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Bag yourself 3 months free with our exclusive Surfshark VPN deal

If you've been on the lookout for the best VPN, you'll no doubt have come across a certain provider called Surfshark. Founded in 2018, it has rapidly ascended to the upper echelon of the VPN world thanks to its ease of use, great privacy, and stellar streaming performance.

It's also super affordable, even at full price. However, right now TechRadar readers can claim one of the best VPN deals we've seen in a while: 3 months free on the 2-year plan. That drops the equivalent monthly price to just $2.21 a month.

When compared to Surfshark's closest rivals in terms of quality and privacy, this is quite simply a steal. However, this exclusive deal is only available to readers of TechRadar, and our close friends at Tom's Guide and Android Central. 

Oh, and it's only available for 2 weeks – so if you're in need of a VPN, now is definitely the time. More info below. 


Surfshark | 27 months | $11.95 $2.21 per month
83% off - Rated as our top cheap VPN and third-best provider overall, Surfshark's ability is beyond its bargain price – and an extra three months free is the cherry on top. For less than $60 all in you'll get 2 years and 3 months of excellent VPN cover, alongside plenty of features and great live chat support.View Deal

VPN deals: what you can do with a VPN

There are loooooads of VPN uses. Virtual Private Networks allow bypass geo-restricted content. So if you wanted to watch a Netflix show that is geo-restricted to a location, a VPN changes your IP address so your device gets tricked into thinking its in a different location. Make sure to check out our Netflix VPN guide if your primary reason for a VPN is streaming, while they're also brilliant for letting you watch sport and shows that are only available overseas.

Some people will be more concerned about the fact VPNs help you browse the internet securely. A VPN uses encryption technology that basically means you're browsing and activity will be anonymous. So if you're worried about your cyber security, a VPN is definitely the way to go.

Beyond that, they help get around blocked websites and apps in countries that ban them, assist in secure online banking and shopping (especially on public Wi-Fi) and have even been known to get around broadband bandwidth throttling and bag cheaper flights on comparison sites, too.



Source: TechRadar

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