NordVPN Discounts Its 3-Year Subscription To $99

NordVPN is currently offering up three years of its VPN service for just $99. That works out to around $2.75 per month. That's a huge discount - around 77-percent - from its regular price of around $11.95 per month for its VPN service. Now there is also a 2-year subscription that is also hugely discounted, coming in at $79 or $3.29 per month. However, the 3-year subscription is definitely the better deal, especially since a VPN is one of those necessities that everyone needs.

So what exactly is a VPN? Well it stands for Virtual Private Network. Essentially, it allows you to browse the internet privately, even while on public WiFi networks - like those you'd find at Starbucks, Burger King and elsewhere. This is important because open networks are easy to hack and take your data. This is why security researchers stress to never do things like, log in to your bank account while on a public, free WiFi network. As that information can be stolen and you've basically just thrown your money away. The main reason to get a VPN is to protect your internet browsing, as this is able to hide what you're doing from your ISP. But another reason is to unblock geolocation restrictions. Say you want to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup on BBC, but you're located in the US which Fox has the exclusive rights to the World Cup. Well you can open up NordVPN and connect to their London server and watch the games from BBC there. This is also one of the very few VPNs that works with Netflix, so you can access another country's catalog as well.

NordVPN is actually one of the largest VPN providers out there. Offering over 4600 servers in 62 countries. So there is more than likely a server that will work for you. The company also offers up some pretty stellar customer support that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So whenever you are having an issue NordVPN's customer service will be there to help you out.

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