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TorGuard.net is offering 50% Off TorGuard Services w/ promotional code 1984. Thanks Bri21
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  • OpenVPN, PPTP, SSTP, L2TP/IPSec, Stealth VPN, and OpenConnect
  • 3000+ Servers in 55+ Countries
  • Unlimited Bandwidth and Speeds
  • Socks5 + SSL Proxy Access Included FREE w/ VPN plan
  • Easy to use VPN Apps for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, DDWRT, Tomato
  • FREE 10mb Encrypted Email Account
  • FREE Viscosity License
  • Get 50% off Dedicated IP's for Streaming services
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  • In order to receive your Free GLi GL-MT300N Mini VPN Router with the purchase of 2-Years of VPN Service you must submit a ticket with shipping address after purchase. The router ships free in the U.S. or $10 for Worldwide.
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50% Off Torguard: 1-Yr VPN for $30, 2-Yrs VPN for $60 + Free Mini Router, 1-Yr Proxy for $23.47 & More [torguard.net]
Use Code 1984 if discount is not automatically applied.

VPN Service
$4.99/month or $29.99/year
Proxy Service
$2.98/month or $23.47/year
Encrypted Email
$3.48/month or $24.98/year

Secure No Logs VPN
- P2P and Torrent Support
- OpenVPN, PPTP, SSTP, L2TP/IPSec, Stealth VPN, and OpenConnect
- 3000+ Servers in 55+ Countries
- Unlimited Bandwidth and Speeds
- Socks5 + SSL Proxy Access Included FREE w/ VPN plan
- Easy to use VPN Apps for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, DDWRT, Tomato
- FREE 10mb Encrypted Email Account
- FREE Viscosity License
- Get 50% off Dedicated IP's for Streaming services

Also, if you buy 2 Years of VPN service, you get a free GLi GL-MT300N Mini VPN Router. [torguard.net] (Free domestic shipping; $10 international shipping.)
>> To obtain the free mini router, you must submit a ticket [torguard.net] with shipping address after purchase.
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Discount code 1984. Well played Torguard well played.
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I believe he was implying to the big firm, where it's common for ITs to know almost anything you do with provided laptop. Quite obvious since you have to connect to firm's internal server/vpn most of time.

Anyway I cannot enforce anyone to do anything since it is their free will but putting someone else(business) on a risk for your own illegal activity is f@@@ed up, especially with small businesses. What if someone else steals your identity and use it for illegal activities. That's exactly what you are doing
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Until your it manager comes to collect your keys and badge because your activity put the company business at risk....
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Discount code 1984. Well played Torguard well played.
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This or the 1-Year of Private Internet Access VPN Service for $30?
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Love the VPN service. Got in at this price years ago and have had no complaints.
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i am using chrome. i just want to be anon when i browser certain pages, i want my other page running on my real ip. should i go for proxy?
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This or the 1-Year of Private Internet Access VPN Service for $30?
TorGuard all the way, I had PIA for years and they went downhill (speeds) and it lasted for months. Finally, I cancelled and switched to TorGuard, it's been a year or two since I've had issues.

I hope current users can get the 2 year prepay with router.
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I have this one bought couple of years back for the same price. Good thing is they don't jack up the price for existing customers. Speeds vary sometimes, but highly reliable service.
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Is the router any good for VPN without reducing throughput?
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Probably a long shot but any idea if you've already had TG for 2 years or more can you still get in on the free router?
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https://slickdeals.net/f/10140880-torguard-50-off-vpn-service-30-year-proxy-service-23-50-year-more?src=SiteSearch

EDIT: Seems Slickdeals decided to move the thread above to Deal Talk after my post, it was clearly in the Hot Deals section prior.
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Thought Torguard was anonymous until I got a call from my ISP about downloading torrents. Now I am not so sure.
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Thought Torguard was anonymous until I got a call from my ISP about downloading torrents. Now I am not so sure.
Torguard may well be anonymous, but if your ISP notices that you're downloading "something" to the tune of dozens of GB per day, your ISP may suspect you're torrenting. And act accordingly.

Or perhaps Torguard is anonymous, but you failed in one of any number of ways to secure your anonymity. (The most perfect VPN in the world is of little value if the user doesn't do his part.)

Seems unjustified to simply blame Torguard. A VPN is not a magical Internet invisibility cloak, which will effortlessly provide one with absolute protection from any possibility of one's online activities ever being noticed.
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I just do illegal downloading at work and voila - no VPN needed. Money well saved.
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Thought Torguard was anonymous until I got a call from my ISP about downloading torrents. Now I am not so sure.
Did they simply call you about your downloading or give you a copyright warning? If they simply asked about activity , it's probably just them getting suspicious with no real info.
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