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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Found 13th Jan
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 TorGuard50
  • the discount applies to all VPN subscriptions and Proxy services

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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The GL-MT300N V2 router (£20 on Amazon UK) is pretty useful when traveling or even to separate your home network or do other fun things (e.g. have a separate VPN tunnel via a different access point). It uses OpenWRT and is thus rather customisable. Be aware, though, that if you use the OpenVPN client, throughput will be limited as the CPU is not that fast. For most casual use this should not be an issue, though.

Torguard, however, is not a particularly wise VPN choice for privacy. It's located in the US and... well, here I can already stop. If this is not a good enough reason for you to avoid them, you probably do not require a VPN (for privacy reasons).

Regarding location of providers: privacytools.io/

VPN advice: thatoneprivacysite.net/

Suggested VPN list: privacytools.io/

I've used AirVPN, Mullvad and ExpressVPN myself and never had any issues. The former two have their own servers while the latter (and most others, especially the popular ones on this site such as Nord VPN) uses virtual servers. Technically, this is less secure, but the primary concern is where a VPN is located and whether you "trust" the company to not log anything relevant.
Edited by: "hindsight1" 13th Jan
iangriffo197658 m ago

Why would anybody need all this security unless they work for MI5 or are …Why would anybody need all this security unless they work for MI5 or are looking at things that would land them with a hefty prison sentence?



Perhaps because you believe in the right for privacy of your private life, perhaps you do not want your internet provider and government to know everything you do online, perhaps you want to remain a little bit more anonymous on the internet. Or perhaps you simply want to reduce the chance of being scammed/pished/hacked online.

For the vast majority of us, data/online privacy is not a matter of hiding illegal activity, but to not be fully transparent online. The amount of data that is being collected about you, and how your life can be reconstructed in detail today already, goes far beyond what would be legal or be morally acceptable in your offline life. Why accept it for your online life?

PS: There's more important aspects to keeping a low profile online than using a VPN - but it is one important component.
Edited by: "hindsight1" 13th Jan
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I have another vpn provider also.this looks interesting thanks for sharing
The GL-MT300N V2 router (£20 on Amazon UK) is pretty useful when traveling or even to separate your home network or do other fun things (e.g. have a separate VPN tunnel via a different access point). It uses OpenWRT and is thus rather customisable. Be aware, though, that if you use the OpenVPN client, throughput will be limited as the CPU is not that fast. For most casual use this should not be an issue, though.

Torguard, however, is not a particularly wise VPN choice for privacy. It's located in the US and... well, here I can already stop. If this is not a good enough reason for you to avoid them, you probably do not require a VPN (for privacy reasons).

Regarding location of providers: privacytools.io/

VPN advice: thatoneprivacysite.net/

Suggested VPN list: privacytools.io/

I've used AirVPN, Mullvad and ExpressVPN myself and never had any issues. The former two have their own servers while the latter (and most others, especially the popular ones on this site such as Nord VPN) uses virtual servers. Technically, this is less secure, but the primary concern is where a VPN is located and whether you "trust" the company to not log anything relevant.
Edited by: "hindsight1" 13th Jan
Why would anybody need all this security unless they work for MI5 or are looking at things that would land them with a hefty prison sentence?
iangriffo197658 m ago

Why would anybody need all this security unless they work for MI5 or are …Why would anybody need all this security unless they work for MI5 or are looking at things that would land them with a hefty prison sentence?



Perhaps because you believe in the right for privacy of your private life, perhaps you do not want your internet provider and government to know everything you do online, perhaps you want to remain a little bit more anonymous on the internet. Or perhaps you simply want to reduce the chance of being scammed/pished/hacked online.

For the vast majority of us, data/online privacy is not a matter of hiding illegal activity, but to not be fully transparent online. The amount of data that is being collected about you, and how your life can be reconstructed in detail today already, goes far beyond what would be legal or be morally acceptable in your offline life. Why accept it for your online life?

PS: There's more important aspects to keeping a low profile online than using a VPN - but it is one important component.
Edited by: "hindsight1" 13th Jan
iangriffo19761 h, 7 m ago

Why would anybody need all this security unless they work for MI5 or are …Why would anybody need all this security unless they work for MI5 or are looking at things that would land them with a hefty prison sentence?


Probably looks nice next to the tin foil hat.
hindsight11 h, 39 m ago

The GL-MT300N V2 router (£20 on Amazon UK) is pretty useful when traveling …The GL-MT300N V2 router (£20 on Amazon UK) is pretty useful when traveling or even to separate your home network or do other fun things (e.g. have a separate VPN tunnel via a different access point). It uses OpenWRT and is thus rather customisable. Be aware, though, that if you use the OpenVPN client, throughput will be limited as the CPU is not that fast. For most casual use this should not be an issue, though.Torguard, however, is not a particularly wise VPN choice for privacy. It's located in the US and... well, here I can already stop. If this is not a good enough reason for you to avoid them, you probably do not require a VPN (for privacy reasons).Regarding location of providers: https://www.privacytools.io/#ukusaVPN advice: https://thatoneprivacysite.net/Suggested VPN list: https://www.privacytools.io/#vpnI've used AirVPN, Mullvad and ExpressVPN myself and never had any issues. The former two have their own servers while the latter (and most others, especially the popular ones on this site such as Nord VPN) uses virtual servers. Technically, this is less secure, but the primary concern is where a VPN is located and whether you "trust" the company to not log anything relevant.


Will this work with Virgin media standard router? I mean Virgin router will need to be configured as modem only and then this little router connected to modem. Is this possible with Virgin router? Cheers
adi2323232319 m ago

Will this work with Virgin media standard router? I mean Virgin router …Will this work with Virgin media standard router? I mean Virgin router will need to be configured as modem only and then this little router connected to modem. Is this possible with Virgin router? Cheers


Yes will work the way you described.
iangriffo19769 h, 32 m ago

Why would anybody need all this security unless they work for MI5 or are …Why would anybody need all this security unless they work for MI5 or are looking at things that would land them with a hefty prison sentence?


Jeez, there's always some clueless person that speaks before researching a single thing. Gets taught, forgets or sticks to his belief regardless what was taught.

On a extremely basic level, a lot of websites are also blocked if accessing abroad. Eg. BBC iplayer
Edited by: "captainjack" 13th Jan
Clueless, that's why I ran my own Or sales and support for 7 years. I know what you can or can't do, when I'm abroad i don't want to watch EastEnders pal
hindsight13 h, 21 m ago

Perhaps because you believe in the right for privacy of your private life, …Perhaps because you believe in the right for privacy of your private life, perhaps you do not want your internet provider and government to know everything you do online, perhaps you want to remain a little bit more anonymous on the internet. Or perhaps you simply want to reduce the chance of being scammed/pished/hacked online.For the vast majority of us, data/online privacy is not a matter of hiding illegal activity, but to not be fully transparent online. The amount of data that is being collected about you, and how your life can be reconstructed in detail today already, goes far beyond what would be legal or be morally acceptable in your offline life. Why accept it for your online life?PS: There's more important aspects to keeping a low profile online than using a VPN - but it is one important component.


Very well said. Totally agree.
I’m currently using NordVPN. Located in Panama. Don’t log usage etc.
What’s your recommended VPN ??
Edited by: "steve765" 13th Jan
iangriffo19762 h, 26 m ago

Clueless, that's why I ran my own Or sales and support for 7 years. I …Clueless, that's why I ran my own Or sales and support for 7 years. I know what you can or can't do, when I'm abroad i don't want to watch EastEnders pal



That's like saying that someone with work experience in a field must automatically also have a good understanding of such field. How silly.
steve7651 h, 21 m ago

Very well said. Totally agree.I’m currently using NordVPN. Located in P …Very well said. Totally agree.I’m currently using NordVPN. Located in Panama. Don’t log usage etc. What’s your recommended VPN ??



This depends on your personal threat model, but in general terms, any service that is not based in the US, UK (or, to a lesser extent, 5/14 eyes country) and does not have a long list of complaints or a history of forwarding data. If you want stronger protection, go with popular providers used in countries with threatening surveillance regimes. A quick Goo.., err, DuckDuckGo search should give you some ideas.

This list ( privacytools.io/ ) provides several options.

Personally, I primarily use AirVPN at the moment - simply because I got a good offer on Cyber Monday and like their stance on security (e.g. by being wary of Wireguard as an OpenVPN alternative. Other VPN providers already offer Wireguard despite of it still basically being in an alpha phase and no extensive independent security audit has been done on it so far).
hindsight142 m ago

This depends on your personal threat model, but in general terms, any …This depends on your personal threat model, but in general terms, any service that is not based in the US, UK (or, to a lesser extent, 5/14 eyes country) and does not have a long list of complaints or a history of forwarding data. If you want stronger protection, go with popular providers used in countries with threatening surveillance regimes. A quick Goo.., err, DuckDuckGo search should give you some ideas.This list ( https://www.privacytools.io/#vpn ) provides several options.Personally, I primarily use AirVPN at the moment - simply because I got a good offer on Cyber Monday and like their stance on security (e.g. by being wary of Wireguard as an OpenVPN alternative. Other VPN providers already offer Wireguard despite of it still basically being in an alpha phase and no extensive independent security audit has been done on it so far).


Cheers.
As said I’m currently using NordVPN on their 3 year deal. Only downside I have with them is they aren’t the fastest for downloading. They are also getting more popular recently so likely(possibly) to get blocked/targeted by more lawsuits etc.
Haven’t tried any other VPN to date so nothing really to compare with.
Edited by: "steve765" 13th Jan
What does this do please can someone explain what I do with a vpn,?
iangriffo19766 h, 50 m ago

Clueless, that's why I ran my own Or sales and support for 7 years. I …Clueless, that's why I ran my own Or sales and support for 7 years. I know what you can or can't do, when I'm abroad i don't want to watch EastEnders pal


Congrats to you. So because you may be skilled and/or knowledgeable in 1 field that means you know everything? I'm clueless ABT rocket science and not afraid to admit it so slow your horses you plonker!

Lots of shows on BBC iPlayer and that was an example. It counts for a lot of media sites or just subscription to sites in different.countries to get the same service by the same company in the UK a lot cheaper!

This is where I call you a plonker again - from the classic Only Fools & Horses which was on the BBC.

The point is VPN is not just ABT using for some nefarious purposes that ppl like you think and spout
iknowwhere2look1 h, 29 m ago

What does this do please can someone explain what I do with a vpn,?


U put it in the fridge
When writing in capital letters try and spell correctly, I assume your clueless on the English dictionary also. Goodnight sunshine go and take a few evening classes.
captainjack55 m ago

U put it in the fridge


Oh along with your virginity okay
Can I use this seperately to connect to USA netflix via VPN on my Home network?
hindsight113th Jan

The GL-MT300N V2 router (£20 on Amazon UK) is pretty useful when traveling …The GL-MT300N V2 router (£20 on Amazon UK) is pretty useful when traveling or even to separate your home network or do other fun things (e.g. have a separate VPN tunnel via a different access point). It uses OpenWRT and is thus rather customisable. Be aware, though, that if you use the OpenVPN client, throughput will be limited as the CPU is not that fast. For most casual use this should not be an issue, though.Torguard, however, is not a particularly wise VPN choice for privacy. It's located in the US and... well, here I can already stop. If this is not a good enough reason for you to avoid them, you probably do not require a VPN (for privacy reasons).Regarding location of providers: https://www.privacytools.io/#ukusaVPN advice: https://thatoneprivacysite.net/Suggested VPN list: https://www.privacytools.io/#vpnI've used AirVPN, Mullvad and ExpressVPN myself and never had any issues. The former two have their own servers while the latter (and most others, especially the popular ones on this site such as Nord VPN) uses virtual servers. Technically, this is less secure, but the primary concern is where a VPN is located and whether you "trust" the company to not log anything relevant.


Can I use this seperately to connect to USA netflix via VPN on my Home network? or to go for the GL-AR750 for 5GH?
Is TorGuard any good for torrenting ?
iangriffo197613th Jan

When writing in capital letters try and spell correctly, I assume your …When writing in capital letters try and spell correctly, I assume your clueless on the English dictionary also. Goodnight sunshine go and take a few evening classes.


You're not your. Maybe you're the one who needs evening classes. Please be polite and respect the OP.
How to add free mini VPN router to basket? Only shows bi-annually supscription with discount.
hindsight113th Jan

The GL-MT300N V2 router (£20 on Amazon UK) is pretty useful when traveling …The GL-MT300N V2 router (£20 on Amazon UK) is pretty useful when traveling or even to separate your home network or do other fun things (e.g. have a separate VPN tunnel via a different access point). It uses OpenWRT and is thus rather customisable. Be aware, though, that if you use the OpenVPN client, throughput will be limited as the CPU is not that fast. For most casual use this should not be an issue, though.Torguard, however, is not a particularly wise VPN choice for privacy. It's located in the US and... well, here I can already stop. If this is not a good enough reason for you to avoid them, you probably do not require a VPN (for privacy reasons).Regarding location of providers: https://www.privacytools.io/#ukusaVPN advice: https://thatoneprivacysite.net/Suggested VPN list: https://www.privacytools.io/#vpnI've used AirVPN, Mullvad and ExpressVPN myself and never had any issues. The former two have their own servers while the latter (and most others, especially the popular ones on this site such as Nord VPN) uses virtual servers. Technically, this is less secure, but the primary concern is where a VPN is located and whether you "trust" the company to not log anything relevant.


I personally don't worry about my identity with Torguard. They're pretty transparent about what data they store and it's not enough to identify individuals, especially since you share an IP address with multiple users.

Q. Do you keep ANY logs which would allow you to match an IP-address and a time-stamp to a user of your service? If so, what information and for how long?

A. No logs or time stamps are kept whatsoever. TorGuard does not store any traffic logs or user session data on our network. In addition to a strict no logging policy we run a shared IP configuration across all servers. Because there are no logs kept with multiple users sharing a single IP address, it is not possible to match a user with an IP and time stamp.

vpnmentor.com/rev…pn:
"In their policy, the company clearly states that "TorGuard collects personally identifiable information from Users through online forms for ordering products and services. [Torguard] may also collect information about how Users use [the] Web site, for example, by tracking the number of unique views received by the pages of the website or the domains from which Users originate."

The gathered information, as per the privacy policy, is not enough to give away your online identity and activities."
pranky28th Jan

Is TorGuard any good for torrenting ?


Yes, very good!
Just to add to this, existing customers can claim the router if they renew for two years. I've just spoken to their support and they're sending the router to me. I've been with Torguard for the past year, and I share my account with a couple of other people. Never had any problems and speeds have always been very good. Definitely recommend them!
MisterMadHatter31st Jan

Just to add to this, existing customers can claim the router if they renew …Just to add to this, existing customers can claim the router if they renew for two years. I've just spoken to their support and they're sending the router to me. I've been with Torguard for the past year, and I share my account with a couple of other people. Never had any problems and speeds have always been very good. Definitely recommend them!


did you have to pay for the postage to UK? they told me to $10 flat rate to post it to UK.
mannikz3 h, 52 m ago

did you have to pay for the postage to UK? they told me to $10 flat rate …did you have to pay for the postage to UK? they told me to $10 flat rate to post it to UK.


Yeah, it was $10. Not a bad price considering they're £20 on Amazon and the reviews are good
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