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This article was published on August 16, 2017


    Industry-leading VPN coverage at home or work — for less than $2.50 a month

    Industry-leading VPN coverage at home or work — for less than $2.50 a month
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    Hot deals courtesy of The Next Web. Hot deals courtesy of The Next Web.

    In the realm of virtual private networks (VPNs), Private Internet Access not only looms as an unquestioned industry leader in protecting your online activities, but with deals like this two-year subscription for only $59.95 (63 percent off its regular price), it’s also one of the most affordable VPN services as well. Take an additional 15 percent off with coupon code, “PIA15”.

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    Your coverage will be good for up to five devices, blocks unwanted connections, circumvents geo-locked content restrictions, stops ads, trackers and malware (with the new MACE feature), and even includes an automatic kill switch that’ll instantly sever your web traffic if the PIA connection should drop without warning.

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