[Deal Alert] Get A Lifetime ProXPN Premium VPN License With No Restrictions On Torrent Traffic For $39

[Deal Alert] Get A Lifetime ProXPN Premium VPN License With No Restrictions On Torrent Traffic For $39

[Deal Alert] Get A Lifetime ProXPN Premium VPN License With No Restrictions On Torrent Traffic For $39

3 comments 📅21 November 2013, 02:45


[Deal Alert] Get A Lifetime ProXPN Premium VPN License With No Restrictions On Torrent Traffic For $39
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Hey, you don’t have to explain to me why you want a VPN account. In an age where people are increasingly concerned about what companies do with their data, being compromised by hackers, and government surveillance, I’m not going to give you a hard time for wanting your privacy. Huh? You just want to torrent some stuff? Oh, well, whatever, sure, yeah, you can do that too.

StackSocial is currently offering a lifetime ProXPN Premium license for a meager $39. StackSocial calls this a discount down from $375. The prices you will see on ProXPN’s website range from $29.95 for three months to $74.95 for twelve. Here you’re getting a lifetime of use for a little more than the cost of three months.

ProXPN does offer a free plan, but it doesn’t support mobile devices. You also can’t use it for torrents, and you will find significantly slower speeds. Here’s the provided comparison.

ProXPN

This deal is valid for another ten hours. Get in on it while you can.

License Description:

  • License deadline: redeem within 30 days of purchase
  • Use up to 4 devices (though each device must use a different server location)
  • No restrictions on torrent traffic
  • No logs kept
  • Updates included
  • Length of access: lifetime

3 Comments

  1. 
Kristian Ivanov
    24 November 2013, 02:45 Kristian Ivanov

    Kind’a sounds like the Sam and Max demo where the devs gave you episode 4 to play for free, which just throws you somewhere with no context or explanation and expects you to magically know.
    There’s also the part where for example, Grim Fandango – 60 seconds is enough to see 2-3 scree1 of the game, 1-2 at best if you actually talk to someone and 1 if you try to explore.

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  2. 
John Smith
    28 November 2013, 02:45 John Smith

    Does it fix the problem with Freedom Hack bypassing the IAP check ?
    see http://stackoverflow.com/questio1/21966369/protecting-in-app-purchases-from-freedom-hack

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  3. 
marcusmarcus2
    29 November 2013, 02:45 marcusmarcus2

    Or they didn’t report it because they are in the US, thus did not get the email themselves. Or no one outside the US tipped them about it. Or only one pe1on tipped them and because AP is written by US people, they were not able to validate the tip, thus did not report on it.

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