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Promoted 06-30-2016 by johnny_miller at 07:00 PM View Original Post
Private Internet Access has great prices on Private Internet Access VPN Service (New Customers Only) during their Independence Day sale. Thanks RevOne

Note, valid for new customers only.

Available options:
  • 1-Year of Private Internet Access VPN Service $31.95 (Best Value)
  • 1-Month of Private Internet Access VPN Service $5.45
Features:
  • Secure VPN Account
  • Encrypted WiFi
  • P2P and VoIP Support
  • PPTP, OpenVPN and L2TP/IPSec
  • Multiple VPN Gateways
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • SOCKS5 Proxy Included
  • No traffic logs
  • Instant Setup

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Written by johnny_miller

For reviews on this service refer to PC Magazine and Best VPN.

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Edited June 30, 2016 at 03:11 PM by RevOne
Private Internet Access (PIA)

Link [privateinternetaccess.com]

Available options:
  • 1-Year of Private Internet Access VPN Service $31.95
  • 1-Month of Private Internet Access VPN Service $5.45
* Valid for new customers/accounts only

Features:
  • Secure VPN Account
  • Encrypted WiFi
  • P2P and VoIP Support
  • PPTP, OpenVPN and L2TP/IPSec
  • Multiple VPN Gateways
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • SOCKS5 Proxy Included
  • No traffic logs
  • Instant Setup
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Last Edited by bluex_01 July 3, 2016 at 10:27 AM
Does not work with Netflix.

Compare this with other VPNs in great detail here: https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vp...son-chart/

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Apple hasn't invented VPN yet so they obviously can't support it directly.
I have a feeling during the next infomercial conference they'll have a stroke of genius.
Thanks for the great question, mazdamiata210. PIA absolutely does not keep any logs, of any kind, period. While this does make things harder in some cases, specifically dealing with outbound mail, advanced techniques to handle abuse issues, and things of that nature, this provides a high level of security and privacy to all of our users. Logs are never written to the harddrives of any of our machines and are specifically written to the null device, which simply acts if the data never existed.

The Mandatory Data Retention logs in the EU and many areas applies to Telecommunications and Internet Service Providers as they are a "Public Communications Network". This is not applicable to our VPN service as we are a private network.

Due to this, we're unable to provide information on our customers usage of our service under any circumstance, including subpoenas and court orders, which are extremely closely reviewed before we make any response by our experienced legal team.

That is to say: We respond to all valid subpeonas with the same information that we provide our users: We have no identifying logs to hand over. Here is an example of our no-log policy in action (https://torrentfreak.com/vpn-prov...se-160312/). I hope this answers your question Smilie.

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can this work for watching MLB.TV on Apple TV?
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can this work for watching MLB.TV on Apple TV?
Our forum has users that do so. However, Apple TV does not directly support VPN services. In order to use the VPN with this device, you would have to set the VPN up on the router the Apple TV is connected to.

If you're having trouble, for further assistance you can reach out to our Helpdesk at https://support.privateinternetaccess.com/ or email us at helpdesk@privateinternetaccess.com.
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Will there be the 2 years for $60 promotion this holiday?
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Will there be the 2 years for $60 promotion this holiday?

Sorry cptcrunch, for this holiday we are only offering our current plans (by month, 6 months, or year).


Rest assured that this is the best deal on PIA currently available Smilie.
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Sorry cptcrunch, for this holiday we are only offering our current plans (by month, 6 months, or year).


Rest assured that this is the best deal on PIA currently available Smilie.
Booo. I was going to sign up for the two year deal as it's almost always available during your bi-monthly sales. Might have to reconsider my VPN provider now. Frown
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is this new users only?
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what type of speeds can I expect using VPN? Any decrease from my "standard" speed of Internet provider?
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what type of speeds can I expect using VPN? Any decrease from my "standard" speed of Internet provider?
My speed goes from 59mbps to 57mbps
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is this new users only?

Thanks for the question, 510kut. This offer is valid for new accounts only Smilie.

Quote from brendanmurphy00 View Post :
what type of speeds can I expect using VPN? Any decrease from my "standard" speed of Internet provider?
Thanks for the question, brendanmurphy00! There is a little bit of overhead when using a VPN due to the encryption. Your speeds will, on average, be a little lower than without a VPN. In certain instances, such as if your ISP is throttling your traffic, you can actually experience faster speeds with a VPN.

If you have any such problems with Private Internet Access, for further assistance you can reach out to our Helpdesk at https://support.privateinternetaccess.com/ or email us at helpdesk@privateinternetaccess.com.
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Last edited by privateinternet June 30, 2016 at 02:46 PM
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Our forum has users that do so. However, Apple TV does not directly support VPN services. In order to use the VPN with this device, you would have to set the VPN up on the router the Apple TV is connected to.

If you're having trouble, for further assistance you can reach out to our Helpdesk at https://support.privateinternetaccess.com/ or email us at helpdesk@privateinternetaccess.com.
Apple does not support VPN. What year is this? Almost eveeything supports VPN these days, even my security camera.
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Sweet. I always seem to miss these. How long until the deal is over?
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Sweet. I always seem to miss these. How long until the deal is over?
Thanks for the question, geekwithoutacause! This deal runs until Tuesday 11:59 PM Pacific Time.
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