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[Stacksocial.com] 3 years Windscribe VPN pro for $12.37 USD!

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3 years Windscribe VPN pro for $12.37 USD!

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$12.37 USD
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Stacksocial.com
Just found a coupon code for Windscribe that is supposed to be expired but works! Use code MMSAVE to bring down the already discounted vpn from $22.49 to $12.37. I would imagine it works with the yearly and lifetime also.
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Got this a few months ago at 18$ on stacksocial as well.

Lots of people came back to me with negative stuff but none of that stuff applied to me so far. I'm getting great speeds, there's a Netflix server, Torrents work and its very easy to use
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What is torrents t speed? Pia I got 2mb/s
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I've never used stacksocial before, but I've seen it on here. How does it work if I already have a windscribe account - do they just send a voucher code or something? Also, I'm seeing the price on there as $22.49, not $12.37 USD?
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porchemasi wrote:
Apr 16th, 2018 10:32 am
What is torrents t speed? Pia I got 2mb/s
Will always depend on the file but I've had some single torrents go up to 12MB/s (Not mbps!). Was super impressed. The SOCKS5 connections however are a bit iffy and don't always work too well, but at least they do.
DonJoe wrote:
Apr 16th, 2018 10:37 am
I've never used stacksocial before, but I've seen it on here. How does it work if I already have a windscribe account - do they just send a voucher code or something? Also, I'm seeing the price on there as $22.49, not $12.37 USD?
I had a trial account before signing up and just added the license to my account painlessly. See the coupon code in OP
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daviiiiiid wrote:
Apr 16th, 2018 10:42 am
I had a trial account before signing up and just added the license to my account painlessly. See the coupon code in OP
Can't believe I missed that. And yep, just did it; it was as easy as adding a voucher code. Cheers!
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porchemasi wrote:
Apr 16th, 2018 10:32 am
What is torrents t speed? Pia I got 2mb/s
It is a bit of a waste to use a full VPN connection just for torrents, especially here in Canada where nobody has yet been found by courts to infringe copyright by simply torrenting.
For torrents, Windscribe offers (included with a VPN Pro subscription like the one in the OP) a SOCKS5 proxy service, which simply spoofs the IP displayed by your Torrent client, without the need for any encryption or rerouting of actual download/upload streams. With your real IP not being visible, copyright owners will never know who is doing the torrenting.
With SOCKS5, your maximum torrenting speed is whatever your internet provider provisions on your line.
Using Windscribe's Netherlands SOCKS5 proxy, I always download (well-seeded) torrents at the maximum speed of my DSL line. Their USA SOCKS5 proxy is iffy sometimes.
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daviiiiiid wrote:
Apr 16th, 2018 10:25 am
Got this a few months ago at 18$ on stacksocial as well.

Lots of people came back to me with negative stuff but none of that stuff applied to me so far. I'm getting great speeds, there's a Netflix server, Torrents work and its very easy to use
i did too, then it got an update a few weeks ago and made a huge difference for me, fast, reliable, no drops anymore.
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Thanks! So far ive only been using it on pc with 15gb free space but im thinking to set it up on a separate router like an AP and just connect my NAS to it.
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I can attest Windscribe works in China, was using the crappy 10 gb free version on my phone and PC. wish it was cheaper though for lifetime.
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newbie question.

#1) my router can setup VPN (asus n66r). Once it is setup in the router. Do I need to setup my all device?
#2) Does people setup their router or per their devices? (example tv box android, fireTV, chrome PC or tablet (wifi))?
#3) does this make kodi's apps less loading when viewing online video? Internet performance will be better?

Please... I still trying learn ...when we need VPN services....beside hiding our ip.

Thank you.

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