Get a 3-Year Anonymizer VPN Subscription for 77% Off, $1.53/mo [Deals]

If you’re still on the fence about getting a VPN, our Deals Store currently has a 3-year subscription to Anonymizer for 77% off at $55 (normally $240). The regular price for one year is $79.99 but right now you can get this VPN for $1.53 per month (USD)!

Redesign Anonymizer Universal VPN 1716MF

TOP FEATURES

  • Protects against government oversight, hackers, unsecured public Wi-Fi, online activity logging & tracking
  • Masks your IP address & conceals your physical location
  • Connects to Anonymizer-owned servers only (no insecure VPS)
  • Allows up to 5 devices to be connected simultaneously
  • Provides unlimited bandwidth & fast connection speeds
  • Keeps zero record of any of your online activity
  • Provides US-based support 24/7

Anonymizer is well-known for keeping user surfing habits anonymous. Here’s what they told Torrent Freak, about their track record of never turning over information when a DMCA request hits them:

Since Anonymizer does not log any traffic that comes over our system, we have nothing to provide in response to DMCA requests. None of our users have ever been issued a DMCA take down notice or European equivalent. We’re over 18 years old now, and if not the oldest service out there, certainly one of the oldest, and we’ve never turned over information in a DMCA request.

Anonymizer works for the following:

  • Mac (Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite)
  • Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8),
  • Linux
  • Android
  • iOS 5.0 or greater (using the OpenVPN Connect iOS App)
  • ChromeOS

Governments today are using more and more sophisticated ways to track user data over the Internet. If you want to keep your surfing habits anonymous, Anonymizer will do the job for you.

Click here to jump on the Anonymizer deal while it’s still available.

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  • erth

    does this work with apple tv?

  • J

    Am i able to download torrents with anonymizer vpn service

  • PDS

    Does anyone know the differences, besides cost, between Anonymizer and a free VPN like HOLA?

  • Tim

    Anonymizer sends all traffic from your computer through the VPN. Hola is a browser extension and is limited to only the internet browser.

  • Jordan

    Hey erth, Jordan from StackCommerce here (we run the Deals store for iPhoneInCanada). Unfortunately, I don’t believe this works with Apple TV. But it does work with Mac, iOS, Windows, Android, and Linux devices

  • Jordan

    I believe this should work for downloading torrents, but it may depend on the torrent client (if they block anonymous IP addresses, etc.)

  • Kevin

    Can you use this with smart tv or routers?

  • Mark at Anonymizer

    Hello! Mark from Anonymizer here!

    Anonymizer also ‘mixes’ your traffic. Every single user uses the same IP address, and that address changes every single day!

    Also, we don’t log ANYTHING about you. Compare HOLA’s logging policies against ours. I’m confident you’ll see the difference.

  • Mark at Anonymizer

    We don’t limit any of your internet activities. None.

  • Mark at Anonymizer

    Yes, you can use it with certain routers. Smart TV’s sadly not. Check our website and we have a list of supported routers, including Tomato.

  • Mark at Anonymizer

    Not directly. But, you could put it on your router (if it’s one of the ones we support), and then connect your Apple TV to that router!

  • AB

    How does this compare to a service like Unblock US?

  • sukisszoze

    So Anonymizer is similar to VPN Unlimited?