VPN.sh - $14/year - 100GB - 17 Locations

VPN.SH

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Hey vpsBoard!

At VPN.sh we've got some new locations and an offer to go with it! Get a VPN in 17 locations with access to PPTP, L2TP and OpenVPN.

This is great for streaming, and for having access to a variety of locations for a great price.

Get your VPN for just £9/year ($14) - Order Link

All accounts come with 100GB bandwidth per month and this is shared across all locations, so you can use any of the locations, we don't believe in limiting to just one! You can also use up to 3 concurrent sessions meaning that you can use your VPN simultaneously on multiple devices to ensure maximum security wherever you are.

Our locations are as follows:

  • USA x5 (Chicago, Florida, Indiana, Los Angeles, New Jersey)
  • Germany x2 (Frankfurt and Dusseldorf)
  • UK
  • Canada
  • Switzerland
  • Estonia
  • Iceland
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Moldova
  • New Zealand
  • Singapore
Payment Methods: PayPal/Google Checkout/Debit or Credit Card (Stripe)

£9/year (Converts to just under $14) - Order Link
 

Thanks, and enjoy!

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NOTE: All of our clients get access to all of our locations, regardless of when you sign up. So if you sign up today, you'll also get access to all of our future locations as and when they are added. We cannot guarantee this offer will remain in place for long though, so if there are locations you are interested in that we do not have, drop us a line and we'll be able to let you know whether or not it's likely to be added soon, so that you can still get this pricing. Conversion rates as of 22nd June 2013 is £9 GBP == $13.88 USD
 
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jarland

The ocean is digital
Love this service. Access to all locations is what really makes it stand apart I think. This is a huge benefit when I travel as I frequently find it true that:


A. I want just a tad more security than directly communicating with the local router.


B. Local ISP hiccups can be annoying and bypassed by making my requests through a location that gets around them.
 
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