Save 71% off a lifetime subscription to VPNGhost via Neowin Deals

Today's highlighted deal comes from our Web Services section of Neowin Deals, and lets you save 71% off a lifetime subscription to VPNGhost. Sit back, relax and enjoy private, high-speed, unrestricted Internet

What's it all about?

VPNGhost is proud to offer all the freedom and protection of a VPN, without the slowdown. Connect to their protected servers in three simple steps, and surf the Web without the threat of surveillance or hackers stealing your data. Plus with no geo-restrictions, you can finally access any site or streaming service anywhere in the world.

  • Enjoy no bandwidth limits or data caps
  • Surf the Web at blazing speeds with 1Gbps uplink connection
  • Rest assured that you activity is not being logged
  • Stay anonymous online
  • Connect to multiple servers worldwide: USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Singapore, Australia, Japan & Russia
  • Mask your IP address so your online presence cannot be intercepted, monitored or recorded
  • Safely connect from public hotspots

How does it work? Below is a short intro for VPNGhost.

How do you benefit?

A lifetime subscription to VPNGhost normally retails at $88, but you can get it for just $25 for a limited time. 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.

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Not for you?

That's OK. If this offer doesn't interest you, why not check out our giveaways on the Neowin Deals web site? There's also a bunch of freebies you can grab here, as well as other great tech-related deals.

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