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Daily Deal: Windscribe VPN

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Windscribe VPN is a VPN desktop application and browser extension that work together to protect your online privacy, unblock websites, and remove ads and trackers that follow you across the websites you visit every day. There are 4 subscription lengths of access with unlimited data available for an unlimited number of devices: $19 for 1 year, $29 for 3 years, and $69 for lifetime access. Windscribe's privacy policy can be found here for more information.

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  • identicon
    Smartassicus the Roman, 10 Jan 2019 @ 7:18pm

    Justa Thought I Thunk

    Never trust a VPN you don't own and operate yourself. If you need a VPN, you need to run your own. $5 a month is all I'm paying for mine and I control everything.

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    • identicon
      DoctorMckay, 11 Jan 2019 @ 2:45am

      Re: Justa Thought I Thunk

      That depends on how you could set one up.

      A home VPN, with physical access to it, is restricted by your upload speeds and your geographical location.

      Now, if you set it up on a server you are renting in a country like, lets say Switzerland, yeah, it will be far better than a hireable VPN.

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  • identicon
    Patrick Smith, 13 Jan 2019 @ 10:52am

    Digital Agency

    I think that it is impossible to speak so categorically. It depends on the region and the company that provides the services. Now VPN is a necessity for some people and this is normal. This is a product and there is a demand for it. Now there are many news agencies that provide these services. The Internet is also full of offers. I think everyone chooses what he needs! Personally, I prefer to use the services of news agencies. I am so more confident that everything will be of high quality. From the last I stopped at https://www.b-works.io/.

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  • identicon
    Mike, 15 Jan 2019 @ 5:33pm

    Is it as fast as ExpressVPN?

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