Ghacks Deals: PureVPN for 70% off

Martin Brinkmann
Jun 15, 2021
Updated • Jun 16, 2021


HongKong-based VPN provider PureVPN has been in the business since 2007, a very long time for a VPN service. It operates more than 6500 servers in over 140 countries and supports a wide range of features and support for all major desktop and mobile operating systems.

The providers no-logging claims have been validated in a third-party audit. PureVPN supports a large range of interesting features, including: split tunneling, Internet kill switch, support for logins on 10 devices, 256-bit encryption, 24/7 support, P2P support, an option to turn a desktop or laptop into a VPN hotspot for mobile devices, and more.

Get 70% off the regular price if you subscribe for 2-years. That's just $3.33 per month. There is also a $0.99 7-day trial available that gives you full access to the service for testing purposes.


Click here to open the PureVPN website to get 70% off

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  1. ShintoPlasm said on June 15, 2021 at 11:35 pm

    Martin, I know these articles are there for generating some extra revenue but come on – a Hong Kong-based VPN provider is an oxymoron. Might as well hand over your house keys to the CCP and get it over with.

  2. David said on June 16, 2021 at 2:25 am

    Hong Kong under Beijing’s control would not be my first choice for server location.

  3. Mike Stephens said on June 16, 2021 at 2:55 am

    A China-based VPN?

    I hear there are a couple of good Russian ones, also.

  4. Amaras said on June 16, 2021 at 8:15 am

    Who knew that GHacks would willingly support giving away all your data to the CCP.

  5. Dean said on June 16, 2021 at 11:15 pm

    well that’s the risk you take when you use any VPN regardless where they’re located. No one knows who’s behind all this VPNs that are available. You give your data to someone you don’t know…

  6. SHQ said on June 17, 2021 at 7:35 am

    I don’t think every VPN that has proper log policies will be handing out data to anybody who comes and ask for it. With zero log policies, the provider claims to store no data and this is why if somebody goes to them and asks for your traces they will have nothing to give out to them. But in case you think that they keep logs although they don’t you can opt for some other provider such as Ivacy or maybe Express.

  7. Anonymous said on June 17, 2021 at 1:04 pm

    This vpn claims to have no logs, but they were able to provide information to the FBI which led
    to the arrest of a cyberstalker.

  8. Matti said on June 17, 2021 at 3:26 pm

    They should just rename themselves to PoohVPN, considering that’s who they’ll give your logs to.

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