Ghacks Deals: Windscribe VPN Pro Lifetime subscription

Windscribe VPN is a highly rated virtual private network service provider that is available for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, Android and iOS operating systems, and as browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox and Opera.

Windscribe offers free and paid accounts. The paid account, called Windscribe Pro, allows you to run the VPN on an unlimited number of devices, and without any bandwidth restrictions. Windscribe supports P2P traffic, comes with OpenVPN configurations, adblock functionality, killswitch functionality, and does not store connection logs.

It is available for $7.50 per month if you pay yearly. Our deal gets you access to a lifetime Windscribe Pro account for $79. That's less than what you'd pay if you'd subscribe to the service on the company's own website.

If you don't want a lifetime account, you may subscribe to a three year or five year account instead for $29 or $39 respectively.

Click here to open the Windscribe Pro Lifetime offer on Ghacks Deals

Windscribe is much more than a VPN. It's a desktop application and browser extension that work in conjunction to protect your online privacy, unblock websites, and remove ads and trackers from your everyday browsing. With Windscribe, you'll never mess with confusing settings and options menus again; just turn it on on your desktop once, and it's good to go in the background forever.

  • Mask your physical location from 3rd parties w/ an encrypted tunnel
  • Access geo-locked content from anywhere
  • Avoid most ads while you're browsing
  • Torrent securely & share files w/o worrying about your ISP snooping on you
  • Use on all your devices simultaneously
  • Get protected by the top-notch firewall that protects you in case of connectivity loss
  • Leave no trace or logs while you browse

Tip: check out our review of Windscribe Free here.

 

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Responses to Ghacks Deals: Windscribe VPN Pro Lifetime subscription

  1. Mark Hazard April 11, 2017 at 2:56 pm #

    Can you use the deal on both Windows and Linux computers simultaneously?

    • Martin Brinkmann April 11, 2017 at 8:26 pm #

      Yes, you can run the VPN on multiple devices at the same time.

      • Mark Hazard April 11, 2017 at 9:01 pm #

        Thanks Martin.

  2. Luis Sandoz April 11, 2017 at 8:57 pm #

    It seems that Winscribe VPN, as well as many other VPNs, is based on US. Can we trust in their privacy claims?

  3. Luis Sandoz April 11, 2017 at 9:53 pm #

    That's good news!

  4. exrelayman April 11, 2017 at 10:51 pm #

    There are only 7 hours left as I write this. Wish I could have known a bit earlier. I took the deal. I have in the past used the vpn included in Opera and HotSpot. I only have a few hours using Windscribe, but I love it. Somehow Opera and Sandboxie don't work well together on my Lenovo, while the do work fine on my Dell (both windows 10). Opera's vpn would sometimes drop out. Windscribe has been rock solid and as easy to get started with as anyone could wish.

    Thanks for putting this deal together.

  5. Alex April 11, 2017 at 11:39 pm #

    I had Windscribe a few months ago but they kept blasting my email with newsletters and there was no way to unsubscribe. They ended up deleting my account as they couldn't unsubscribe me ;\

  6. greywolf27 April 12, 2017 at 5:20 am #

    Awesome deal Martin - thanks so much! I barely got in under the deadline. I've been using the free version for about a week or so and have been very pleased. Only issue I've been running into is the "allow LAN traffic when firewall is on" setting. I have Windscribe installed on two home machines. When both are running Windscribe with the same preferences, I can RDP to one machine (from work) but not the other. Shared disks between the two home systems also become unavailable. Likely because both machines get a DHCP address on the TAP-Windows Adapter that are not configured in my router. Anyone attempted to modify the adapter settings without breaking the VPN?

  7. D.C. April 12, 2017 at 6:51 am #

    They make it easy to configure VPN on DD-WRT routers as well... No need for additional browser extensions or apps when you're connected through your own router. I'm using their service through OpenVPN Android app when away from home. Thanks for sponsoring this deal, Martin. I'm sold.

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