a few hundred quid on a pfsense build (though that is way out of the scope of folks this device is aimed at).


Yeah, thinking of a pfsense build. I want to be able to route all wifi through a VPN plus a few of my servers, but the rest be on the main connection. I have a meraki firewall that will handle 2 WANs so can just use a basic hardware device on WAN2 but not seen anything powerful enough to bother with.

That said I guess for wifi I only need maybe 20mb, and can run the vpn on the server OS as I currently do.
tek-monkey6 m ago

Yeah, thinking of a pfsense build. I want to be able to route all wifi …Yeah, thinking of a pfsense build. I want to be able to route all wifi through a VPN plus a few of my servers, but the rest be on the main connection. I have a meraki firewall that will handle 2 WANs so can just use a basic hardware device on WAN2 but not seen anything powerful enough to bother with.That said I guess for wifi I only need maybe 20mb, and can run the vpn on the server OS as I currently do.


Grand. So build a pfsense box. Define rules to route WLAN over a VPN node. If you want to add LAN devices in to the VPN interface, create a new rule, or even just define an alias and route the alias to the VPN interface. Saves a whole bunch of hassle and is cleaner.

Meraki MX64 is it? Nice but a bit of a bungle to get them working right for home use. Not to mention the licensing costs.

A good pfsense build and hardware encryption acceleration will see you get some nice VPN speeds.
Pyongyang5 m ago

Grand. So build a pfsense box. Define rules to route WLAN over a VPN node. …Grand. So build a pfsense box. Define rules to route WLAN over a VPN node. If you want to add LAN devices in to the VPN interface, create a new rule, or even just define an alias and route the alias to the VPN interface. Saves a whole bunch of hassle and is cleaner.Meraki MX64 is it? Nice but a bit of a bungle to get them working right for home use. Not to mention the licensing costs.A good pfsense build and hardware encryption acceleration will see you get some nice VPN speeds.


Yeah, an MX64. I got that plus an AP and a POE switch free for attending a few webinars but only got 18 months left on the licenses now! The MX64 is perfectly capable hardware wise but the software won't allow me to use it as a VPN client which is a shame.

Think I'll look for a small x86 build for the pfsense, should be easy enough to get an AES-NI cpu nowadays on the cheap.
tek-monkey3 m ago

Yeah, an MX64. I got that plus an AP and a POE switch free for attending …Yeah, an MX64. I got that plus an AP and a POE switch free for attending a few webinars but only got 18 months left on the licenses now! The MX64 is perfectly capable hardware wise but the software won't allow me to use it as a VPN client which is a shame.Think I'll look for a small x86 build for the pfsense, should be easy enough to get an AES-NI cpu nowadays on the cheap.



A qotom box from Aliexpress is the way forward.
Extra $10 shipping for the router outside the US too.
goonertillidie4 h, 15 m ago

Hey, not sure went wrong - tis fixed though


Remove your affiliate link.
Pyongyang10 m ago

Remove your affiliate link.


It's not my personal affiliate link, just in case you don't already know how HotUKDeals works hotukdeals.com/about

Thanks
goonertillidie3 m ago

It's not my personal affiliate link, just in case you don't already know …It's not my personal affiliate link, just in case you don't already know how HotUKDeals works https://www.hotukdeals.com/aboutThanks


Not sure what the link proves other than you are HUKD staff?

It's clearly an affiliate link. Torguard are also heavily centred towards affiliate programs. The link should be changed or at least be made clear in the deal text. It's cheeky.
Pyongyang11 m ago

Not sure what the link proves other than you are HUKD staff?It's clearly …Not sure what the link proves other than you are HUKD staff?It's clearly an affiliate link. Torguard are also heavily centred towards affiliate programs. The link should be changed or at least be made clear in the deal text. It's cheeky.


It clearly states on the link above ''Some threads on HotUKDeals may contain an affiliate link, which will earn the site a commission if the product is purchased''

This has always been the case.

Any further questions, please drop me a PM as i'd like this thread to stay on topic.

Thanks
goonertillidie3 m ago

It clearly states on the link above ''Some threads on HotUKDeals may …It clearly states on the link above ''Some threads on HotUKDeals may contain an affiliate link, which will earn the site a commission if the product is purchased''This has always been the case.Any further questions, please drop me a PM as i'd like this thread to stay on topic.Thanks


Transparency in the deal link would have been appreciated (and the right thing to do) rather than have to go through this nonsense. Actually transparency in the about page would be appreciated too, not just microscopically stuffed under a hashtag header of #peoplepower.

Poor form HUKD.

No further questions your honour.
Edited by: "Pyongyang" 18th Jul
Does this work for existing customers?
Good deal on the vpn and router, I bought this router a couple of weeks ago from China and installed Wi-fi pineapple firmware on it and it holds up well
If this offers VPN servers in Phillipines, Argentina and Russia, I'm in - I want to make use of the cheap Spotify, Netflix and Xbox deals!
I wouldn’t recommend personally. The connection would drop every 15 minutes or so for me for atleast a minute. Switched to PIA and have had a constant stable connection since.

+ it wasn’t easy getting a refund when I told torguard of this^
+ they promise no logging but do
+ rubbish download speeds
+ leaky dns so useless for privacy
+ quick google will show lots of users complain they can’t use Netflix with this vpn
Edited by: "Turret" 7th Aug
Pyongyang18th Jul

Transparency in the deal link would have been appreciated (and the right …Transparency in the deal link would have been appreciated (and the right thing to do) rather than have to go through this nonsense. Actually transparency in the about page would be appreciated too, not just microscopically stuffed under a hashtag header of #peoplepower.Poor form HUKD.No further questions your honour.


Almost every deal on this website uses a HUKD affiliate link. If you’d rather not allow HUKD to take a cut of your purchase (like myself) click through the ‘get deal’ link, copy the url, open a incognito tab and paste it in minus the referral ID. Be sure to click through Topcashback instead
Edited by: "Turret" 7th Aug
Using the Promo Code LifeTime50 you get a 50% recurring discount for lifetime. Nice deal
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