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What is the best VPN out there?

Apr 30, 2018 1:08AM PDT

Hello. I've learned about ISP's tracking user data and selling it to marketers. I don't want to be easy money for them so I've decided to get a VPN, extra security never hurts too I guess. So far I am choosing between NordVPN and StrongVPN. Any thoughts?

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I am using NordVPN
Apr 30, 2018 2:17AM PDT

Hi. I was in a similar situation as you, though I wanted more security while connecting to public Wi-Fi's. I did my research and found NordVPN to tick all the boxes I need. I am using it for several months now and even though it was a bit of trouble setting it up on Linux, because they don't have a native app, the speeds are surprisingly good. Anyway, I used this coupon code (GIFT75) a while back, just entered directly into https://nordvpn.com/, and for 3 bucks a month I think it is a really good deal. Maybe it still works.

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Thanks for info
May 3, 2018 1:03AM PDT

Thanks, I've decided to give Nord a try. I'm into my free trial right now -- so far so good. Happy

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Apr 30, 2018 1:51AM PDT
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Anything else as a requirement?
Apr 30, 2018 8:29AM PDT
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Nord VPN is the best! maybe)
May 1, 2018 4:43AM PDT

I use Nord VPN for torrenting for almost a year. And there are no copyright claims from my ISP (if you know what I mean Wink
Also, it keeps no logs and located in Panama which has very loyal legislation. And the price is ok (I've bought the 2-year subscription for the price of dinner). Here is the review https://10best-vpn.com/reviews/nord-vpn

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There are 3 other VPNs
May 1, 2018 7:44AM PDT

With double hop and no logs. To avoid being called a spammer for Nord, be sure to mention them at times.

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Why not Ivacy?
Aug 10, 2018 8:30AM PDT

I have been using it for some time now and no problems what so ever. It is robust, secure, it doesn't keep logs and most importantly it offers a 30-days money back guarantee.

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Avast VPN Free
Aug 14, 2018 4:07AM PDT

Hi All,

There are lists of VPN out there but it depends which one is perfect and user-friendly.
I have been using Avast SecureLine VPN for quite long time, previously I was using the trial version of Avast SecureLine VPN https://www.avast.com/en-us/secureline-vpn#pc
But Now I have purchased it for my multiple devices for my premises. It has better plans for the multi-device, one can use them on any devices like PC, Mobile, Android, IOS

In case you guys need any help or if want to know more details about it. Simple ping me back.

Thanks:
Steve Johnson

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Proven working VPN - Personally tried and still using...
Feb 22, 2019 6:14AM PST

I am using torguard !
Skeptical at first but their awesome customer service made me purchase the VPN and the dedicated New York IP. Found a lifetime promo code.

I am paying per month $8. Truly worth it. The speed is amazing and above all, consistent. NO DC!

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