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What VPN do you use?

Davieco

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Thinking of getting a VPN for general safety/encryption and Netflix US library unlock. Could anyone suggest a good provider for this matter? I tried searching for one, but with so many choices I feel lost. :(

I'm on a tight budget, so looking only at cheaper options.
 

Nate2

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NordVPN. I got a 3-year subscription at a discounted price, but I hardly use it, lol.

I can install/activate it on my router so all my devices connect through VPN without having to install the VPN software on every device.

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Myrmeko

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On Android, Vpnify. It's free and ad supported. It seems like a fair trade. Shows one ad when you connect and one ad when you disconnect. Always skippable ads.
 

strongst

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Thinking of getting a VPN for general safety/encryption and Netflix US library unlock. Could anyone suggest a good provider for this matter? I tried searching for one, but with so many choices I feel lost. :(

I'm on a tight budget, so looking only at cheaper options.
There are some random promoted VPN from xda developers with discounts https://depot.xda-developers.com/search?cat=477&query=VPN

Also here's a list with VPN services https://www.xda-developers.com/android-vpn/
 

denisehilton

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I use Opera Browser for VPN. I honestly don't see the point of purchasing a VPN software when you can simple get it for free as an add-on in the browser. Try it and thank me later.
 

psychedelicNerd

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Windscribe FTW

I have Windscribe. Bought the lifetime subscription for it and have been using it like crazy. Both on my phone and PC to download movies/sw/music etc. The subscription came with the option to install it on 5 devices. Totally recommend it.
 

DJ Robby

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Short Answer: Windscribe or Proton VPN.

Windscribe is offered for free with up to 15GB/Month of bandwidth for free and it is faster than proton VPN, This is what you get with PRO:


Proton VPN is offered for free with UNLIMITED bandwidth but slower speeds than Windscribe, This is what you get with PRO:


Conclusion:
I don't like to pay for a VPN so I just use windscribe until my bandwidth is done and then I switch to Proton VPN until the end of the month and once my bandwidth is reset in windscribe I repeat the same process. If you want to pay for a VPN then I would recommend windscribe since you get more for cheaper :)
 
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blinkblare

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HideMyAss! Nice one. It's one of the largest VPN providers owned by Avast.
Jus Hola, its a pretty one and easy to use too.

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Thinking of getting a VPN for general safety/encryption and Netflix US library unlock. Could anyone suggest a good provider for this matter? I tried searching for one, but with so many choices I feel lost. :(

I'm on a tight budget, so looking only at cheaper options.
Are you also open to using an RDP, if yes then I would recommend using EC2 from amazon, I once used their free trial version for one year.
 
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