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Secure your digital data for life with VPN unlimited: now $39

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06.24.15
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If you haven't yet protected yourself with a virtual private network, it's time to seriously consider the value of your personal data. With the VPN Unlimited Lifetime Subscription -- now offered at a 70 percent discount -- your data and online habits are permanently secure and private.

Regardless of whether you're on public or private WiFi, a VPN is essential for preserving your digital privacy, adding an extra layer of data-encryption security and disguising your presence online by routing your traffic via an intermediary server. Choose from a list of servers around the globe, enabling a reliable workaround for annoying region-locked content restrictions. VPN Unlimited places no limits on bandwidth or connection speed, so you can safely and securely surf the web and stream to your heart's content, on both desktop and mobile devices.

What you'll get with the VPN Unlimited Lifetime Subscription:

  • Secure public Wi-Fi connection; data is hidden and encrypted
  • Unlimited traffic bandwidth
  • Unlimited high-speed connection
  • A growing selection of servers globally (including Romania, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, Ukraine, Japan and the US) with fast server switching
  • Hands-on statistics for each device
  • Works with PC, Mac, iOS and Android
  • License covers up to five devices

If you've ever been on the unfortunate receiving end of hackers looking to crack your system or the prying eyes of a boss, nosy significant others or beyond, the need for privacy and protection is undoubtedly clear. Now you can score eternal protection with a VPN Unlimited Lifetime Subscription at a mammoth 70 percent off its regular price - just $39 shields you forever.

Bonus: If you're hesitant to commit to a full lifetime deal of digital protection, VPN is also offering a three-year plan for just $19.

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