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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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#91
How does one set up a router with this to use with connected devices through the router?
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#92
Quote from getdealsonline View Post :
so how does this impact the Klipsh Wireless speakers access to the wi-fi .. would they have to be reset of some sorts??
I didn't read all the posts in this thread so someone may have already covered this...

On my Win8 and Win7 Systems, the installer actually creates another "network adapter" (TAP-Win32 Adapter) that is used for accessing the PIA network. Your standard network card is still available for internal ip addresses just like before

For example I use RealVNC to remotely connect to my home server that runs on my local network. If I am running PIA on that system, the RealVNC software wants me to use an ip address in northern California to connect but in reality, I can still use my standard network address of 192.168.0.xxx
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#93
Quote from redextreme View Post :
Best buy deal? What was it?
Ohhh... It was sweet.... Could of been better for me if I had VPN... Helped saved me $40 on a SB6141 modem...

Best Buy - $5 off any in-store purchase

Quote from mulliganman View Post :
How does one set up a router with this to use with connected devices through the router?
Pick u'r sweet poison here... [privateinternetaccess.com]
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#94
Can I use this service to bypass blocked sites at work?
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#95
Quote from Y314K View Post :
Ohhh... It was sweet.... Could of been better for me if I had VPN... Helped saved me $40 on a SB6141 modem...

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Omg I would of gone cray on this deal!!! I got a catch all, now a VPN. Thanks so much you are now followed.
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#96
Quote from Y314K View Post :
Ohhh... It was sweet.... Could of been better for me if I had VPN... Helped saved me $40 on a SB6141 modem...

Best Buy - $5 off any in-store purchase



Pick u'r sweet poison here... [privateinternetaccess.com]
Ok so one would have to buy a "reconfigured" router from them then to use this with connected devices through a router then?
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#97
Quote from mulliganman View Post :
Ok so one would have to buy a "reconfigured" router from them then to use this with connected devices through a router then?
No. You need a router with dd-wrt or tomato firmware installed. Instructions are on that page (top right).
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#98
Quote from Y314K View Post :
Ohhh... It was sweet.... Could of been better for me if I had VPN... Helped saved me $40 on a SB6141 modem...

Best Buy - $5 off any in-store purchase



Pick u'r sweet poison here... [privateinternetaccess.com]
Quote from lwhitit View Post :
No. You need a router with dd-wrt or tomato firmware installed. Instructions are on that page (top right).
Thanks for replying but I don't see those instructions.
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#99
I just want to make sure that even though the $31.95 for 1-year plan ($2.66/month) deal is lifetime but we can cancel this anytime, can't we (i.e. we are not locked in to subscribe to this service for lifetime)?
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#100
I nominate this thread for worst questions ever.
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#101
Quote from halfawak3 View Post :
I just want to make sure that even though the $31.95 for 1-year plan ($2.66/month) deal is lifetime but we can cancel this anytime, can't we (i.e. we are not locked in to subscribe to this service for lifetime)?
Yes, the contract is signed with the blood of your first born child.. Smilie
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#102
Quote from Rockalittle View Post :
Can I use this service to bypass blocked sites at work?
Only if u'r able to tunnel thru at work to u'r home... google tunneling at work...

Quote from redextreme View Post :
Omg I would of gone cray on this deal!!! I got a catch all, now a VPN. Thanks so much you are now followed.
Yeah.. It was awesome.... Voted a bunch of time for RetailMeNot to bring it back.. I accidentally caught the deal by checking the Home Page for Slick deals and seeing it on the trending box... Add BestBuy coupons in u'r notifications... Some folks where able to get 100's... I got 8... I was changing my IP manually...

Quote from mulliganman View Post :
Ok so one would have to buy a "reconfigured" router from them then to use this with connected devices through a router then?
Nope... See below...

Quote from lwhitit View Post :
No. You need a router with dd-wrt or tomato firmware installed. Instructions are on that page (top right).
Yeap... The txt is small some guyz might want to zoom in on the page to read all the option tutorials available...

Quote from mulliganman View Post :
Thanks for replying but I don't see those instructions.
Here the 3 main links from the link I posted before...

DD-WRT OpenVPN VPN Setup DD-WRT: VPN OpenVPN Setup [privateinternetaccess.com]

Tomato OpenVPN VPN Setup Tomato: OpenVPN VPN Setup [privateinternetaccess.com]

PfSense OpenVPN VPN Setup PfSense: OpenVPN VPN Setup [privateinternetaccess.com]

I plan to go with Tomato on my Linksys E3000 for now...
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#103
will this protect my identity if i upload compromising photos of my ex?
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#104
Quote from h_pagoda View Post :
I nominate this thread for worst questions ever.
But does PIA includes encrypted HDMI on the interwebs... EEK!
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#105
Quote from NotReal View Post :
I didn't read all the posts in this thread so someone may have already covered this...

On my Win8 and Win7 Systems, the installer actually creates another "network adapter" (TAP-Win32 Adapter) that is used for accessing the PIA network. Your standard network card is still available for internal ip addresses just like before

For example I use RealVNC to remotely connect to my home server that runs on my local network. If I am running PIA on that system, the RealVNC software wants me to use an ip address in northern California to connect but in reality, I can still use my standard network address of 192.168.0.xxx
why in HELL would you buy speakers that required a driver/network interface???
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