Daily Deal: PureVPN Subscription

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Stories develop almost daily that remind us about the importance of protecting our privacy on the internet. For $69, you can buy a little more peace of mind with a subscription to PureVPN. The subscription gives you access to over 550 servers in 141 countries and includes updates to the system. Use it to ensure a safer connection over public WiFi. You can use it on up to 5 devices (including routers, gaming consoles and more) at the same time and take advantage of the unlimited bandwidth. PureVPN does not log your data according to their privacy policy.


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    Violated (profile), 8 Nov 2016 @ 7:25am

    Their lifetime feature is weird when members need to renew this every 5 years manually for free.

    It seems better to me had they gave each user 5 years since last log-on before suspension, under the theory they could be dead, before manual reactivation if they are not.

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