Here at SurrealPolitiks, we understand better than most that you simply can’t trust “Big Tech”.
And, with all due respect for authority, the current people in control of the government can be trusted even less.
That’s why we think it is so important for you to protect your privacy online, and we are interested in helping you to do just that.
There are lots of ways to go about it, and one of the most important ones is to use a Virtual Private Network, or VPN service.
I have relationships with several VPN providers below, but I want to highlight three of them. I get a cut of the sale if you buy through these links, but sincerely, that’s not my primary motive for promoting the ones I promote. I could recommend any of these and get paid about the same, I am giving you my honest advice as somebody who cares about the wellbeing of my audience.
The first is ProtonVPN, which may ring a bell, is provided by the same folks as ProtonMail, which I use as my primary personal email service. You can get both services for free and, it’s tough to argue with that price.
Though, there are some limitations on the service in that case. As far as paid services go, you can sign up for a package deal, which includes secure email, VPN, calendar, and cloud storage. Or you can sign up for any one of these products. Very flexible, very secure, and very high quality.
Personally, I pay for my mail service, and this includes one VPN connection that does not permit certain things, like P2P filesharing. If you pay for the VPN package, you can use P2P, you can stream media, and everything else.
The second one I wish to highlight is FastestVPN. I purchased their lifetime subscription package in 2019, and it was so cheap that I kinda forgot all about it. Back then, it was only $20. Now it is $40, but if you use promo code BFCM22 you can knock it down to $36, for a lifetime subscription.
I mentioned that I had forgotten about having the account, but when I recently had a need to use a torrent I remembered it. I wondered if they were still in business, given how cheap the service was. Turns out, they are, and in my experience, it works great. So, money well spent, I’d say.
With that lifetime subscription, you can use torrents, stream video, and everything else. You can have up to 15 simultaneous logins, so all your devices can be connected at the exact same time, and as the name implies, and as I can attest from my own personal use, the services is indeed, fast.
- 256-bit encryption
- 600+ VPN servers
- 55+ locations
- Apps for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Fire TV, Android TV
- 15 multi-logins
- Unlimited server switching
- 24/7 support via live chat
- Smart connect
- Split tunneling
- Unblock Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, Disney+, Hulu and, Hotstar
- AES 256-bit encryption
- Internet kill switch
- Malware protection
- P2P optimized servers
- NAT firewall
- iPV6 Leak Protection
I can also attest to the quality of Private Internet Access. Your humble correspondent personally used Private Internet Access for several years. The service works great. They don’t keep records of your online activity, and they even accept cryptocurrency, so you can keep it 100% anonymous if you choose.
Best of all, if you buy your VPN plan through our affiliate link below, we get a cut of the sale! Win win!
You might also consider these alternatives, with whom we also have an affiliate relationship. If you can’t see these links, maybe it’s because you’re using an ad blocker?