VPN Subscription 40+ Countries (20 Months) (UNLIMITED DEVICES) £13.77 @ Windscribe
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VPN Subscription 40+ Countries (20 Months) (UNLIMITED DEVICES) £13.77 @ Windscribe

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downloaded this onto my computer but was unable to connect to any of the servers

Better deals to be had.

Wasn't this free a few days ago?

Found the "Terms of use" summery quite amusing.

Not such a bad price, plenty of VPN services to explore. Heat added.

to sign up to netflix brazil or to use netflix brazil? i can only get foreign netflix with private server now. but to sign up could probably jist use hola for free and then uninstall?

JimBobJr

Wasn't this free a few days ago?


Earlier offer was freebie 50GB / month.

nokiafusion

Better deals to be had.



I'd be very interested, if you were able to post links

nokiafusion

PureVPN: Lifetime Subscription … PureVPN: Lifetime Subscription http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/purevpn-lifetime-subscription-2590587



So you save a couple of quid per year by paying 5 years in advance. Also limited to 5 devices.
Plus it might not be here in 5 years time.

What speeds to people get? I used to get around 90mb download on LimeVPN a year ago using Speedtest.net so I decided to buy a year... 6 months later they decided to screw up their own systems, half servers would not connect, torrents were blocked and speed decreased to 20mb.

Smartdns no loss of speed is what you want folks

BigCheeseGlenni

Smartdns no loss of speed is what you want folks



​except for netflix these days

nokiafusion

Better deals to be had.


Curlyman83

I'd be very interested, if you were able to post links


Better choice of deals to be had, inc lifetime from £12+: deals.cultofmac.com/sea…ice

nokiafusion

Better deals to be had.

Curlyman83

I'd be very interested, if you were able to post links



You might want to check the reviews of some of those VPNs before buying, quite a few lack features and/or have bad reviews.

MeteorUK

You might want to check the reviews of some of those VPNs before buying, … You might want to check the reviews of some of those VPNs before buying, quite a few lack features and/or have bad reviews.


No different to any other product purchase route.

Original Poster


Just for signing up. I think Brazil pays the least £££ per month for Netflix.
I refuse to use Hola + my current VPN subscription is about to expire.

jameshothothot

to sign up to netflix brazil or to use netflix brazil? i can only get … to sign up to netflix brazil or to use netflix brazil? i can only get foreign netflix with private server now. but to sign up could probably jist use hola for free and then uninstall?

nokiafusion

Better deals to be had.

Curlyman83

I'd be very interested, if you were able to post links

nokiafusion

Better deals to be had.


I wouldn't use any of these VPN's. Not only do they not come close to the features this service provides, but I know of a couple of the services provider owners*... I wouldn't trust them. (*HackForums)


Would you share, please?

Edited by: "Turret" 31st Dec 2016

jameshothothot

to sign up to netflix brazil or to use netflix brazil? i can only get … to sign up to netflix brazil or to use netflix brazil? i can only get foreign netflix with private server now. but to sign up could probably jist use hola for free and then uninstall?



Hola? I stopped using that service when I found out how it works. No MF is reselling my bandwidth or using me as an exit node No sir!



Subscribed with Windscribe the other day. Didn't notice any slow down in speeds but I'm in the early days of a new contract.
Lifetime license with Windscribe (10 years, free renewal every tens years- if you'll even want it then), cost me $27.18.

I used this link provided by forum member @dandubi.

If you sign up for one month membership (then cancel) and use code XMASDF25 (if it's still working), you should get it for the $27.18 that I did.

dealfuel.com/sel…ce/

Original Poster

nokiafusion

https://shop.appleinsider.com/sales/lifetime-of-purevpn?jl_uid=e95fa8d40bc41d1f2fc819331f6af735&jl_cmpn=20161230_Tech_DailyDeals&utm_campaign=20161230_Tech_DailyDeals&utm_source=StackSocial+Deals+Newsletter&utm_medium=email



All sales finalInstant digital redemptionSubscription term is for 5 years.



Thanks for sharing. Not a bad deal for PureVPN, though I wouldn't use them again, personally, as I had problems with OpenVPN not connecting a lot of the time... They are also a very sketchy company. 1 & 2

The Windscribe deal still works out cheaper.
Edited by: "Turret" 2nd Jan

Rarnik

Subscribed with Windscribe the other day. Didn't notice any slow down in … Subscribed with Windscribe the other day. Didn't notice any slow down in speeds but I'm in the early days of a new contract.Lifetime license with Windscribe (10 years, free renewal every tens years- if you'll even want it then), cost me $27.18.I used this link provided by forum member @dandubi.If you sign up for one month membership (then cancel) and use code XMASDF25 (if it's still working), you should get it for the $27.18 that I did.https://dealfuel.com/seller/windscribe-lifetime-service/



That code is no longer working unfortunately.. I also grabbed that deal for lifetime and renewal, never need another VPN again aha!

MeteorUK

That code is no longer working unfortunately.. I also grabbed that deal … That code is no longer working unfortunately.. I also grabbed that deal for lifetime and renewal, never need another VPN again aha!


Good luck, lifetime usually means until they change their terms and conditions or go broke or get bought out
Edited by: "spannerzone" 1st Jan

ZenMate for chrome is free and does the job

Any advice on a router that can cope with 100mb of vpn traffic? I can max out my line using a desktop client but want my whole house protected, flashed my old mynet750 with openwrt but using that as the vpn client gets me about 15mb at best

InTheKnow444

ZenMate for chrome is free and does the job



Awesome, how do I set up that for p2p and use outside of chrome?

VPN etc are so confusing, I've used unotelly in the past to get us netflix etc...
Do these vpn etc perform in similar fashion?
what is the current favourite amongst you foreign (US sport for me mainly) tv app users?

NordVPN

any experience of speeds on this?

tek-monkey

Any advice on a router that can cope with 100mb of vpn traffic? I can max … Any advice on a router that can cope with 100mb of vpn traffic? I can max out my line using a desktop client but want my whole house protected, flashed my old mynet750 with openwrt but using that as the vpn client gets me about 15mb at best



Beware using a whole house VPN as you loose access to British TV catchup as you can only be in one country at a time.

OrribleHarry

Beware using a whole house VPN as you loose access to British TV catchup … Beware using a whole house VPN as you loose access to British TV catchup as you can only be in one country at a time.



I was going to use a UK server anyway, just want to obscure my browsing (or rather anyone else that uses my WiFi). Now the gov are saving your history I don't want their browsing attached to mine, as it's rather hard to then disprove later.

doggboy10

VPN etc are so confusing, I've used unotelly in the past to get us … VPN etc are so confusing, I've used unotelly in the past to get us netflix etc...Do these vpn etc perform in similar fashion?what is the current favourite amongst you foreign (US sport for me mainly) tv app users?



If by US sport, you mean NBC sports or other US based content, i use BlackVPN, not well know, but i get the fastest speeds to a US server than other VPN, no slow downs, my Sky broadband is 17mb, i get inbetween 16-17mb with the VPN.

Also they do monthly instead of 12 months contract, although its cheaper to do 12 months.,$5 a month

If anyone has a better VPN for my needs i will be happy to try it

vpn is free on opera web browser

Currently using Windscribe, subscribed to the Free 50Gb per month free lifetime subcription as posted on Hotukdeals a couple of days ago. not noticed any slow down as yet, seems to work well for FREE, when it breaks I will ditch it!

Apparantly Netflicks, Amazon etc, block some VPN servers (block the company) as they know what its being used for to get around the country of use terms.
I just wanted a VPN

tek-monkey

Any advice on a router that can cope with 100mb of vpn traffic? I can max … Any advice on a router that can cope with 100mb of vpn traffic? I can max out my line using a desktop client but want my whole house protected, flashed my old mynet750 with openwrt but using that as the vpn client gets me about 15mb at best


interesting. i flashed an old netgear router on torguard and got 2mb vs 90 on virgin direct! think it might be to do with the encryption? if they have a setting to turn it off/minimal might be best. i only wanted to spoof netflix us for the ex wife's tv as dns doesn't work anymore. on a pc it's fine to just use torguard software

This might seem like a given for some, but since I assume nothing and I see it stated nowhere in this article (or, more surprisingly, on Windscribe’s website):

What is Windscribe’s logging policy?

jameshothothot

interesting. i flashed an old netgear router on torguard and got 2mb vs … interesting. i flashed an old netgear router on torguard and got 2mb vs 90 on virgin direct! think it might be to do with the encryption? if they have a setting to turn it off/minimal might be best. i only wanted to spoof netflix us for the ex wife's tv as dns doesn't work anymore. on a pc it's fine to just use torguard software


Not at home so can't check, but I suspect it's directly related to the cpu / ram in the router. A pc has much more grunt, be interesting to test on a desktop running a speed test, and check the cpu usage both with the vpn and without.

Currently using the Advanced TOR router, seems very good, any thoughts ladies & gents.

Currently use PIA which seems to do the job well, is speed such a concern for vpn users? I would look into the data retention policies and encryption used as well as the number of nodes available to connect to.

Also for Netflix apparently they blacklist vpn ip addresses, blocking access to other geo locations. To get around I'm guessing you would need a dedicated vpn ip address?

They don't keep logs. See FAQ.

TheKruleD

Currently use PIA which seems to do the job well, is speed such a concern … Currently use PIA which seems to do the job well, is speed such a concern for vpn users? I would look into the data retention policies and encryption used as well as the number of nodes available to connect to. Also for Netflix apparently they blacklist vpn ip addresses, blocking access to other geo locations. To get around I'm guessing you would need a dedicated vpn ip address?



​i rent a dedicated server woth torguard. it is a US server so only netflix us works. gone are the days i could try brazil and canada and netherlands and japan for different shows!
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