If you want to browse in private, you’re going to need a VPN. If you’re on public WiFi at the library or a coffee shop, anyone can look at your unencrypted traffic. Even when you’re online at home, your ISP and government might very well be snooping on your day-to-day activities. Thankfully, investing in a VPN is incredibly affordable. Take advantage of today’s deal from NordVPN, and you can get an entire year of service for less than $3 per month.
• Get Three Years of NordVPN Service for just $99 (Coupon code: 3ydeal)
Of course, VPNs aren’t particularly useful if they’re slow and restrictive, right? NordVPN delivers fast and easy-to-use service from servers in 61 countries. Even if you’re using peer-to-peer services for large files, you won’t suffer from a slow, throttled connection. The entire process is smooth from tip to tail.
Normally, the three-year plan lists at $430.20, but when you use coupon code “3ydeal” during checkout, the price will drop down to just $99 — only $2.75 a month – the lowest price we’ve ever seen from NordVPN.
And since NordVPN accepts Bitcoin for payment, it’s easier for political dissidents and whistle blowers to get VPN access. It’s not perfectly anonymous, but it’s a valuable option for those who need VPNs the most.
Note: Terms and conditions apply. See the NordVPN site for more information.
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