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[StackSocial] $14.99: FastestVPN: Lifetime Subscription

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Sep 5, 2015
176 posts
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Calgary, AB

$14.99: FastestVPN: Lifetime Subscription

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$14.99: FastestVPN: Lifetime Subscription (2 Devices)
$19.99: FastestVPN: Lifetime Subscription (5 Devices)
$34.99: FastestVPN: Lifetime Subscription (10 Devices)
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Newbie
Mar 5, 2018
62 posts
73 upvotes
Gets popcorn, takes seat.
Let the VPN (with name I've not heard of with review from website X) discussion/war begin
Deal Addict
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Oct 13, 2009
1342 posts
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They're located in Caman Islands, no tracking.

Reviews say they aren't the fastest but passable.
Wallet safe :rolleyes:
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Feb 10, 2007
11712 posts
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in before someone mentions, "my lifetime or their lifetime"
[self promotion rule violation, removed twice already][self promotion rule violation, removed twice already]Trolling or Threadcrapping Trolling - woooooooo 3k on a laptop woooooooo 3k on a laptop woooooooo 3k on a laptop woooooooo 3k on a laptop
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Jul 2, 2001
3516 posts
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GTA
Next week a deal at BestVPN...
Member
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Dec 17, 2014
236 posts
122 upvotes
Been using the 2 device lifetime deal for 6 months now. I setup a dd-wrt router and get 1 Mb/s with fastestvpn. Same as I got with Windscribe. I haven't used either of their clients.

I say good deal!
Sr. Member
Oct 31, 2006
588 posts
224 upvotes
Is it suitable for IPTV ?
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Member
Dec 23, 2006
224 posts
195 upvotes
shabby wrote: Next week a deal at BestVPN...
It sucks badly compared to BestestVPN
Member
Jun 10, 2017
492 posts
681 upvotes
With all the clowning aside, I got the 5 device deal about 6 months ago for $15 (not much to lose).
Not the fastest, but definitely passable.. I was getting about 6~8MB/s or 48~64mbps downloading torrents.
Given the going price for a decent vpn these days, I'd say I already got my moneys worth.. It's all winning from here.
I jumped on it after reading all the reviews I could find and the big problem they had was packet leaking.. Which is a serious issue with any vpn.. But I read they had since fixed it, so hence I got it to compare with windscribe.
Newbie
Jun 9, 2018
4 posts
1 upvote
I am using it from 6 months. Recently used it for torrents.. pretty decent speeds. 8-10MBps (64-80mbps). And some servers show 170mbps on speedtest.net

Took 2 Devices subscription for 13.50. basically same deal as this + a 10% new user coupon on stacksocial.

Happy with it so far. Actually feeling bad that I should have taken the 5 devices plan.
Newbie
Mar 5, 2017
80 posts
52 upvotes
vancouver
I took the 5 device plan in Jun from Stack Social for $15. after some research.
I use it on my Firestick for Kodi and for Qbittorrent.
On my laptop I use the Openvpn client that is easy to set up.
It has a killswitch.
There is an update I just downloaded for Windows which is a nicer GUI.
Member
Jan 6, 2008
362 posts
119 upvotes
Toronto
My 2 cents on FastestVPN: I have been using it on Mac, mobile devices and Synology.

Things I like:
- For me, using US and CAN servers, results in high speed - 9/10MBps (yes - upper case B! I have only 100Mbps internet connection). So speed is great for those servers
- That's pretty much it with things I like Smiling Face With Open Mouth

Things I don't like:
- On Synology (setup as per their instructions) connection drops after a while and does not reconnect, even though it is set up to reconnect automatically
- On Synology - the TCP connection is snail-slow; have to use UDP but, again, it disconnects after a while. Bottom line, I cannot use FastestVPN on Synology
- Any other server non-US and non-CAN speed is awful - like 1 - 2 Mbps
- On Mac, if you enable VPN from the menu bar, it disconnects randomly - so you have to keep an eye to make sure you are still connected - awful
- Also on Mac, if you enable VPN from the actual desktop app, you cannot disconnect from the menu bar - WTH??? If you try to do it, it disconnects and reconnects automatically
In comparison, I have VPN with usenetserver which is rock-solid. No buts, no coconuts

If I would have the option, I would not go with FastestVPN, myself.

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