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VeePN - Lifetime subscription (5 devices - $16, 10 devices - $24)

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StackSocial [stacksocial.com] is having a sale on lifetime subscriptions to VeePN for the below options when applying code SAVE20TODAY:
  • 5-Devices: $19.99 - $3.99 = $16.00.
  • 10-Devices: $29.99 - $5.99 = $24.00.
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Use code DN25 and you'll get it for $15
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Is there any benefit to using this
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is lifetime really lifetime? veepn doesn't offer that option itself, what makes StackSocial special?
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I bought this one for $16 couple of days ago. Using only in mobile and so far good. Better than FastestVPN which I bought during last sale. FastestVPN gets disconnected once in two days and doesn't connect until I restart the phone.
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Anyone using this have feedback?
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Is there a price return guarantee?I can't find out which cities in the US have nodes.
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Is there a price return guarantee?I can't find out which cities in the US have nodes.
Information seems very sparse on this VPN, sparse enough that it raises a few doubts, such as having a very limited or non-existent (dead links) in the support/FAQ database and not listing any of the server/node locations are a pretty big red flags. Any VPN worth your time will list out what cities or more specific regions (within said nations) they have servers in (for example NordVPN , ProtonVPN, Private Internet Access, ExpressVPN, etc. will all tell you what exact cities their nodes/servers are located and how many are there). This site only says they have <number> of servers/nodes in these continents, which is way, way too generalized and not helpful information. It lists 1153 servers in 'the Americas', but what if they were all in Panama? It doesn't go into specifics anywhere.

Also, the site says it supports OpenVPN, but then has nothing in their support files that say how to set that up (if you needed the help). All of the instructions seem to be only for their proprietary VPN programs on whatever platforms (Windows/iOS/Android/etc.). If the information does exist, it's not very straight-forward to find. That's not a very good sign that if you needed help, you'd have to contact them directly.

The last, big red flag is whatever posts and 'positive reviews' I see about the services seem to be from company shills, like brand new accounts trying to say 'VeePN is the best service I've ever used', but then you look through their account history and see that the accounts are new and 'VeePN #1' is the only thing they ever say. Would rather a VPN company earn trust rather than trying to trick people into buying in (like a sales person with commission). I'd personally stay away.

And to answer your returns inquiry, I think if you buy through StackSocial, they have an 'all sales are final' clause. https://support.stackcommerce.com...-Purchase-
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Thank you for your professional explanation. just bought cyberghost today. it have 14 days to test. this one has very detailed node options. can choose every city in the United States.
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In for 10 slots-$24. So far so good. The client app for Windows is well organized, runs smoothly. Especially its IKEv2 protocol is fast (much better than its default protocol, OpenVPN)
It's really good deal. Thanks OP.
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Purchased this...looking good....
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is lifetime really lifetime? veepn doesn't offer that option itself, what makes StackSocial special?
Its lifetime in the sense that you should not count on the company being around for very long. Kind of like a radio station that claims "no ads". If you can't cover your bills you won't last.
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