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Ghacks Deals: NordVPN: 2-Yr Subscription (66% off)

All VPN Providers seem to become more active during the Holiday season. After highlighting a Private Internet Access deal last week, it is time to highlight yet another deal of a highly respected VPN company.

You can grab a 2-year or 1-year NordVPN subscription for $95.75 or $60 respectively, a big discount of 66% and 79% over the retail price.

While that may sound like much, the price of the 2-year subscription comes down to just $4 per month over the subscription period.

NordVPN ticks all the right boxes: servers in 61 countries, unlimited data, up to six devices that you may use at the same time, a strict no logging policy, P2P support, and extra features such as double-VPN connections that chain servers.

Click here to open the NordVPN deal on Ghacks Deals

Not for you?

If this particular offer is not for you, you may want to check out other VPN Deals (with huge discounts, e.g. starting at $19.99 for a lifetime deal) on Ghacks Deals.

Fine print: make sure that you check out the specs and terms of the deal.

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Ghacks Technology News benefits from sales made on the Ghacks Deals website through a revenue share agreement. All revenue goes towards the running costs.

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Comments

  1. Hillster said on November 8, 2018 at 6:10 pm
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    Does anybody have used this vpn before and how does it perform ?

    1. Martin Brinkmann said on November 8, 2018 at 6:11 pm
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      I use it regularly and it works well. I get max speed and can’t complain. But you may want to hear the opinion of others as well.

    2. DrKnow said on November 8, 2018 at 6:29 pm
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      I use it too and it performs very well with a huge number of servers and locations.

      You can get a ‘free’ trial. It used to be 3 days with just an email address to confirm. Now they give 7 days but require details of a payment provider eg pay pal or CC and take charge a small amount to it to confirm.

      The software they provide is very well put together if you don’t want to configure things yourself.

    3. ShintoPlasm said on November 8, 2018 at 11:24 pm
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      Generally works well for me, no complaints.

  2. Hawk said on November 8, 2018 at 6:19 pm
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    I’ll wait for a lifetime subscription.

  3. stefann said on November 8, 2018 at 10:40 pm
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    Martin, why do You continue to push for VPN when it was hacked a decade or more ago by NSA (confirmed as well) ? I understand You have partners, but isn’t it stupid to push for something that is known to be as unsafe as without a VPN ?

    (At the moment i am logged in – still i have to type username and email address.)

    1. DrKnow said on November 9, 2018 at 4:44 am
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      Obviously nothing has changed in that decade…

      VPN hacked *coughs*.
      At least be real and add some context to back up a spurious post.

  4. Nobody said on November 9, 2018 at 3:49 am
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    It depends on what you’re trying to prevent. If you’re trying to block yourself from the NSA, good luck. They can collect information from the backbone itself, such as the major routers,switches, etc. They aren’t who you’re looking to protect yourself against with a VPN. Your average criminal does not have access to those resources and methods. If you’re using wifi at a public location for example, it’s irresponsible to not be using a VPN. It will protect you from the vast majority of attempts to access your data by criminals/hackers.

    It’s about creating layers of protection as well. You can ensure better privacy by using things like VPN combined with TOR, or something similiar. You can modify your browser settings (disabling javascript and other settings) and you can also change your habits as well.

    You can annoy the NSA by making things more difficult for them, but you may never stop them entirely. A lot of hardware has built in backdoors as well, but again it’s the average criminal/hacker whom you’re trying to prevent in most cases.

    It’s important to look into which VPN provider you’re using also. Some of them are quite shady. Here is a link provided by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) that provides a comprehensive comparsion of providers. I would suggest using them over the “Top 10 VPN providers” websites out there, as many of those are just catering to advertisers.

    https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-section/

    In the end, everyone is personally responsible for their own security. The VPN suggested here (NordVPN) is a very good choice overall. One reason is that it is based in Panama and isn’t required to share information with the NSA even on request, as most providers are required to do.

  5. ULBoom said on November 9, 2018 at 7:40 pm
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    It would be nice if offers through gHacks and other sites would have a better price than the one offered on, e.g., Nord’s site. The prices are the same. Of course, if Nord floats your boat, buy it in Martin’s store, you do get credits and an additional discount for your first purchase.

    If the deals were just a little cheaper than going direct, maybe $5 in this case, stores in good sites like this one would probably see more sales.

    Just a suggestion. :)

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