VPNs are a must for private browsing in 2020. Here are huge deals on 5 of them

With a virtual private network, you're accessing a separate server for your internet use, making it virtually impossible for hackers or malicious outsiders to track your online activities and hack your accounts.

  • In the U.S., only 5% of web users are protected with a VPN service.
  • These five deals provide protection and unrestricted web usage at top speeds.
  • All five VPN services are currently discounted as much as 97% off.


  • If you’re increasingly worried about your security and the security of your sensitive data online and you’re ready to take action, you’re smart. Unfortunately, you’re also in the minority. The facts are:

    With a VPN, you’re accessing a separate server for your internet use, making it virtually impossible for hackers or malicious outsiders to track your online activities and infiltrate your systems.

    And while that’s vitally important, it’s not even the only reason to enlist VPN protection. To help, we’ve compiled five of the best deals happening this holiday season on some of the top VPN services around, each offering discounts as high as 97% off.

    NordVPN: 2-Yr Subscription - $95.99 (Originally $286.80)

    If you’re logged in to public WiFi at the mall, NordVPN can make sure that guy in the food court isn’t hacking your data. NordVPN’s connection tunnel features double data SSL-based 2048-bit encryption, making you invisible to anyone else poking around on that open public network. With over 3,500 server locations in 61 countries worldwide, NordVPN has your back at home and abroad.

    Windscribe VPN Pro Subscriptions - $59.99 (Originally $324)

    Say you’re traveling in the UK. Think you can just log into your US Netflix account and fire up a movie? Nope. Windscribe VPN access gets you around any censorship or content restrictions imposed by a foreign government, agency or business. Windscribe even has its own Netflix browser extension to help sidestep any geo-locking.

    Ivacy VPN: 5-Year Subscription - $19.99 (Originally $899)

    Know how Google and Facebook always serve up ads for items you just looked at online? It’s because they’re tracking you. But with coverage from Ivacy, you assure no prying eyes are ever following your web activities. And Ivacy keeps no traffic logs, meaning not even they know where you’ve been and what you’ve been doing. With access in over 50 nations, chances are there’s a safe login site ready to serve you.

    Disconnect VPN Premium: Lifetime Subscription - $19.99 (Originally $300)

    Trackers aren't just a threat to your privacy; they can also wreak havoc on your device's performance. Disconnect blocks trackers and malware across your entire device, allowing you to browse up to 44% faster, using up to 39% less bandwidth, and greatly improving battery life.

    KeepSolid VPN Unlimited: Lifetime Subscription - $39 (Originally $499.99)

    It's a Software Informer's Editor's Pick, a Laptop Review Pro Best VPN selection and a Top VPN honoree from PC Mag. Packed with a variety of services and advanced features, KeepSolid VPN Unlimited offers the full package, including complete security and anonymity online with no speed or bandwidth limits. With 10 million customers using servers in more than 70 locations around the world, you get fast, fully-encrypted access to the web that keeps you fully cloaked from any viewing restrictions.

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