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Deal: VPN.asia lifetime subscription – 86% off
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Deal: VPN.asia lifetime subscription – 86% off

Have you ever wanted to connect to a network but didn't have the permission to do it? Well now you can with this simple, effective and highly affordable VPN.asia lifetime subscription. Get it right here, right now for only $49 – that's 86 percent off – in our AndroidPIT Deals Store.

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Don't miss out on this deal.  / © AndroidPIT

When you browse the Internet, you leave footprints that hackers, corporations, and government agencies can use to collect your personal information. That's where VPN.asia comes in. Allowing you to browse anonymously with AES-256 data encryption and SHA-256 hash authentication, VPN.asia gives you absolute control over your browsing experience without slowing your connection to a crawl. Here is what BestVPN says about it: "With excellent support, plenty of servers and good connection speeds, not to mention strong encryption and a good Windows client, VPN.Asia is a well-rounded VPN service with plenty on offer." Sounds legit? It really is one not to be missed. 

This package includes:

  • Browse anonymously with mobile, tablet or desktop devices with a single click
  • Access blocked websites securely from anywhere in the world
  • Share Peer2Peer (like with BitTorrent) considerably more securely
  • Download and stream content from all over the world safely & anonymously
  • Connect to any of 40+ servers in 30 countries around the world
  • Use VPN.asia with up to 5 devices simultaneously

Don't miss out on this great deal. Get it right here and now for only $49 – that's 86 percent off – in our AndroidPIT Deals Store.

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  • steve Sep 17, 2016 Link to comment

    As my old granny used to say "something that sounds to good to be true usually is". A life times subscription what's the catch?