Last chance to save 67% off a two-year VPN subscription to NordVPN

Today we're revisiting a great offer from the Neowin Deals store due to its popularity the first time around: 67% off a two-year VPN subscription to NordVPN.

Description

Don’t fall victim to Internet hackers while using public Wi-Fi, protect your data and browse anonymously with NordVPN. Say goodbye to Internet browsing restrictions, and hello to private unrestricted access.

  • All data sent through NordVPN’s private tunnels is double encrypted (double data SSL-based 2048-bit encryption), keeping you anonymous and hiding your information
  • Secures any Internet connection: public Wi-Fi hotspots, cellular networks & more
  • Bypass content restrictions and stay anonymous
  • Strict no-log policy: your activity is not recorded anywhere
  • 43+ worldwide server locations in 25 different countries for online access anywhere
  • High speed connections for streaming video and content access
  • Easy to use and set up; custom versions for each specific device
  • Automatic kill switch shuts down your site as soon as the VPN connection drops, so no data is revealed
  • All DNS queries stay secure and protected
  • Secret notes that auto-destroy & encrypted chat function
  • Connect two devices simultaneously
  • No limit on data
  • Web proxy extension for Google Chrome

A two-year subscription to NordVPN normally costs $120, but can now be picked up for just $39 on the Neowin Deals store. You can also get an additional $10 credit by sharing the deal with friends, but please note, this is the last chance to pick up this discount, as this deal ends in two days.

If this offer doesn't interest you, why not check out our pick your own Premium Android giveaway, and other giveaways on the Neowin Deals web site? There's also a bunch of freebies you can check out here.

Disclosure: This is a StackCommerce deal in partnership with Neowin.

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