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Windscribe VPN (100% Discount)
Windscribe VPN (100% Discount)

Follow these steps in order to claim your VPN:

Download the client for Windows here:
windscribe.com/ins…ows

Select "No" when asked if you have an account, create a new account instead.

Select "use for Free" and then "have a voucher"

the voucher is: 50GBFREE
activate this voucher before Nov 28th

Now you can enjoy 50GB of free VPN traffic

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Thanks give this a try

Thanks

Thanks op

Thanks

Am giving it a try, thanks OP

Nice

Netflix still playing hard to get though (obviously not Windscribe's fault)

Cheers, will give it a go
Edited by: "EngineRom" 20th Nov 2016

Fourteen eyes.

If you already have an account, open the 'your account' page and click 'Claim Voucher', then put in the 50GBFREE code. Reload the page and it should show you have 50GB free.

Thanks. Works on iOS and OSX too.

Worked a treat thanks op.

50GB per month or 50GB and then you have to buy subscription?
And there is no free version for android or dd-wrt router...
Edited by: "marek13" 20th Nov 2016

thanks

marek13

50GB per month or 50GB and then you have to buy subscription?And there is … 50GB per month or 50GB and then you have to buy subscription?And there is no free version for android or dd-wrt router...


If it's anything like the 10GB version I've used for a couple of months, it'll be 50GB per month for free.
I see what you mean about the router version; I'm not entirely surprised as the basic free account is 10GB, pretty generous when compared to the likes of TunnelBear (who are excellent, BTW!), etc. who will give you 500MB to 1GB for free, though some hoop-jumping might be required (TunnelBear will give you 1GB total free per month if you tweet, for example). Looks like their Android client is still under construction but will be free when it gets released. There was a deal for unlimited Windscribe access on StackSocial a little while back so it might be worth checking in with them to see if it comes back; they also usually have VPN offers running, but you'll need to do some research to see if the price outweighs any negative points to their current VPN provider offer(s). This site is useful, but don't use it as your only source of information! S/he is pretty thorough when testing them so it's always worth a read before committing your cash.

Edit - minor clarification
Edited by: "Outside" 20th Nov 2016

just signup on the site and apply code. I think this is 50Gb till you use it up. confirm your email for 10Gb/months free and you can tweet for more but doesnt work if you have applied the code

Downloaded it on my iPhone. Thanks OP

as there is no info on logs, I understand, that they keep logs. Bear that in mind.

Banned

stvoritel

as there is no info on logs, I understand, that they keep logs. Bear that … as there is no info on logs, I understand, that they keep logs. Bear that in mind.


Most of the VPN keep logs nowadays

stvoritel

as there is no info on logs, I understand, that they keep logs. Bear that … as there is no info on logs, I understand, that they keep logs. Bear that in mind.



When You Use Our Service
We store total amount of bandwidth your account has consumed in 1 month period, which is reset every month on the day of your registration. This is used to enforce free tier limitations as well as prevent abuse. We do not store historical usage. We do not store connection logs, IP timestamps, or sites you visit (we are firm believer that one's browsing history should be taken to one's grave).
When You Are Actively Connected to a Server
For the duration of your connection we store the following data in a temporary location: OpenVPN username, VPN server connected to, time of connection, amount of data transferred during the session. This data expires and is discarded within 3 minutes of session termination.
When You Leave
If for some strange reason you decide not to use our service anymore, the only piece of information that will remain is your username, password and email address (if you provided it). We periodically prune inactive accounts. You can request your account to be deleted by sending us a support ticket.
User Data Requests
Since we store the bare minimum for a customer to actually use our service, any request for user data would yield nothing of value. We do not store any logs on who used what IP address, so we cannot tie user activity to any single user.

we store the following data in a temporary location



Temporary or not, it is a log. Another western (Canada in this case), VPN provider that is claiming 'no logs' and then has answers on what they keep in logs they apparently don't have.

Same happened with Hide My Ass and their 'no log' service....and then handed all of the information over to the FBI.


Edited by: "nomnomnomnom" 22nd Nov 2016

Outside

StackSocial a little while back so it might be worth checking in with … StackSocial a little while back so it might be worth checking in with them to see if it comes back; they also usually have VPN offers running,



Thank you for pointing me there. It's much better offer for $19 for 1 year or $49 for lifetime. And 10% discount for e-mail subscription on top.

Android app coming Fall 2016...won't keep my hopes up

Looks kinda interesting ...

Good to have with the Snooper's Charter being pushed through by the Tories

nomnomnomnom

Temporary or not, it is a log. Another western (Canada in this case), VPN … Temporary or not, it is a log. Another western (Canada in this case), VPN provider that is claiming 'no logs' and then has answers on what they keep in logs they apparently don't have.Same happened with Private Internet Access and their 'no log' service....and then handed all of the information over to the FBI.


Stop spreading lies. PIA never gave anything to FBI.

Operating any service online, and I do mean ANY, without logs, is impossible, due to the nature of computers.

US Netflix does not work on US Central but works fine on the US East. Nice

Yegor

Stop spreading lies. PIA never gave anything to FBI.Operating any service … Stop spreading lies. PIA never gave anything to FBI.Operating any service online, and I do mean ANY, without logs, is impossible, due to the nature of computers.



You're right, sorry. It wasn't my intention to mislead.

It was 'Hide My Ass' that gave the FBI details. I mistyped as there has been so much talk of PIA on here. I've edited my post now to correct it.

But I agree with you for the most part: You can pipe to dev null most things, but something, somewhere will create traceable data. I do not subscribe to the idea of a 'no log' service, simply due to not being able to monitor the server it's been routed through and that it could be misconfigured.

This promo is actually still working. I just tried it (On Feb 19th 2017) and it applied the 50 GB of credit to my free account !! I think as long as you havent used it before its good.

it is still working 18.04
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