Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
VPN Unlimited Lifetime 5 Devices - £22.31 @ Stacksocial
390° Expired

VPN Unlimited Lifetime 5 Devices - £22.31 @ Stacksocial

£22.31£5358%StackSocial Deals
63
Posted 10th May
3227946.jpg
I think it's a good deal at this price, even cheaper than last December. Normal price is 59 USD.

Reviews here :
thebestvpn.com/118…cy/

comments from previous deal on last December:
hotukdeals.com/dea…644




Description:
Online privacy and protection of your data that will virtually last forever, as well as unrestricted streaming and access to the content you want: That's what you get with a lifetime subscription to KeepSolid VPN Unlimited, a top-notch VPN solution from the security experts with 5 years of experience. More than 10 million customers globally have entrusted their online protection to KeepSolid VPN Unlimited. Add it to your cybersecurity toolkit, and enjoy a massive selection of servers worldwide, a rich variety of VPN protocols, and much more to keep hackers out of your sensitive data!

Tech.Co: “From its simple interface to its genuinely practical features, VPN Unlimited has plenty to recommend it.”

VPN Special: “KeepSolid VPN Unlimited offers amazing services and its advanced features makes it a solid VPN service provider.”

  • Reliably protect your data on any public WiFi
  • Surf w/ no speed or bandwidth limits
  • Access a wide range of VPN servers w/ 70+ locations globally, including the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia & Hong Kong. Check the list here
  • Surf on a variety of VPN protocols, like IKEv2, OpenVPN & KeepSolid Wise
  • Access streaming servers for US Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Hulu, ESPN+ & HBO Now
  • Enjoy a better browsing experience w/ handy features, like Trusted Networks, Ping Tests & Favorite Servers
  • Easily configure your VPN connection on your router.
  • Convenient management of connected devices
  • 24/7 customer support

Important Details

  • Length of access: lifetime
  • License deadline: redeem within 30 days of purchase
  • Restrictions: use on up to 5 devices simultaneously; you can deactivate devices at any time (1 per week), to free a slot for a new device to have 5 total activated at a time
  • VPN works with torrents or P2P
  • See VPN countries with servers here
  • Use on up to 5 devices simultaneously; you can delete existing devices at any time (1 per week), and then add new ones to have 5 total activated at a time
  • Updates included
  • Language options for iOS, Android, Mac OS X and Windows: English, Arabic, Chinese (simplified), German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (BR), Russian, Spanish, and Turkish
  • Please contact support@keepsolid.com with questions regarding compatibility with your router/setup
  • For technical questions, please see the VPN FAQs here, or contact them directly at support@keepsolid.com
Community Updates
StackSocial Deals

Groups

63 Comments
softether and its free
I will be reading comment with interest. Would like to start using something that doesnt cost the earth.

One of the things that I'm confused about, and hopefully a knowledgeable person can enlighten me, is why there is rarely the option to use windows and androids built in VPN clients. This would be far more appealing to me than having to use a seperate app. Is there a negative to doing this and is it only possibly with VPN providers that explicitly say it's possible? (I know Nord provides instructions on setting it up)
Edited by: "itsjustme" 10th May
itsjustme10/05/2019 09:43

I will be reading comment with interest. Would like to start using …I will be reading comment with interest. Would like to start using something that doesnt cost the earth.One of the things that I'm confused about, and hopefully a knowledgeable person can enlighten me, is why there is rarely the option to use windows and androids built in VPN clients. This would be far more appealing to me than having to use a seperate app. Is there a negative to doing this and is it only possibly with VPN providers that explicitly say it's possible? (I know Nord provides instructions on setting it up)


Because you never know what William will do with the data collected
I bought this a year ago and never let me down so far.
itsjustme10/05/2019 09:43

I will be reading comment with interest. Would like to start using …I will be reading comment with interest. Would like to start using something that doesnt cost the earth.One of the things that I'm confused about, and hopefully a knowledgeable person can enlighten me, is why there is rarely the option to use windows and androids built in VPN clients. This would be far more appealing to me than having to use a seperate app. Is there a negative to doing this and is it only possibly with VPN providers that explicitly say it's possible? (I know Nord provides instructions on setting it up)


Most of the vpn providers support using third party client to connect. I normally use Mac’s built in vpn panel to connect. I believe this provider can do the same.

But you will have to manually setup the server address and credentials
shiver2k1210/05/2019 09:47

Because you never know what William will do with the data collected …Because you never know what William will do with the data collected


Well I guess that's what I'm asking, I (probably naively) struggle to see what information could be logged by the built in client besides perhaps what you are connecting to.

It seems to me a bigger security concern is installing a whole third party programme to connect through. But that's why I'm asking because I don't know.
Presume this is fine for IPTV on a Firestick?
If you are looking for unbiased reviews look here, i.e not a review site owned by the vpn seller
itsjustme10/05/2019 09:43

I will be reading comment with interest. Would like to start using …I will be reading comment with interest. Would like to start using something that doesnt cost the earth.One of the things that I'm confused about, and hopefully a knowledgeable person can enlighten me, is why there is rarely the option to use windows and androids built in VPN clients. This would be far more appealing to me than having to use a seperate app. Is there a negative to doing this and is it only possibly with VPN providers that explicitly say it's possible? (I know Nord provides instructions on setting it up)


Don’t read with interest do research there may be experts on here but there will be so much false information.

What hat you want depends on you and what you regard as security. At minimum you should be looking for one that does not collect logs sad thing is many say they don’t but get caught in court. Only one maybe two have been proven in court other which said they don’t were found to keep enough information to identify the user.
eslick10/05/2019 09:56

Don’t read with interest do research there may be experts on here but t …Don’t read with interest do research there may be experts on here but there will be so much false information. What hat you want depends on you and what you regard as security. At minimum you should be looking for one that does not collect logs sad thing is many say they don’t but get caught in court. Only one maybe two have been proven in court other which said they don’t were found to keep enough information to identify the user.



How do you rate Nord Vpn. I have been using it for the last 3 years, the only issue I have is the links sometimes don't work on HUKD and Amazon requires additional captr security checks
wozwebs10/05/2019 09:55

Presume this is fine for IPTV on a Firestick?


I use this on my IPTV service on a firestick and yes it’s fine.
alankfc0210/05/2019 09:47

I bought this a year ago and never let me down so far.



Any loss in speeds when streaming?
shortfry10/05/2019 10:04

Any loss in speeds when streaming?


Never noticed anything.
shortfry10/05/2019 10:04

Any loss in speeds when streaming?


It’s a VPN you are always going to get a loss in speed. It’s the nature of the service I’m afraid. But I have never had an issue streaming.
Had this about a year. Got it for £13 for a lifetime. Have it on my phone, fire hd and firestick and always works well. Speed is slower, but not a massive amount. I used aptoide to put it on my firestick and update it to latest apk version.
Using this for almost 3 years now. I had paid 27 dollars for lifetime so good deal. Works fine. Speeds are decent. I primarily use it for iptv purposes and don't get any slowdowns. There was some article mentioning they have some shady Russian ownership or something I'd be wary of running it on my laptop and entering all my sensitive information in
Would it resolve the issue I have with Kodi slow buffering from time to time during the movie streaming (fire stick only) ? Internet speed is not the issue just in case
ct200010/05/2019 10:06

It’s a VPN you are always going to get a loss in speed. It’s the nature of …It’s a VPN you are always going to get a loss in speed. It’s the nature of the service I’m afraid. But I have never had an issue streaming.



Yeah i'm aware there will be some, but i've some reviews for other services which mention severe loss of speeds so makes streaming almost impossible.
Appreciate the response though as i am on the look out for one
Good service, including if the non techie side of things get too much and you have to use their email or hotdesk support, friend got it for $19 LT last year, had it on, non stop, on 4 devices ( this offer is for 5 devices max at the same time, they do a 10 device LT plan, but its nearly 3 times the price of this deal, so buy 2 x 5 if you want more!! ) since, always notices a download or buffering slowdown, at the "normal" times, when everyone is on X server from X country, all watching the same stuff...

The only "real" issue, if you are one of the hukd tin hat club members, is they do say they do not log, but they do log, via various have to do it, or else region specific DC laws, so other than that and the naff speeds ( around 60% slower up and down at peak times ) from their over subscribed servers, superb value for money deal and well worth nabbing, if you fancy watching Blue Peter reruns, from China
ms8410/05/2019 10:22

Would it resolve the issue I have with Kodi slow buffering from time to …Would it resolve the issue I have with Kodi slow buffering from time to time during the movie streaming (fire stick only) ? Internet speed is not the issue just in case



Your issue could be more the the speed of the site the movie is hosted on. Some scrapers can be very slow on the free services.
Or your isp could be throttling you which a vpn could help with
wozwebs10/05/2019 09:55

Presume this is fine for IPTV on a Firestick?


i would like to know the same please......
Quinoa10/05/2019 10:02

How do you rate Nord Vpn. I have been using it for the last 3 years, the …How do you rate Nord Vpn. I have been using it for the last 3 years, the only issue I have is the links sometimes don't work on HUKD and Amazon requires additional captr security checks


Don’t use it but sure they were found wanting on the logs couldn’t be 100% sure though.

The checks are because the connection is used by multiple users and it thinks it’s a DNS attempt. Use PIA myself and never had it on either of the sites you mentioned.
shortfry10/05/2019 10:26

Your issue could be more the the speed of the site the movie is hosted on. …Your issue could be more the the speed of the site the movie is hosted on. Some scrapers can be very slow on the free services.Or your isp could be throttling you which a vpn could help with


I think my isp (sky) might be a problem cuz after I play with the remote (rewind-forward) it always work ok for another 20,30 mins. Internet speed is always around 30mb/s during that time
I've had this for a few years as well, although I think i paid about £15 for "lifetime". I'm not a heavy user of it but it's handy for this and that.

One thing I will say about them though is that their support service is excellent. On the odd occasion i've had issues (usually needing to remove devices) they've always been back to me within a few hours.
I’ve been using VPN Unlimited for two years, no problems at all. I recommend this to everyone.
bitcoin510/05/2019 10:25

Good service, including if the non techie side of things get too much and …Good service, including if the non techie side of things get too much and you have to use their email or hotdesk support, friend got it for $19 LT last year, had it on, non stop, on 4 devices ( this offer is for 5 devices max at the same time, they do a 10 device LT plan, but its nearly 3 times the price of this deal, so buy 2 x 5 if you want more!! ) since, always notices a download or buffering slowdown, at the "normal" times, when everyone is on X server from X country, all watching the same stuff... The only "real" issue, if you are one of the hukd tin hat club members, is they do say they do not log, but they do log, via various have to do it, or else region specific DC laws, so other than that and the naff speeds ( around 60% slower up and down at peak times ) from their over subscribed servers, superb value for money deal and well worth nabbing, if you fancy watching Blue Peter reruns, from China


It’s not the tin hat it’s to do with what they are downloading and the chances of letters from their ISP or worse. For many it will do as you need it to but it just depends what you are using it for. For me it’s not about downloading it’s if they tell me something I expect it to do what it says on the tin, and if it doesn’t then I don’t want my data flowing through there.
I've been using this for a couple of years without problem, but in the last few months they've been regularly blocked by iPlayer and it's taken longer for them to get around this. Not saying they've slipped up, I think the BBC have been more agressive in blocking VPNs.
shortfry10/05/2019 10:04

Any loss in speeds when streaming?


depends how fast your internet is to begin with. mine is 200mb and with the vpn I get about 10mb, its not fast but its pretty reliable.
How does it make money on that? Surely there are costs associated with it.
FYI it unlocks Netflix USA, no other Netflix regions (as confirmed by their tech dept)
itsjustme10/05/2019 09:43

I will be reading comment with interest. Would like to start using …I will be reading comment with interest. Would like to start using something that doesnt cost the earth.One of the things that I'm confused about, and hopefully a knowledgeable person can enlighten me, is why there is rarely the option to use windows and androids built in VPN clients. This would be far more appealing to me than having to use a seperate app. Is there a negative to doing this and is it only possibly with VPN providers that explicitly say it's possible? (I know Nord provides instructions on setting it up)


It's so that the user doesn't have to know how to set up the connection, they can select from a nice list of servers and click a button. Also probably so they can show you renewal offers etc. You should be able to set up your connection manually with any decent provider out there - it's less convenient but more secure.
eslick10/05/2019 09:56

Don’t read with interest do research there may be experts on here but t …Don’t read with interest do research there may be experts on here but there will be so much false information. What hat you want depends on you and what you regard as security. At minimum you should be looking for one that does not collect logs sad thing is many say they don’t but get caught in court. Only one maybe two have been proven in court other which said they don’t were found to keep enough information to identify the user.


I think if you are doing anything likely to end up in court - basically kiddie porn, darkweb, big piracy or hacking - you aren't going to use a cheap VPN or if you do it will be as one layer.

For most people seeking to get around geographic restrictions, restrict personal data etc this will do the job.
Been with these for just over 2 years. Not the fastest, slows my Internet down to 30-50Mbps, but never really had any issues using them.

Keep in mind they do keep some logs
Edited by: "zba78" 10th May
mcek10/05/2019 11:08

I've been using this for a couple of years without problem, but in the …I've been using this for a couple of years without problem, but in the last few months they've been regularly blocked by iPlayer and it's taken longer for them to get around this. Not saying they've slipped up, I think the BBC have been more agressive in blocking VPNs.


why do you need vpn to see iplayer? Isn’t iplayer free of subscription?
HankHandsome10/05/2019 10:42

I've had this for a few years as well, although I think i paid about £15 …I've had this for a few years as well, although I think i paid about £15 for "lifetime". I'm not a heavy user of it but it's handy for this and that.One thing I will say about them though is that their support service is excellent. On the odd occasion i've had issues (usually needing to remove devices) they've always been back to me within a few hours.


Completely agree. I’m in exactly the same boat with exactly the same experience
JefferyinUK10/05/2019 12:46

why do you need vpn to see iplayer? Isn’t iplayer free of subscription?


Because BBC block iPlayer outside UK, even if you have a licence.

They're very adept at it too, detecting and blocking a lot of VPNs
Footsore10/05/2019 12:58

Because BBC block iPlayer outside UK, even if you have a licence.They're …Because BBC block iPlayer outside UK, even if you have a licence.They're very adept at it too, detecting and blocking a lot of VPNs


okay... I thought people in this forum are all based in UK
Livetime service what business model is this? stick with NORDvpn
JefferyinUK10/05/2019 13:00

okay... I thought people in this forum are all based in UK


I imagine most are....but who doesn't go abroad these days?....especially given the cheap holiday deals posted here....eg £100 odd for a week in Greece!!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text