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Ghacks Deals: VPN Unlimited: Lifetime Subscription (just $29.99)

VPN Unlimited is a VPN service with strengths and weaknesses. First the good things: you may use it on up to 5 devices, it does not limit bandwidth or speed, it allows P2P, operates servers in more than 70 different locations, supports different VPN protocols, gives you access to streaming servers, supports all major operating systems and browsers, and is available for just $29.99 for a lifetime license.

Main downside is that some logs are kept for a period, and that you can only unlink one device per week if you reach the five device limit.

The service may still be suitable for some users, e.g. to watch certain media streams or browse anonymously on the Internet. P2P users might want to sign up for other VPN services such as NordVPN though.

Click here to open the VPN Unlimited package on Ghacks Deals

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If this particular offer is not for you, you may want to check out other VPN offers on Ghacks Deals.

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  1. TelV said on May 7, 2019 at 12:54 pm

    There’s a review of it on Apparently it not only logs the OS in use, but also the name of the PC and the Windows user account which isn’t very encouraging.

    1. tab said on May 8, 2019 at 4:38 pm

      Doesn’t it support OpenVPN? I never use any official clients from the VPN providers.

      1. Martin Brinkmann said on May 8, 2019 at 5:02 pm

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