VPN services are seeing a huge spike in usage as more and more people concern themselves with internet privacy. It’s probably time that you stop putting off prioritizing your privacy and invest in a VPN service. Many subscriptions can be kind of pricey, that’s why we are highlighting this deal from the XDA depot. This two year subscription for a Private Internet Access VPN is normally priced at $166, but you can get this package today for only $59.95.
“While many VPN providers say they do not log their users’ activities in order to protect anonymity, it’s not often their claims get tested in the wild. However, a criminal complaint filed by the FBI… notes that a subpoena sent to Private Internet Access resulted in no useful data being revealed about a suspected hoaxer, ”Torrent Freak
Private Internet Access provides more than 3, 310 servers in 25 countries & 31 regions. Use your VPN to bypass geographic restrictions and blocked websites. You can also use the unique MACE feature to block unwanted ad, trackers and malware. This subscription will protect up to five of your devices with unlimited bandwidth allowance.
- Prevents data mining so you can browse anonymously
- Blocks ads, trackers & malware w/ the new MACE feature
- Connects instantly w/ one-click installers
- Masks your location w/ IP cloaking
- Allows the use of 5 devices simultaneously w/ unlimited bandwidth
- Protects your identity w/ several layers of privacy
- Bypasses censorship filters so you are free from geographic restrictions
- Stops traffic w/ a kill switch if the VPN connection is unexpectedly terminated
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