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Stack Social.com has VPN Unlimited (3-Year Subscription) for $29.99 - $4.49 w/ promo code VPNUNLIMITED15 = $25.49.

Note, you can buy the Lifetime Version of VPN Unlimited (prices below are after promo code VPNUNLIMITED15)
  • 5-Devices $42.50
  • 10-Devices $47.60
  • 25-Devices $81.60
  • 100-Devices $170
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VPN Unlimited protects both your Wi-Fi and cellular connections, securing your online activity, and bypassing web content restrictions. Refer to forum thread for additional information and discussion.

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StackSocial [stacksocial.com] has on sale VPN Unlimited 3 Year Subscription for $25.50 with code VPNUNLIMITED15. You can have up to 5 devices on this plan which means it's similar to the VPN Unlimited Lifetime (5 devices) copy.

StackSocial also has on sale the Lifetime version of VPN Unlimited.
  • 5 Devices - $42.50
  • 10 Devices - $47.60
  • 25 Devices - $81.60
  • 100 Devices - $170.00
For the average user, I recommend either the 3 year version for $25.50 so you can try out other VPNs in the future or spend a little more to get the same product but without the year cap for $42.50 ($17 more).
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Ya know, every time I see one of these "lifetime" deals for a service, I feel the sting of similar deals past. Too many times I've paid for "lifetime" subscriptions only to have the company fold or get bought out after a year and my subscription is worth bupkis. The cynical part of me thinks these "offers" are only out there to up the subscriber base so the impending company sale looks like there's more paying customers.

Happy - extremely happy, actually - with my Private Internet Access annual subscription, which incidentally they still honor at the sale price I signed up for 4 years ago.
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Windscribe has begun throttling all my torrents to 10kb/s with every single server and I paid for the lifetime pro account. I just hit 500gb over the lifetime of the account and it seems that's the point at which they begin throttling these accounts. If I were to get this, I'd probably get the 3 year plan. Never know when they're gonna pull a fast one on you!
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I got a 3-year deal on this almost 3 years ago (time to re-up). The service is decent. They aren't super fast but it works. Big thing to know about this one is that they only allow torrenting on a couple of servers.
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Lots of VPN deals. How does this compare to WindScribe?
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Ya know, every time I see one of these "lifetime" deals for a service, I feel the sting of similar deals past. Too many times I've paid for "lifetime" subscriptions only to have the company fold or get bought out after a year and my subscription is worth bupkis. The cynical part of me thinks these "offers" are only out there to up the subscriber base so the impending company sale looks like there's more paying customers.

Happy - extremely happy, actually - with my Private Internet Access annual subscription, which incidentally they still honor at the sale price I signed up for 4 years ago.
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I got a 3-year deal on this almost 3 years ago (time to re-up). The service is decent. They aren't super fast but it works. Big thing to know about this one is that they only allow torrenting on a couple of servers.
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I'm a VPN newb here so please be nice. My employer blocks sports websites. Can I use this to stream MLB and sports radio on their wireless?
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I got a 3-year deal on this almost 3 years ago (time to re-up). The service is decent. They aren't super fast but it works. Big thing to know about this one is that they only allow torrenting on a couple of servers.
Windscribe has begun throttling all my torrents to 10kb/s with every single server and I paid for the lifetime pro account. I just hit 500gb over the lifetime of the account and it seems that's the point at which they begin throttling these accounts. If I were to get this, I'd probably get the 3 year plan. Never know when they're gonna pull a fast one on you!
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I would try free alternatives first. If it is possible to install browser extensions... Hola on Chrome can be good - https://chrome.google.com/webstor...meio?hl=en

There's also windscribe, which I think gives you 10gb of data to VPN a month - https://windscribe.com/ ... there may also be a phone app for it, not sure. It's a Chinese based VPN company, and is free, so personally that sets off some alarms in my head... wouldn't use it for banking or anything

The takeaway I would give here is that this is probably against your acceptable use policy for technology at your company, so... might not be good if you do this. Just depends on your employer and how much they care (also how productive you are with your job if doing something like this too)

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I'm a VPN newb here so please be nice. My employer blocks sports websites. Can I use this to stream MLB and sports radio on their wireless?
Probably, but as other people noted - long term VPN subs like this have a tendency to not last as long as what you paid for... I've personally not heard of this company.

I would recommend PIA for what you're doing, and maybe NordVPN for anything else

I'm not a tech god or anything but I will say that even with a VPN, it's possible your employer can still snoop. I don't know what your network looks like, nor what you use to connect to it... If it is computers provided by them, I guess they could spy. If you have to install a certificate to connect, I guess maybe they can spy... I read an article about that on netsec some time ago

Also, even with VPNs, they can theoretically decrypt your packets... but it requires work and is extremely unlikely for most workplaces I would say. There's also port mirroring, where they can spy on you without you noticing -- but that's high level stuff and typically only done by law enforcement/FBI

Also, even with a VPN - it's possible that your device (if it's a phone/personal device) will get manually MAC address banned from your work network by a network administrator ... depending on how much they care / how much they're forced to care...
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I'm a VPN newb here so please be nice. My employer blocks sports websites. Can I use this to stream MLB and sports radio on their wireless?
If you employers IT is worth a damn they will stop any kind of VPN tunnels before they can be initiated so this will be useless. What industry do you work in? It will probably determine your ITs competence.
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Edit:

I would try free alternatives first. If it is possible to install browser extensions... Hola on Chrome can be good - https://chrome.google.com/webstor...meio?hl=en

There's also windscribe, which I think gives you 10gb of data to VPN a month - https://windscribe.com/ ... there may also be a phone app for it, not sure. It's a Chinese based VPN company, and is free, so personally that sets off some alarms in my head... wouldn't use it for banking or anything

The takeaway I would give here is that this is probably against your acceptable use policy for technology at your company, so... might not be good if you do this. Just depends on your employer and how much they care (also how productive you are with your job if doing something like this too)


Probably, but as other people noted - long term VPN subs like this have a tendency to not last as long as what you paid for... I've personally not heard of this company.

I would recommend PIA for what you're doing, and maybe NordVPN for anything else

I'm not a tech god or anything but I will say that even with a VPN, it's possible your employer can still snoop. I don't know what your network looks like, nor what you use to connect to it... If it is computers provided by them, I guess they could spy. If you have to install a certificate to connect, I guess maybe they can spy... I read an article about that on netsec some time ago

Also, even with VPNs, they can theoretically decrypt your packets... but it requires work and is extremely unlikely for most workplaces I would say. There's also port mirroring, where they can spy on you without you noticing -- but that's high level stuff and typically only done by law enforcement/FBI

Also, even with a VPN - it's possible that your device (if it's a phone/personal device) will get manually MAC address banned from your work network by a network administrator ... depending on how much they care / how much they're forced to care...
Couldn't you just spoof your mac using a program and just connect straight to a VPN? Don't think the IT people would start catching on unless they physically log into your computer.
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Thank you, my 3 year subscription was almost expiring.
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Couldn't you just spoof your mac using a program and just connect straight to a VPN? Don't think the IT people would start catching on unless they physically log into your computer.
Theoretically yes... but I'm not a network admin so I don't know what all they can see...
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I've been using this for a while. Works good. Previously used cyber ghost and PIA. PIA was maybe a touch faster, but I prefer vpn unlimited app. So it's the one I usually go to.
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Theoretically yes... but I'm not a network admin so I don't know what all they can see...
Any good network is going to require you to use DHCP on a "user" based vlan and they will most likely tie your MAC to your port, so if you spoof it, you won't gain network access.
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Bought the unlimited a year ago- their program is mediocre. Support was very responsive but seems they aren't putting enough efforts into the client program: frequent drops and no built in kill switch.
They do support openvpn client, so I switched to that and have had zero issues since.
At first thought I had been burned, but since tweaking I'm really satisfied.
Given I have no idea how secure/what logs they keep :/
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