VPN Unlimited Lifetime subscription for $29 (£23.15) @ Android Central
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VPN Unlimited Lifetime subscription for $29 (£23.15) @ Android Central

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Found 16th Apr 2017
When looking for deals I came across this deal for unlimited VPN access for lifetime. Protect your privacy with this VPN service.

I've had a look on the internet and it gets really good reviews.

With their military grade encryption software for Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS your entire communication on the Internet is end to end secured and protected. Don’t let anyone (including your ISP or the government) monitor, target or even sell your internet activity and enjoy the benefits of unlocking geo-restrictions from content providers such as Netflix, Youtube, and many others with unlimited access to any of 15 VPN nodes spread across the globe.

Featured in Engadget, CNET, Techradar, MakeUseOf, Techspot, Geekwire, Top10BestVPN, VPNMentor, and The Next Web
4.7/5 Stars, Verified Reviews

Provides military grade encryption & privacy protection for all of your devices & gadgets
Maintains high connection speeds thanks to low latency servers w/ up to 10Gbps connectivity
Features native apps for Windows, Mac, Android, & iOS
Includes 15 VPN nodes across 11 countries
Gives you the freedom of protocol choice, including OpenVPN, L2TP, IPSec, & PPTP
Shields you from other VPN users w/ a NAT Firewall
Offers maximum security due to shared IPs (IP-Mashing)

Details & Requirements

Updates included
TigerVPN offers you lifetime access to 15 nodes. Here's the complete list of nodes you can connect to: NL - Amsterdam US - Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, New York RO - Bucharest NO- Oslo DE - Frankfurt UK - London ES - Madrid CA - Montreal, Toronto AT - Vienna CH - Zurich FR- Paris
2 active connections allowed at any given moment
Use of torrents permitted
Protocols: OpenVPN, IPSec L2TP, PPTP
Unlimited speed
Unlimited data
Priority support
Gigabit network

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    You can signup for Windscribe free vpn service then use the Promo code '50GBFREE' to get 50gb free per month indefinitely.
    164 Comments
    Any experts on here......doesn`t this mean the people running the service can see what you type in? Can`t help feel that leave s you open to giving away personal details?
    Original Poster
    As it offers end to end encryption that shouldn't be possible, but I'm no expert.
    How many simultaneous connections does this offer? Looking to put a VPN on 4 firesticks. My router doesn't support vpn which is a shame
    Edited by: "mike1212" 16th Apr 2017
    Original Poster
    According to the website "2 active connections allowed at any given moment"
    mike1212

    How many connections does this offer?


    2 at same time
    Get opera browser and get their vpn service for free or buy kaspersky and get theirs free.
    How old is TigerVPN?

    Is the company likely to last my lifetime or will it go pop anytime soon?
    Keith9534

    Any experts on here......doesn`t this mean the people running the service … Any experts on here......doesn`t this mean the people running the service can see what you type in? Can`t help feel that leave s you open to giving away personal details?


    I think you also need to know what country it is based in and if they keep usage logs.
    CaptainSocks

    How old is TigerVPN?Is the company likely to last my lifetime or will it … How old is TigerVPN?Is the company likely to last my lifetime or will it go pop anytime soon?



    For that matter, it's possible anyone of us could go pop anytime soon. Just saying!
    Edited by: "Magister" 16th Apr 2017
    I got a VPN Secure lifetime one, however it was 20 years but still a good service!
    Magister

    For that matter, it's possible anyone of us could go pop anytime soon. … For that matter, it's possible anyone of us could go pop anytime soon. Just saying!


    True!

    It's just I've been on here long enough to see various companies fold pretty quickly after amazing offers.

    Dialaphone, loads of those free Sim card companies, etc etc.

    I suppose I'm just very wary of offers like this.
    happymanuk

    They look to have been running for around 6 years. No way of knowing how … They look to have been running for around 6 years. No way of knowing how long they will be in business but at £20 it was worth the gamble for me.


    I just entered the license code but where is the software if you've got this far please
    Original Poster
    Typey1

    I just entered the license code but where is the software if you've got … I just entered the license code but where is the software if you've got this far please



    tigervpn.com/dow…oad
    monitor1

    Get opera browser and get their vpn service for free or buy kaspersky and … Get opera browser and get their vpn service for free or buy kaspersky and get theirs free.



    Good point about Opera, but I didn't think Kaspersky includes VPN? What product? Link?
    what's wrong with zenmate? it's free and fast. never had a problem with them.
    Original Poster
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    MarkShopper

    Good point about Opera, but I didn't think Kaspersky includes VPN? What … Good point about Opera, but I didn't think Kaspersky includes VPN? What product? Link?



    For 2017. Kaspersky has added a virtual private network (VPN) service to Internet Security and Total Security. It lets you use up to 200MB of data daily; an unlimited plan costs $25 a year and lets you use 20 connection locations worldwide, from Canada to the Czech Republic.
    scottishpunter

    For 2017. Kaspersky has added a virtual private network (VPN) service to … For 2017. Kaspersky has added a virtual private network (VPN) service to Internet Security and Total Security. It lets you use up to 200MB of data daily; an unlimited plan costs $25 a year and lets you use 20 connection locations worldwide, from Canada to the Czech Republic.



    From C to C!
    mike1212

    How many simultaneous connections does this offer? Looking to put a VPN … How many simultaneous connections does this offer? Looking to put a VPN on 4 firesticks. My router doesn't support vpn which is a shame



    Can you not just put a VPN on your main PC and that will then VPN the firesticks? Do The firesticks themselves have to have the VPN installed on them. I have 4 FS too.
    clnsndrs

    Can you not just put a VPN on your main PC and that will then VPN the … Can you not just put a VPN on your main PC and that will then VPN the firesticks? Do The firesticks themselves have to have the VPN installed on them. I have 4 FS too.



    You need to use a router and set vpn settings in it to protect everything. Other than that each device will need the software
    clnsndrs

    Can you not just put a VPN on your main PC and that will then VPN the … Can you not just put a VPN on your main PC and that will then VPN the firesticks? Do The firesticks themselves have to have the VPN installed on them. I have 4 FS too.


    I don't believe it's possible to run a vpn natively on a fire stick with its locked down version of Android. You'd have to enable the VPN at the router as had been mentioned and connect the fire sticks to that.

    Plenty of routers about that support ddwrt or Tomato firmware which can both handle openvpn
    Edited by: "Noeldude" 16th Apr 2017
    Noeldude

    I don't believe it's possible to run a vpn natively on a fire stick with … I don't believe it's possible to run a vpn natively on a fire stick with it's locked down version of Android. You'd have to enable the VPN at the router as had been mentioned and connect the fire sticks to that. Plenty of routers about that support ddwrt or Tomato firmware which can both handle openvpn


    I think that's correct for the fire stick but it can be run on the fire tv box

    I'm sure you're right mate. Don't have a fire TV. Much easier anyway to set the VPN at router level then forget about it rather than messing about with clients on every device on the network.
    Edited by: "Noeldude" 16th Apr 2017
    Noeldude

    I don't believe it's possible to run a vpn natively on a fire stick with … I don't believe it's possible to run a vpn natively on a fire stick with its locked down version of Android. You'd have to enable the VPN at the router as had been mentioned and connect the fire sticks to that. Plenty of routers about that support ddwrt or Tomato firmware which can both handle openvpn



    You can on a 2nd gen firestick.
    nublets2k

    You can on a 2nd gen firestick.



    I think i have 4 2nd gen FS, does this mean i could get this deal and add this to them?

    play.google.com/sto…vpn
    clnsndrs

    Can you not just put a VPN on your main PC and that will then VPN the … Can you not just put a VPN on your main PC and that will then VPN the firesticks? Do The firesticks themselves have to have the VPN installed on them. I have 4 FS too.



    Yes, if you are on Windows 10 (with the Anniversary update or the new/upcoming Creator update) without needing additional software, by using your laptop (configured with VPN) e.g. as a wifi hotspot. It will tied up the pc of course, but pc's can generally deliver faster VPN streams, than typical routers, because they have considerably more powerful cpu's for AES encryption.

    Indeed a typical way to "bypass" the "number of device" limit is to implement VPN on a router which can serve a number/variety of devices. But you might not be able to stream multiple HD content concurrently, unless the raw feed from your ISP is fast enough and the router (configured for VPN) is powerful enough. Not all routers can be (easily) configured for VPN.
    Can I watch geo blocked content ( e.g. Indian TV) in the U.K. with this?
    Original Poster
    Yes, their website specifically says:

    Unlock geo restrictions and website filters

    Kiss censorship and restrictions goodbye and access any website on the planet. Watch online content, play games, listen to music or upload tons of pictures on social media.
    malwi

    Can I watch geo blocked content ( e.g. Indian TV) in the U.K. with this?



    Yes, but not for Indian TV.
    happymanuk

    According to the website "2 active connections allowed at any given … According to the website "2 active connections allowed at any given moment"



    Really? According to Tiger's website, their service is from 64 locations in 43 countries, yet this offer (with no mention in Tiger's website) is limited to "15 nodes in 11 countries". Also the description within the androidcentral link makes no mention of number of active sessions afaict, while the one (for identical price) at stacksocial does, and it is ONE!

    I personally wouldn't jump into it without knowing more. There is nothing more frustrating than a stuttering media stream.
    Original Poster
    Has the following listed for the deal:

    Details & Requirements

    Updates included
    TigerVPN offers you lifetime access to 15 nodes. Here's the complete list of nodes you can connect to: NL - Amsterdam US - Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, New York RO - Bucharest NO- Oslo DE - Frankfurt UK - London ES - Madrid CA - Montreal, Toronto AT - Vienna CH - Zurich FR- Paris
    2 active connections allowed at any given moment
    Use of torrents permitted
    Protocols: OpenVPN, IPSec L2TP, PPTP
    Unlimited speed
    Unlimited data
    Priority support
    Gigabit network
    sammboy

    what's wrong with zenmate? it's free and fast. never had a problem with … what's wrong with zenmate? it's free and fast. never had a problem with them.




    Free ?
    Has anyone actually signed up for this VPN, and if so what difference has it made to your download speed when switched on?
    scottishpunter

    Has anyone actually signed up for this VPN, and if so what difference has … Has anyone actually signed up for this VPN, and if so what difference has it made to your download speed when switched on?



    Second this.

    Also I use my mobileandroid phone to tether from my mobile connection to PC and tablet. Will this suit my purposes?
    ZenMate for chrome is free
    is there a VPN add on for firefox?
    Can we edit the title to say TigerVPN? Only there is also a VPN called VPN Unlimited on a similar deal (a little more expensive at $39 but use on up to five devices simultaneously, or $45 for up to ten devices) over at StackSocial.
    Edited by: "nige182" 16th Apr 2017
    learning loads about VPN's on this thread, keep the tips coming please
    Banned
    got this vpn this morning and so far been using the london Vpn, the connection is quite fast :P
    so can this be set at a router?

    If set on a PC, must it be set by running an app, or can you simply enter your proxy info into IE etc settings?
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