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ET deals: Save 96% on a lifetime subscription to TigerVPN

In light of recent events, it’s clear that neither governments nor giant corporations truly respect internet privacy. It’s up to you to stand up, and take back your own privacy. And before you do anything else, you’re going to want access to a VPN. Thankfully, the upfront cost is surprisingly low.

Lifetime TigerVPN subscription for $ 29 (List price: $ 780)

TigerVPN

For less than $ 30, TigerVPN offers lifetime access to 15 nodes across North America and Europe: Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Denver, Colorado; Los Angeles, California; Miami, Florida; New York, New York; Bucharest, Romania; Oslo, Norway; Frankfurt, Germany; London, UK; Madrid, Spain; Montreal, Canada; Toronto, Canada; Vienna, Austria; Zurich, Switzerland; and Paris, France.

This service delivers unlimited speed, unlimited data, torrent support, and a bypass for many pesky geoblocks. And thanks to the Windows, OS X, iOS, and Android support, just about everyone is covered on their gadgets. Heck, some routers are compatible with the service as well, so your entire home can be covered at once.

While a single month of TigerVPN can go for $ 14.99, and a year for nearly $ 120, you won’t be paying anywhere close to those prices when you take advantage of this limited-time deal. If you buy in now, you’ll never have to worry about dealing with the recurring payments.

Note: Must redeem purchase within 30 days. Limit to two devices at once. Terms and conditions apply. See the StackSocial website for more information.

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