Ghacks Deals: Windscribe VPN: Lifetime Pro Subscription (94% off)

Windscribe is a popular VPN provider that offers free and paid services. The free service is good for testing Windscribe, the Pro service to get the most out of it.

Windscribe Pro does not limit bandwidth, allows P2P traffic, does not log user activities, and may be used on any number of devices.

The service is available for the desktop operating systems Windows, Linux and Mac, as well as iOS and Android (coming soon).

This particular deal is for a lifetime subscription of the service. What's particularly great about the offer is that it is cheaper than a one-year regular subscription to the service. This is a promotional offer which won't last forever.

You can grab a lifetime Windscribe VPN Pro subscription for $49.99 (the regular price is $90 per year if billed yearly).

Click here to open the Windscribe VPN Pro 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
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Responses to Ghacks Deals: Windscribe VPN: Lifetime Pro Subscription (94% off)

  1. Anonymous July 11, 2017 at 1:56 pm #

    "does not log user activities" - This is misleading, you can't prove this, all you have to do is to trust their promise.

    • Martin Brinkmann July 11, 2017 at 2:17 pm #

      Well do you have proof that they do log?

      • Anonymous July 12, 2017 at 10:46 am #

        > Well do you have proof that they do log?

        No, and that does not negate the fact that there's no way for you, or me, to state whether they log or not. Please don't use sensationalist and unverifiable claims such as "does not log user activities" to mislead your readers Martin.

    • N00bman July 11, 2017 at 4:34 pm #

      As you have to for every VPN provider.

    • Giron July 12, 2017 at 7:10 am #

      I can't be sure either way, but here's a link you might be interested in:

  2. Rourke@* July 11, 2017 at 4:52 pm #

    ["Well do you have proof that they do log?"]

    ... no, it's merely suspicion by him (I assume)

    I installed the free Windscribe version recently to evaluate it. Seems to work OK, but I have an uneasy feeling that free VPN's are not really protecting my privacy... and somehow exploiting me for profit.
    (...I don't 100% trust paid, well-known VPN's either)

    Skimming the many internet discussions on VPN's -- common advice is to avoid "free" or almost free VPN's .... because they are always quietly selling various aspects of your internet activity/data.

    VPN's are not charities -- so a reasonable assumption is that they make money somehow.

    Windscribe pesters me a bit by email... pushing me to use their free service that I signed up for. Why is Windscribe so eager for me to use their free service on a continued basis ??

    • Zaphain July 11, 2017 at 10:48 pm #

      I bought a 3 year subscribtion using ghacks deals back in april and I've only seen one promotional email sent to me afterwards. Perhaps you get bugged to use it if you have a free account so you might eventually pay for it? You can also delete your email from the service entirely and I wouldn't think you'd get emails then.

    • MdN July 12, 2017 at 3:23 pm #

      I'm using the free 50 GB offer with the Windscribe add-on for Firefox (the only one that doesn't support multiprocess, though) as it's not available as a free promotion for Linux. All this time I only got 2 or 3 promotional emails asking me to upgrade, and an email every time my 50 GB got renewed. That's all. I don't even spend the whole 50 GB or use Firefox every day, but they aren't bugging me.

  3. Ariel July 11, 2017 at 9:50 pm #

    "Windscribe so eager for me to use their free service "
    Me too. Log my missing usage and bother me.
    Just jilt them for that.

  4. walter July 12, 2017 at 3:50 pm #

    if you can live with dial-up connection speeds its great if you want your paid for bandwidth try a real vpn IPVANISH just look for deal

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