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[AirVPN] "Happy Birthday" Discount

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"Happy Birthday" Discount

Deal Link:
Expiry:
June 14, 2019
Retailer:
AirVPN
There's an AirVPN "Happy Birthday" discount coupon: BIRTHDAY2019
The discounts are for plans:

One year:
39.20 €(3.27 €/m), 53% discount
58.87 cad (4.91 cad/m)

Two years:
63.20 €(2.63 €/m), 62% discount
94.92 cad (3.95 cad/m)

Three years:
79.20 €(2.20 €/m), 68% discount
118.95 cad (3.30 cad/m)

Up to 5 simultaneous connections.
This VPN has the port forwarding feature, which other VPN don't offer (useful for some BitTorrent and eMule clients to be connectable).
More AirVPN features explained in here: https://airvpn.org/

(eur to cad conversion according to google finances at 2019-06-09)

Edit: corrected conversion in cad
Last edited by samuelb on Jun 9th, 2019 11:18 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Math is wrong on average monthly costs.
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I quickly looked though their website and couldn't find it. Do they offer split tunneling on Windows with their client app?
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samuelb wrote:
Jun 9th, 2019 12:12 pm
There's an AirVPN "Happy Birthday" discount coupon: BIRTHDAY2019
The discounts are for plans:
......
Up to 5 simultaneous connections.
This VPN has the port forwarding feature, which other VPN don't offer (useful for some BitTorrent and eMule clients to be connectable).
More AirVPN features explained in here: https://airvpn.org/
Oh, many other VPN providers offer Port Forwarding, either included, or as extra [charged] feature..

But this is one of the most reliable and trusted VPN providers out there, and not very often on discounts.

So thumbs up [even if it is still pricey!]
"Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity".
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riffr aff wrote:
Jun 9th, 2019 1:14 pm
Math is wrong on average monthly costs.
Thanks, just re did the whole conversion again, so prices now are correct.
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max011 wrote:
Jun 9th, 2019 10:36 pm
Oh, many other VPN providers offer Port Forwarding, either included, or as extra [charged] feature..

But this is one of the most reliable and trusted VPN providers out there, and not very often on discounts.

So thumbs up [even if it is still pricey!]
Just out of curiosity, which VPN providers would you consider reliable, trusted and not pricey with port forwarding.
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alpovs wrote:
Jun 9th, 2019 1:20 pm
I quickly looked though their website and couldn't find it. Do they offer split tunneling on Windows with their client app?
Seems not supported by the client itself for windows, but possible on linux:
"This is not possible on Windows without special network hacks like ForceBindIP"
https://airvpn.org/forums/topic/20695-split-tunneling/
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samuelb wrote:
Jun 9th, 2019 11:23 pm
Just out of curiosity, which VPN providers would you consider reliable, trusted and not pricey with port forwarding.
Well, I never stated that ANY TRUSTED VPN provider is offering Port Forwarding, right? Smiling Face With Open Mouth

IMHO _maybe_ PIA is the one of a few. But then, again, people will start discussing 5 eyes, 14 eyes and such, "have logs" "don't have logs"... So no one can say for sure.
"Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity".
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Just for comparison purposes, I purchased a 1-year sub during 2017 Black Friday and it came out to be 35.10 € and then a 2-year sub during 2018 Black Friday for 54.60 €.

So the deals are slightly better compared to the birthday sale. Obviously no guarantees if this year's BF will be the same.
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I'll provide the form of questions from every VPN thread:

Does it Netflix? _______.
Does it P2P? _______.
Does it keep logs? _______.
How many servers? _______.
Client or manual input? _______.
Can you use Ebates?_______.
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ChippewaBarr wrote:
Jun 10th, 2019 3:24 pm
I'll provide the form of questions from every VPN thread:

Does it Netflix? _______.
Does it P2P? _______.
Does it keep logs? _______.
How many servers? _______.
Client or manual input? _______.
Can you use Ebates?_______.
So many questions... :)
Are you aggregating the responses somewhere?
Do you know of "the site" that compares VPNs, not sure if I'm allowed to put the URL in here

Does it Netflix? Netflix USA according to this thread https://airvpn.org/forums/topic/28887-u ... ment-76147
Does it P2P? Yes
Does it keep logs? No
How many servers? 215 servers in 19 countries
Client or manual input? not sure if this is what you mean, they do have a client or you can download the ovpn files
Can you use Ebates? No
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max011 wrote:
Jun 10th, 2019 2:39 pm
Well, I never stated that ANY TRUSTED VPN provider is offering Port Forwarding, right? Smiling Face With Open Mouth

IMHO _maybe_ PIA is the one of a few. But then, again, people will start discussing 5 eyes, 14 eyes and such, "have logs" "don't have logs"... So no one can say for sure.
Just wanted to know which ones you were referring to.
When I did my research I ended up with two finalists: AirVPN and Mullvad
So ended up with AirVPN because I see more comments, not negative, about it.
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samuelb wrote:
Jun 10th, 2019 6:47 pm
So many questions... :)
Are you aggregating the responses somewhere?
Do you know of "the site" that compares VPNs, not sure if I'm allowed to put the URL in here
Lol I'm not, but we really should! I'm surprised we don't have an ongoing VPN thread (maybe we do?) since those questions are the usual suspects.

And which site? I used to use one back in the day lol it was black background with a bunch of colour coding but I can't even remember the name sadly...maybe it's the same!
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samuelb wrote:
Jun 10th, 2019 6:47 pm
So many questions... :)
Are you aggregating the responses somewhere?
Do you know of "the site" that compares VPNs, not sure if I'm allowed to put the URL in here

Does it Netflix? Netflix USA according to this thread https://airvpn.org/forums/topic/28887-u ... ment-76147
Does it P2P? Yes
Does it keep logs? No
How many servers? 215 servers in 19 countries
Client or manual input? not sure if this is what you mean, they do have a client or you can download the ovpn files
Can you use Ebates? No
There are a few of such sites. THIS SPREADSHEET is pretty comprehensive, however no mention of Port Forwarding, and for me it's a big fail... Otherwise, pretty good chart worth looking at...

It's compiled by thebestvpn.com crew and I tend to trust their reviews [to the point]...

Edit: These are not commercial links, so I do believe it's not problem posting it...
"Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity".

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