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Private Internet Access: 20% off VPN Service: $32/year or EXPIRED

brisar 108,738 June 3, 2013 at 10:27 AM in Computers (3) More Private Internet Access Deals
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Promoted 06-03-2013 at 08:57 PM View Original Post
Private Internet Access is offering 20% off their VPN Service. Thanks brisar

Note, refer to the forum threads (here or here) for additional information
  • $5.45/month for month to month plan
  • $31.95 for 1-year plan ($2.66/month)

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Edited June 3, 2013 at 07:03 PM by widgit
In case you missed this very popular Front Page Deal, it is back

Private Internet Access


20% off their VPN Service

LINK to the Offer. [privateinternetaccess.com]
  • $5.45/month for month to month plan
  • $31.95 for 1-year plan ($2.66/month)

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#16
Do they auto-renew after a year?
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#17
I am absolutely clueless when it comes to these things, so any help would be appreciated. (And I did follow the link to the website but still can't figure it out). Is this internet service? I currently have Clear internet service but they suck (and cost $35 a month) so this would be a great deal if it would replace our internet service even if the speed isn't that great because what we have really sucks. TIA for any help!
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#18
I've been using PIA to tether my phone without my carrier getting their panties in a bunch for the past few months. Speeds are probably capped by my phones connection rather than by PIA servers, but I've had no issues PIA at all.
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Quote from busybargainmom View Post :
I am absolutely clueless when it comes to these things, so any help would be appreciated. (And I did follow the link to the website but still can't figure it out). Is this internet service? I currently have Clear internet service but they suck (and cost $35 a month) so this would be a great deal if it would replace our internet service even if the speed isn't that great because what we have really sucks. TIA for any help!
This adds privacy to your internet access (internet access not included)
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Quote from busybargainmom View Post :
I am absolutely clueless when it comes to these things, so any help would be appreciated. (And I did follow the link to the website but still can't figure it out). Is this internet service? I currently have Clear internet service but they suck (and cost $35 a month) so this would be a great deal if it would replace our internet service even if the speed isn't that great because what we have really sucks. TIA for any help!
Hi, This isn't an internet service, this is access to a VPN [wikipedia.org]

Some people use it for torrenting illegal files, others use them to bypass location restrictions on certain web applications (NetFlix, Hulu, MLB.Tv) and some people in countries who have web restrictions will use VPNs to read websites that have been blocked by ISP's.
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Quote from hurrpancakes View Post :
I've been using PIA to tether my phone without my carrier getting their panties in a bunch for the past few months. Speeds are probably capped by my phones connection rather than by PIA servers, but I've had no issues PIA at all.
Out of curiosity, what carrier are you on?
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#22
I get about a 10% hit on speed, nothing big. Lots of servers, great support, port rerouting, kill switch, easy to use app on all desktop and mobile platforms. HIGHLY recommended.
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#23
interesting... Can the folks that have tried both PIA & TorGuard please compare the 2...

TorGuard said that PIA still logs IP's in hash form... But TorGuard still links both user passwords (service & billing) together... They just do it differently then PIA... They create a wall but there is still a link... So the wall is meaningless... Logging & linking sucks... So boos for both of them...

TorGuard allows 5 connections & PIA only allows 3.. So TorGuard wins that one..

PIA let's u run speed tests without subbing... TorGuard only let's u buy 1 day trials... As best as I can tell... Things are hit and miss... But PIA wins it for letting u kick the tiers from the outside...

I think Torguard has the higher encryption type.. But PIA might have a better or quicker help department....

Still researching... Why can't both of this services offer a mail in yearly service pay option... Where we can send payment to an address with only an email address that we would use as the way to link the payment to a new/current account... Making it as anonymous as possible... And if they rip us off if we pay with cash.. We can tore them a new one online as a way to make sure they don't rip cash sub's off...

Confused
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#24
is this for one connection only?
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#25
Dear Slickdealers,

Thank you for the questions!

Quote from MozartA View Post :
I assume the yearly deal is not lifetime deal?
This deal is lifetime.

Quote from Y314K View Post :
interesting... Can the folks that have tried both PIA & TorGuard please compare the 2...

TorGuard said that PIA still logs IP's in hash form... But TorGuard still links both user passwords (service & billing) together... They just do it differently then PIA... They create a wall but there is still a link... So the wall is meaningless... Logging & linking sucks... So boos for both of them...

TorGuard allows 5 connections & PIA only allows 3.. So TorGuard wins that one..

PIA let's u run speed tests without subbing... TorGuard only let's u buy 1 day trials... As best as I can tell... Things are hit and miss... But PIA wins it for letting u kick the tiers from the outside...

I think Torguard has the higher encryption type.. But PIA might have a better or quicker help department....

Still researching... Why can't both of this services offer a mail in yearly service pay option... Where we can send payment to an address with only an email address that we would use as the way to link the payment to a new/current account... Making it as anonymous as possible... And if they rip us off if we pay with cash.. We can tore them a new one online as a way to make sure they don't rip cash sub's off...

Confused
We do not log, period. Where did TorGuard make this false claim?

Quote from green_key View Post :
is this for one connection only?
You can connect up to 3 times per account simultaneously with an unlimited number of devices (but only 3 at any given moment).

Hope this helps, and please feel free to keep the questions coming!
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#26
3 simultaneous connections. Only one needed if you pop it into a DD-WRT router.
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Quote from getdealsonline View Post :
okay cool! and so we can have couple of laptops, smart TVs ... all route thru the VPN or is there some limit to how many devices

my understanding is that my entire network will come under VPN and then however many devices work on internet they route thru VPN ... am I missing something?
I don't think this is what you think that it is.
You might be able to setup your router to route all traffic through a VPN but most people just use a VPN for privacy reasons.
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Quote from green_key View Post :
is this for one connection only?

connect 3 devices.

NOTE: if you put it on your router, everything on the router will use the VPN and that only counts as 1 connection, which leaves you 2 more to use.
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#29
Quote from privateinternet View Post :
Dear Slickdealers,

Thank you for the questions!

This deal is lifetime.
So just to clarify - If I signed up during the last $32 deal, it will autorenew in a year for $32 instead of the full price? Thanks, PIA...
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#30
Quote from Snoopy2gos View Post :
Hi, This isn't an internet service, this is access to a VPN [wikipedia.org]

Some people use it for torrenting illegal files, others use them to bypass location restrictions on certain web applications (NetFlix, Hulu, MLB.Tv) and some people in countries who have web restrictions will use VPNs to read websites that have been blocked by ISP's.
It's also helpful for public wifi spots- if you want to say sign on to your bank account and its unsecure- you need a VPN to prevent malicious users from intercepting your unsecured traffic (which can contain your password). So it has legitimate uses in preventing identity theft- and anyone who has been a victim of that- knows its no joke. The only catch is that -you have to trust the VPN as they route all your traffic.
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