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Get a lifetime subscription to Windscribe VPN for just $59

This complete privacy solution is offering early Black Friday pricing on their Pro subscriptions.
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November 8, 2018
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A VPN (virtual private network) routes your connection through a network of remote servers, so your personal data stays private while you're on public Wi-Fi, and you can access geo-restricted content no matter where you are. Windscribe Pro offers all the features you'd expect to find in a VPN, but adds unlimited downloads and data, a strict no logging policy, and as many simultaneous device connections as you want. Their pro service normally costs over $100 per year, but they're offering a lifetime subscription for just $59 today, as well as discounts on one and three year subscriptions.

Windscribe is a desktop app and browser extension that runs silently in the background, and even offers a firewall as added security in case your connection drops. Their pro version is unique from other services in that it offers unlimited downloads, data, and devices without slowing down your connection speeds. It's also regarded for its extreme dedication to anonymity - Windscribe has a strict no logging policy, and allows you to sign up without an email address. Entry level users will find Windscribe simple and easy to use to keep their browsing data private and access geo-blocked content, while more advanced users can load their own OpenVPN configurations directly in the Windscribe app.

Windscribe Pro normally costs around $100 annually, but right now, they're offering an early Black Friday price of just $59 for a lifetime subscription, three years for $24, and one year for $12.

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