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Get a lifetime of online security from PureVPN for just $69

By TS Dealmaster
Nov 20, 2015
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  1. PureVPN’s self-managed network of worldwide servers offers encrypted protection for all of your data and other cyber-activities, plus they also test among the fastest connection speeds among VPN providers according to PCMag. For a limited time, TechSpot readers can get a lifetime subscription for just $69 - 88% off retail price.

    PureVPN's speed is partly due to the vastness of their network, encompassing over 550 server nodes in 141 countries on six continents. It's also a favorite among those who multi-task, allowing you to use up to five devices through their VPN network at the same time.

    Whether you’re buying or selling online, circumventing geo-restrictions on content or just looking to safeguard your devices at all times, even on public Wi-Fi hotspots, PureVPN offers iron-clad security for the rest of your days.

    At 88% off their usual price, you can grab this deal at the TechSpot Store.

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  2. Uncle Al

    Uncle Al TS Evangelist Posts: 1,669   +777

    LOL .... who's lifetime? Yours or theirs?!?!?! LOL
     
  3. Axiarus

    Axiarus TS Addict Posts: 218   +92

    Just to make it known https://www.purevpn.com/server_location.php this page is not correct. These are not the servers they have, they are a list of servers AND static IPs you can get. I just ordered the lifetime and found out they do not have Dallas servers, even though that page says they have four. It makes me wonder what servers they actually physically have.
     
  4. treetops

    treetops TS Evangelist Posts: 1,953   +162

    This article forgot the only thing anyone cares about. Do they keep logs? Do they throttle torrent traffic?
     
  5. JamesandBennie

    JamesandBennie TS Booster Posts: 162   +14

    Too bad though that lifetime in this case means 5 years (as stated under Terms)
     
  6. ACA1381

    ACA1381 TS Rookie

    Partly true. It does say that you send an email to them at the end of the 5 year period to unlock it for good. So it is lifetime but there is an extra step in 5 years...
     

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