Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are perfect for keeping hackers at bay, having a secure and private connection. Right now, several VPNs offer massive discounts for lifetime subscriptions. Let’s see what the following top 3 VPNs in our list have to offer.
FastestVPN – this service lives up to their name and has 70 servers around the world, offering high speeds. Among its features, here are the key services you can get from FastestVPN:
Access VPN with 10 different users at once. Geo-restrictions are bypassed on websites and streaming service. It works on major platforms – iOS, Windows, PS4, Xbox; even Kodi and Roku.
The service offers more than 100 servers in over 20 countries, at unlimited bandwidth, with Internet Kill Switch.
The lifetime subscription is $39.99, and it also comes with 24/7 customer service.
Ivacy VPN – for only $49.99, you will get the lifetime subscription and NAT Firewall Protection. The service has more than 450 servers in over 50 countries. The P2P file-sharing service is very fast and secure, allowing you to stream in HD, unblock geo-restricted services.
Other features offered by Ivacy VPN is the add-on for Kodi. The service also includes a Kill Switch, comes with 256-bit encryption and PPTO, SSTP, L2TP, OpenVPN, and IKEv2 Protocols. It supports up to 5 devices at the same time, working on platforms like MacOS, Windows, Android, iOS, but also Linex, Kindle, Roku, PS4, X-Box and Blackberry.
Unfortunately, the service is not available in North Korea, China, Cuba or Saudi Arabia.
Keezel Safe Internet Device – is a revolutionary VPN which is portable, and now at an offer of $449 for a Lifetime Subscription. You turn on the device and your wi-fi devices will connect to the VPN.
The device will do what all VPNs do and a little more, considering it’s portable: it blocks ads and malware, unlocks geo-restricted websites or services, it works on any device (up to ten devices at once) – even on the IoT devices, and has 1250 VPN servers spread in up to 160 countries.
The device has more than 20 hours of battery (it needs 7 hours to charge, though) and it can also be used as a powerbank for your phone, as it has a 8,000mAh battery. It has 2 USB ports and 2 micro-USB ports.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.