Get a Lifetime VPN Land Subscription for 74% Off at $49.99 [Deals]

If you’ve been hunting for a VPN deal, check out the offer in our Deals Store. Right now you can get a lifetime subscription to VPN Land for $49.99 USD. Normally, this would cost you $50/year or $10/month. Say good-bye to paying monthly for a VPN, just pay once for life.

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  • Avoid geo-location restrictions to watch media content like Hulu & Netflix anywhere
  • Mask your IP address while you surf the Internet
  • Browse the web without risking information or identity theft
  • Access blocked websites
  • Use VoIP applications like Skype
  • Enjoy speedy connections wherever you are
  • Utilize the service on mobile platforms

This VPN will allow you to securely access the web and also other geo-restricted websites. It’s compatible for iOS, Android and BlackBerry 10, Windows XP or later, Mac OS X 10.5 or later and Linux. The supported VPN protocols include OpenVPN, PPTP, L2TP and SSTP.

Click here to jump on the VPN Land lifetime subscription while it’s still available.

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  • TMV1235

    Not much of a deal. They keep logs for 5 days and will release your name if the authorities request it.

  • Metromiller

    Good to know! I’m looking for a VPN right now. TMV1235, do you have better suggestion on who to go through? Anyone else have thoughts on this? Thanks!

  • Tim

    I would worry about the sustainability of their business if they plan to offer “life” subscriptions.

  • youreallyhavenoclue

    From what I’ve read PIA (private internet access) is a fan favourite among bittorrent users and those wanting to stream US/UK netflix etc 🙂

  • TMV1235

    There are a few seemingly decent options. PIA as mentioned is one, although I admit that I am slightly suspicious of PIA as they have expanded extremely quickly. They are reasonably priced with sales, and are known for having good connection speeds. Other options like Torguard, IPVanish, IPVN, and Mullvad among others also provide a no-logging, pro-P2P policy.

    Of course, I say ‘seemingly’ because in the end, it’s really hard to say who you can actually trust.

    These link should help make a choice.