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Windscribe.com offers a Subscription VPN Service (60GB Monthly) for Free when you follow the steps below. Thanks BargainsA
  1. Click here
  2. Click "Sign Up" (top right side of page)
  3. Select "Use for Free"
  4. Enter username, password and email
  5. "Create Free Account" (leave this page open)
  6. Separately, you will get an email immediately, click the link in the email to confirm
  7. Note: With page open from step 5, select the option "Claim Voucher" and enter the voucher code SOS60GBS.
    • If you already have an account, you may claim the voucher code by clicking "My Account" (top right side of page), "Claim Voucher" and then entering the voucher code SOS60GBS.
  8. Your account dashboard should display the 60GB limit
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Windscribe.com offers a Subscription VPN Service (60GB Monthly) for Free when you follow the instructions below.

Click here www.windscribe.com
Click "Sign Up" (top of page)
Select "Use for Free"
Select "10GB Free" Tab
Enter username, password, email
"Create Free Account" (leave this page open)
Separately, you will get an email immediately, click link to confirm
Note: With page open from step 6, select the option "Claim Voucher" and enter the SOS60GBS (without the quotation marks)
Your account dashboard will display the 60GB limit

If if you have an existing account , just follow the last step and enter promo code by claiming voucher in accounts page
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Sure...if they sell less of your data to China. When the service is free, you are the product.
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Obviously you shouldn't be using this as a 24/7 VPN, but it is fine if you only need it for the occasional task.

By better he is probably wondering about speeds.

Note to those who don't know: By using a VPN, you will be sending ALL of your Internet data through their servers. Meaning when you log in to a website, upload a file, make a purchase, etc... all of that data, at some point, will go through this VPN's servers. They could (and probably do) store some amount of this data either for personal analytics or for selling to third party companies.
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Here's some tips. First, for your network adapter settings, disable ipv6 and then go into ipv4 and change dns servers to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4. There's other free dns servers, but I've found you want one set due to something called dns leaking.

Connect to a vpn, then open a browser and search what is my ip, make sure it's not your real IP. Sometimes you connect to these things and somehow the virtual adapter or whatever is malfunctioning and it gets bypassed despite being connected.

The only people who care about torrenting is the firms hired by movie/gaming/music industry. It doesn't matter who you vpn through, those people aren't going to get your information. Only the government might subpoena those records, and they don't do it over piracy (unless you are some infamous uploader). Supposedly if you go with a vpn that doesn't keep logs, you may be safer from government snooping. But you'll never know if they really wipe the logs or not.
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Thank you. I upgraded my 50GB free plan to 60GB free plan.

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Is this a lot better than the one offered by opera ?
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Is this a lot better than the one offered by opera ?
Sure...if they sell less of your data to China. When the service is free, you are the product.
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do I have to install a software or is this website VPN?
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do I have to install a software or is this website VPN?
install windscribe software
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Sure...if they sell less of your data to China. When the service is free, you are the product.
Obviously you shouldn't be using this as a 24/7 VPN, but it is fine if you only need it for the occasional task.

By better he is probably wondering about speeds.

Note to those who don't know: By using a VPN, you will be sending ALL of your Internet data through their servers. Meaning when you log in to a website, upload a file, make a purchase, etc... all of that data, at some point, will go through this VPN's servers. They could (and probably do) store some amount of this data either for personal analytics or for selling to third party companies.
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only US and Canada servers available for free customers
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Thank you. I upgraded my 50GB free plan to 60GB free plan.

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Me too.

Thanks OP. Repped and TU
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How reliable is this VPN? Do you trust it enough to torrent?
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only US and Canada servers available for free customers
Not true. There are several other countries available to free customers including UK and Germany.
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Not true. There are several other countries available to free customers including UK and Germany.
It says 8 locations, can you list them?
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How reliable is this VPN? Do you trust it enough to torrent?
Here's some tips. First, for your network adapter settings, disable ipv6 and then go into ipv4 and change dns servers to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4. There's other free dns servers, but I've found you want one set due to something called dns leaking.

Connect to a vpn, then open a browser and search what is my ip, make sure it's not your real IP. Sometimes you connect to these things and somehow the virtual adapter or whatever is malfunctioning and it gets bypassed despite being connected.

The only people who care about torrenting is the firms hired by movie/gaming/music industry. It doesn't matter who you vpn through, those people aren't going to get your information. Only the government might subpoena those records, and they don't do it over piracy (unless you are some infamous uploader). Supposedly if you go with a vpn that doesn't keep logs, you may be safer from government snooping. But you'll never know if they really wipe the logs or not.

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I'm assuming using a personal email to give them is a bad idea?
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