Today's featured deal is a lifetime subscription for the VPN service VPNSecure. It is available for $39.99 instead of the regular price of $450 for a limited time only and gives you lifetime access to the service. That's about $3 per month for the first year and then free from then on out.
VPNSecure promises that it does not log activity and does not limit the bandwidth of users. It supports torrents, and maintains servers in more than 46 different countries.
The software is available for Windows, Linux and Mac, and Android and iOS, and the package includes HTTP Proxy and Smart DNS solutions on top of that.
The service has been criticized for its support in the past, and it is based in Australia, one of the Five Eyes countries.
Internet threats are a real thing - and surfing the Web on a public connection can result in your personal data falling into the wrong hands. This deal offers you a lifetime of protection so you can explore the Internet worry-free. With the Smart DNS component, you can even bypass those annoying geographical restrictions that block Hulu, and more abroad. Plus, unlike other VPN services that claim to not log your activity, VPNSecure proudly assures that ZERO logs are recorded. Get VPNSecure, and you'll get a cross-platform VPN service you can trust.
Allows you to bypass geolocation blocks on your favorite streaming networks
Encrypts your traffic so hackers can't access your data
Hides your location & IP address
Allows you to connect five devices simultaneously
Grants you the ability to choose Data Cipher
Uses Stealth VPN to render your VPN traffic unrecognizable
Delivers unlimited bandwidth
Does not keep any logs of your activity
Includes servers in 46+ countries & counting
Protects against DNS leak fixes, kill switches & more
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