Last chance to save 96% off a lifetime TigerVPN Lite subscription via Neowin Deals

Today on offer via our Web Services section of Neowin Deals, it's your last chance to save 96% off a TigerVPN Lite lifetime subscription. Make the Internet a safe place with anonymous and unrestricted browsing.

What's it all about?

The Internet can be a scary place, packed full of hackers, government spies, identity thieves, and other degenerates. TigerVPN protects you from cyber crimes, and guarantees that your Internet activity stays anonymous. How? Connect to TigerVPN Lite’s 15 servers worldwide to get fast, private access—free from location restrictions. Yes, that means you can have your Netflix and watch it too no matter what country you’re visiting.

  • Provides top-notch security
  • Encrypts all your browsing with a 256bit SSL encryption
  • Includes 10Gbps servers optimized to limit latency globally
  • Offers access to 15 nodes: Amsterdam, Atlanta, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Denver, Frankfurt, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Miami, Montreal, New York, Toronto, Vienna & Zurich
  • Doesn’t limit your data; plus bandwidth health detection maintains performance at peak times
  • Includes easy-to-use mobile apps
  • Allows for a choice in encryption protocol – PPTP, L2TP, OpenVPN, etc.

How do you benefit?

A Lifetime Subscription to TigerVPN Lite normally retails at $790, but you can pick it up for just $29 for the next two days. In addition, if you refer this deal via social media (below the 'Add to cart' button) which results in a purchase, you'll get $10 credit added to your Neowin Deals store account.

Get this deal (last chance) or learn more about it.


Not for you?

That's OK, if this offer doesn't interest or apply to you, why not check out our Surface Book Giveaway and other giveaways on the Neowin Deals web site? There's also always a bunch of freebies you can check out and pick up here.

Disclosure: This is a StackCommerce deal in partnership with Neowin; an account at StackCommerce is required to participate in any giveaways or deals. For a full description of StackCommerce's privacy guidelines, go here.

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