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Save an extra 25 percent on subscriptions with this Memorial Day sale
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May 29, 2019
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There are some things in life that you can afford to skimp on, but your online privacy shouldn't be one of them. With all of us at risk of having our movements watched and data stolen, it pays to have a top-tier VPN watching your back online.

Windscribe VPN goes beyond the usual call of duty for VPNs, offering a powerful desktop application and browser extension combo that works to deliver the safest browsing experience possible, no matter which device you're surfing on. And, subscriptions are on sale for an even lower price this Memorial Day weekend, just $36.75 for a year when you plug in the WEEKEND25 coupon code at checkout.

While other VPNs tend to bog you down with clunky interfaces and confusing settings, you can simply turn Windscribe on once, and it's good to run in the background of your desktop forever. Windscribe masks your physical location from 3rd parties via an encrypted tunnel and lets you access geo-locked content from anywhere. That way, you can tap into popular streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, even in countries that restrict their content.

Windscribe also lets you block ads and trackers and torrent securely. Plus, with a Windscribe VPN subscription, you can enjoy unlimited downloads and unlimited simultaneous connections—a rare sight in the VPN scene. Whether you're a small business with several computers or just an avid techie with a lot of devices, you can keep your entire arsenal covered with a single Windscribe VPN subscription.

Windscribe currently has one- and two-year subscriptions on sale today for $49 and $59 respectively. But, you can save an extra 25 percent when you plug in the WEEKEND25 coupon code at checkout, lowering those prices to only $36.75 and $44.25 this Memorial Day weekend. Coupon is valid through 5/29/19.

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