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You can get a lifetime subscription to Ivacy VPN for $40

Safeguard your online privacy anywhere and without slowing your devices down.
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July 1, 2019
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It's safe to say most of us enjoy using the web without leaving our search history, banking info and other vital info out for everyone to see. That's why it's so puzzling that so many of us still surf the web without a VPN.

With cybercrime growing more advanced and more frequent by the day, we should all be taking steps to lock down our sensitive information when we surf online, and doing so doesn't even have to break the bank.

Right now, Ivacy VPN is offering lifetime subscriptions to its award-winning VPN service for only $40, more than 90 percent off what it usually costs.

For the uninitiated, a VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a service that routes your browsing traffic through an encrypted tunnel, so hackers, advertisers, and even government agencies can't monitor your movements or steal your information. It delivers the kind of privacy you think you have in Incognito mode but actually don't.

There's no shortage of VPN providers out there, but too many make you sacrifice fast browsing speeds for safer browsing online. Ivacy, on the other hand, lets you surf with high-speed downloading, unlimited bandwidth and uninterrupted P2P file-sharing–all while turning your data into a digital Fort Knox with powerful 256-bit encryption.

If you want to try Ivacy VPN for yourself and see how it keeps your digital self safe, you can get a lifetime subscription for only $40, more than 90 percent off the usual $1,194 retail price.

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