What VPN do you use, if any?

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Johnnyy

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I'm planning to buy a VPN next month. I'm interested in knowing what the best VPN's are
So, tell me, what vpn do YOU use? Will you keep on using it when your subscription expires? Why or why not?

You can obviously name vpn's you don't use.
 

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ProtonVPN has a free option with very limited servers, but when you sign up they automatically give you a free 7-day trial of their relatively inexpensive upgraded service. Only an email address to get started. I'm on the 7-day trial now, and so far so good. It's an easy one to check out.
 

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So, tell me, what vpn do YOU use? Will you keep on using it when your subscription expires? Why or why not?

I use PIA. I think it is around $50 USD a year. It works on all OS platforms.

If your subscription expires, It will no longer work. :rolleyes:
 

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I'm planning to buy a VPN next month. I'm interested in knowing what the best VPN's are
So, tell me, what vpn do YOU use? Will you keep on using it when your subscription expires? Why or why not?

You can obviously name vpn's you don't use.
or try express VPN. this is the best gaming vpn.
 
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I do plan on renewing my subscription when it expires because I value my online privacy. But, if you're specifically looking for a VPN for price tracking, it's worth considering buying proxies instead. Proxies are designed specifically for this purpose and can be more cost-effective in the long run. I've used this proxy for my proxy needs and they have great proxy pricing options available. As for VPN's I don't use, I've heard mixed reviews about CyberGhost and I haven't personally tried it, but it's worth looking into if you're interested. Ultimately, it's all about finding the right fit for your needs and budget.
 
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