Watch USA Netflix With Private Internet Access VPN - £2.11p/m + 3 Months Free!
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Pay £56.99 for all this which is usually £269.73 so works out at a massive saving of 79% on the usual price and only £2.11 per month over the course of 2 years.
With this deal, you can watch Netflix from 6 different countries including America, Canada, France, Germany, Australia & Japan (You need to have a UK Netflix active subscription already)
Private Internet Access have 16893+ servers in 74 countries so you can unblock and access all content from streaming services including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and more by bypassing geographical restrictions and making you appear as you are in the country that you want to access the services from. This is also true for YouTube and you can also play online games that may be blocked in the UK
Protect your identity by keeping your data encrypted and away from the snooping eyes of your current internet service provider, spammers and hackers. This is now more important than ever, with lots of people working from home in the current situation. It also blocks those annoying adverts, trackers and potentially harmful malware too.
With Private Internet Access VPN, you can use it on ten different devices at the same time so this should cover all the phones, consoles, laptops and tablets in your house. It is available on over 35 different operating systems including Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Linux, Chrome, FireFox, Opera and many more and also has a strict "no logs" policy in place and it will never record your activity. If you find you do not like it or it's not for you, there is also a 30 day money back guarantee so you have nothing to loose.
Private Internet Access is based in the USA and is used and trusted by all of these top companies. CNET rated it as ‘Spectacular,’ and it has got PC Mag’s Editors Choice award for the past 5 years as well.