VPN unlimited is having a special for 30$ us. Lifetime VPN it seems. Has anyone had experience with this particular service? Would you recommend or no. I've never used a VPN but have been wanting to get one for a while. The deal won't be around for long. Thoughts and opinions please.
30 dollars for a lifetime membership smells of honeypot. Sounds to good to be true. To maintain quality servers I would expect to not have a lifetime option for payment. Could also be a scam to get your moneys.
That one does seem to good to be true and logging user data...meh I currently use PIA(Private Internet Access) and have for the past several years, but I may look for something else in February when my year is up. Not that I am dissatisfied with PIA, I just want to try another service for comparison.
Because most VPS companies have data caps, and for the same money you can just get a yearly sub to a VPN company which doesnt.
FWIW I have used FrootVPN since TPB had it on its homepage way back when. Its a paid service now but only $35 a year, no logs, and decent speeds. They do have server downtime issues in certain areas but for the most part I just use another one of their servers when that happens. I cant complain about their service thus far.
I guess it would be nice to break out of a restricted network, but as soon as you start doing questionable shit, you get a party van outside your front door.
I'm in the same boat. They're good, but I may be checking out something else, maybe vypr or so, just for anon status. I'm building a terminal server project for one of the high school geek groups that I volunteer with. They're going to to be getting an l2tp tunnel to whatever VPN service I choose to use, so I can get them off the restricted school network.
Looking for something that's robust and can push/pull at least 100mbps.
I have tried Private Internet Access, Express VPN, and AirVPN. I am currently on AirVPN. They are pretty good but I would recommend closely watching the billing cycle. They have shorted me a couple of days here and there.
Most distros have a package for openvpn-network-manager that pretty much takes care of everything. And most VPN services worth two cents have preconfigured openvpn files that you just import as a new connection in network manager. The AirVPN preconfigs take a few changes to work properly but it is not hard.