Stop Paying Monthly. XDA Recommends TigerVPN: Lifetime Subscription
It’s hard to find a trustworthy VPN service that is dedicated to keeping your internet traffic out of the hands of your internet service provider AND the government. With new laws in the U.S. allowing ISPs to sell your internet history to advertisers, it’s more important than ever to make sure you’re behind a VPN. A lifetime subscription to TigerVPN is normally priced at $780. Right now we have this deal on the XDA Depot for only $29. Here is everything that is included in this package.
- Provides military grade encryption & privacy protection for all of your devices & gadgets
- Maintains high connection speeds thanks to low latency servers w/ up to 10Gbps connectivity
- Features native apps for Windows, Mac, Android, & iOS
- Includes 15 VPN nodes across 11 countries
- Gives you the freedom of protocol choice, including OpenVPN, L2TP, IPSec, & PPTP
- Shields you from other VPN users w/ a NAT Firewall
- Offers maximum security due to shared IPs (IP-Mashing)
Use TigerVPN to bypass geo restrictions and website filters. If you live in a country where internet access is censored or if you travel often, you’ll find yourself needing a high speed VPN. With over 300 servers in 62 cities covering 42 countries, you’ll have a great connection almost everywhere. TigerVPN also lets you choose which country you’re routing your traffic through.
TigerVPN is simple to use with a one-click setup. You can use the desktop software or the mobile app to get connected without any technical work.
This VPN service maintains a 4.7/5 rating from 1067 verfied reviews. People are using TigerVPN on their Mac, Windows, iOS and Android devices.
Featured in Engadget, CNET, Techradar, MakeUseOf, Techspot, Geekwire, Top10BestVPN, VPNMentor, and The Next Web 4.7/5 Stars, Verified Reviews
Spice up your Internet access and defend your right to privacy with TigerVPN. With their military grade encryption software for Windows,
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