VPN Unlimited Deal $ 15 with Coupon

vyasvyas OGContent Writer

Stacksocial is offering KeepSolid VPN Unlimited: If you use the coupon "VPNUMAY15" you get a $24 discount. So the $39 price becomes $15.

Note this is a "lifetime" deal, but at this price, even for 1 year, 5 devices, a good deal..

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  • SolaireSolaire Design TeamOG

    Paging VPN addict @Ympker . Yay or nay?

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  • @Solaire said:
    Paging VPN addict @Ympker . Yay or nay?

    He said Yay

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  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer
    edited May 27

    @sonic said:

    @Solaire said:
    Paging VPN addict @Ympker . Yay or nay?

    He said Yay

    Yay. Lately, I have even seen better speeds (on avg.) from Keepsolid than from Windscribe Premium.

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  • SolaireSolaire Design TeamOG

    Cheers!

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  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer

    @Solaire said:

    Cheers!

    Welcome to the family ;) The only hassle/thing to remember with Keepsolid is that if you added 5 devices (or your max. device count) you have to login to User Area to delete a device if you want to add a new one. You can delete only 1 per 7 days. But that's normally not a problem. I once bought an upgrade since it still became a hassle with Family and my devices so I can have 10 devices now.

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  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    Lol..

    Thanks @Ympker for the posts, and @Solaire as long as you don’t get bothered by the 5 device limit, enjoy

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  • @Ympker said:

    @Solaire said:

    Cheers!

    Welcome to the family ;) The only hassle/thing to remember with Keepsolid is that if you added 5 devices (or your max. device count) you have to login to User Area to delete a device if you want to add a new one. You can delete only 1 per 7 days. But that's normally not a problem. I once bought an upgrade since it still became a hassle with Family and my devices so I can have 10 devices now.

    Why dont buy 2nd account? Isnt it cheaper than upgrade to 10 devices limit?

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  • SolaireSolaire Design TeamOG
    edited May 27

    @vyas said: and @Solaire as long as you don’t get bothered by the 5 device limit, enjoy

    Nah, a device is strictly speaking an active device. I can use the same certificate on multiple devices as long as they're not simultaneously connected. Since I run most of my stuff in Docker I can just spin up an OpenVPN client container and route a bunch of applications over it's network, utilizing only 1 "device".

    Worst case I can setup a VLAN on my router and have my router act as 1 single device for all the devices I have at my place.

    Then again, I don't plan on using it much and at select devices.

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  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer
    edited May 27

    @sonic said:

    @Ympker said:

    @Solaire said:

    Cheers!

    Welcome to the family ;) The only hassle/thing to remember with Keepsolid is that if you added 5 devices (or your max. device count) you have to login to User Area to delete a device if you want to add a new one. You can delete only 1 per 7 days. But that's normally not a problem. I once bought an upgrade since it still became a hassle with Family and my devices so I can have 10 devices now.

    Why dont buy 2nd account? Isnt it cheaper than upgrade to 10 devices limit?

    Back then it wasn't :) I bought VPNUnlimited in 2016 and upgraded shortly after. Also, too much a hassle :P

    @Solaire said:

    @vyas said: and @Solaire as long as you don’t get bothered by the 5 device limit, enjoy

    Nah, a device is strictly speaking an active device. I can use the same certificate on multiple devices as long as they're not simultaneously connected. Since I run most of my stuff in Docker I can just spin up an OpenVPN client container and route a bunch of applications over it's network, utilizing only 1 "device".

    Worst case I can setup a VLAN on my router and have my router act as 1 single device for all the devices I have at my place.

    Then again, I don't plan on using it much and at select devices.

    I also got VPN over router with my Asus router :)

  • no torrents ?

  • Nice, though limited at 900gb

  • @foxone said:
    Nice, though limited at 900gb

    Really? Where do they mention it?

  • SolaireSolaire Design TeamOG

    @vbloods said:
    no torrents ?

    They do have dedicated servers for torrents:

    @foxone said:
    Nice, though limited at 900gb

    I don't see that stated anywhere?

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  • RahulRahul OG
    edited May 27

    @vbloods said:
    no torrents ?

    From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KeepSolid#Servers

    While torrents are forbidden on most of the servers, at least 5 servers officially allow torrenting

    So, it's possible.

    I think @Iroshan464 use them for it.

  • @Solaire said:

    @vbloods said:
    no torrents ?

    They do have dedicated servers for torrents:

    @foxone said:
    Nice, though limited at 900gb

    I don't see that stated anywhere?

    Could you show which streaming services they do offer VPN for?

  • SolaireSolaire Design TeamOG

    @benj0x said: Could you show which streaming services they do offer VPN for?

    Sure, here you go:

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  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer

    Some recent speedtest coming in since someone claimed it's capped at 30 Mbps (spoiler: it is not.):

    5 Ghz Wifi without VPN:

    5 Ghz Wifi with VPNUnlimited (Germany Frankfurt location; Wireguard):

    TL;DR: The 30 Mbps "limit"/cap is bs.

  • @Ympker said: TL;DR: The 30 Mbps "limit"/cap is bs.

    The maximum I was able to measure was a bit less than 400 Mbps.. I guess that should be sufficient for most cases

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  • beaglebeagle OG
    edited May 27

    How does it compare to Ivacy? I used Ivacy mostly for geo-unlocking or when travelling.

  • @beagle said:
    How does it compare to Ivacy? I used Ivacy mostly for geo-unlocking or when travelling.

    It's better than Ivacy

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  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    @sonic said:

    @beagle said:
    How does it compare to Ivacy? I used Ivacy mostly for geo-unlocking or when travelling.

    It's better than Ivacy

    Ivacy keeps disconnecting after 59 minutes, 55 seconds. Mac App and iOS app, India (Chennai) or Singapore. I gave up after a week. VPN unlimited has proven to be solid for me.

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  • @Rahul said:

    @vbloods said:
    no torrents ?

    From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KeepSolid#Servers

    While torrents are forbidden on most of the servers, at least 5 servers officially allow torrenting

    So, it's possible.

    I think @Iroshan464 use them for it.

    Yeah. I do and work fine.
    However now I mainly use Google drive to download torrents and then to phone.
    😆

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  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer

    @beagle said:
    How does it compare to Ivacy? I used Ivacy mostly for geo-unlocking or when travelling.

    Ivacy is great for geo-unlbocking and I still prefer it because (also when travelling, or at a friends') it's just super easy to login and get started given the 5 concurrent device policy as opposed to VPNUnlimited Policy where you have to first remove a device. That being said VPNUnlimited is overall way more stable and faster than Ivacy.. and Netflix unblocking also just works :)

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  • Thank you all for the feedback. Got it as a backup to Ivacy.

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  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer

    @beagle said:
    Thank you all for the feedback. Got it as a backup to Ivacy.

    Welcome to the VPN Collector's edition :P

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  • debaserdebaser OG
    edited May 27

    @Ympker said:
    TL;DR: The 30 Mbps "limit"/cap is bs.

    But really...

    I’ve been using VPN Unlimited for five years now. About two years ago, the speeds were mediocre. So bad that I took a 3 year deal at NordVPN. But with some recent upgrades, it’s twice as fast as NordVPN.

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  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer

    @debaser said:

    @Ympker said:
    TL;DR: The 30 Mbps "limit"/cap is bs.

    But really...

    I’ve been using VPN Unlimited for five years now. About two years ago, the speeds were mediocre. So bad that I took a 3 year deal at NordVPN. But with some recent upgrades, it’s twice as fast as NordVPN.

    Wow, that's some great speedtest scores. Damn.

  • @Solaire said:

    @foxone said:
    Nice, though limited at 900gb

    I don't see that stated anywhere?

    https://www.keepsolid.com/fair_use_policy

    " Only customers with Lifetime Personal VPN Servers or Personal Static IPs that have uploaded or downloaded more than 900GB per month in total will be impacted by the Fair Use Policy.

    If you are affected by this policy, you may notice that your connection speed is reduced, or ‘throttled’ once you have exceeded 900GB of downloads or uploads in total. "

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  • @foxone said:

    @Solaire said:

    @foxone said:
    Nice, though limited at 900gb

    I don't see that stated anywhere?

    https://www.keepsolid.com/fair_use_policy

    " Only customers with Lifetime Personal VPN Servers or Personal Static IPs that have uploaded or downloaded more than 900GB per month in total will be impacted by the Fair Use Policy.

    If you are affected by this policy, you may notice that your connection speed is reduced, or ‘throttled’ once you have exceeded 900GB of downloads or uploads in total. "

    Well, for 15usd lifetime, this is fair.

    Be aware or Be next

  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer

    @foxone said:

    @Solaire said:

    @foxone said:
    Nice, though limited at 900gb

    I don't see that stated anywhere?

    https://www.keepsolid.com/fair_use_policy

    " Only customers with Lifetime Personal VPN Servers or Personal Static IPs that have uploaded or downloaded more than 900GB per month in total will be impacted by the Fair Use Policy.

    If you are affected by this policy, you may notice that your connection speed is reduced, or ‘throttled’ once you have exceeded 900GB of downloads or uploads in total. "

    Probably only to the end of month. Our family home usually shows 400GB data per month. I can't imagine myself reaching this number any time soon. Going with that I believe 900GB is more than reasonable for "private use". Running the VPN on a VPS and torrenting 24/7 is probably not the ideal use case for a consumer grade VPN although you could still do a lot with 900GB a month. I guess you could also open a ticket/contact them about this. Never had a problem so far, probably also because I never reached the limit remotely.

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