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CyberGhost 5 VPN Special Edition - 6 Months Free

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For those who missed out on previous offers

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  • No volume restriction
  • No artificial bandwidth limitation
  • No forced separation after 3 hours
  • Access up to 350 VPN servers in 24 countries
  • Use the CyberGhost apps for iOS and Android devices *
  • Use of alternative VPN software and the operating system or router built-in VPN client function via OpenVPN, PPTP or L2TP / IPSec
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  • +1 vote

    I wouldn't even bother. The speeds are atrocious, no matter what server I use. Even for a 'free' one it's not even worth it.

  • +1 vote

    I don't get it why all these free keys how they making any money?

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      Even I always wonder.
      But free is still good:-D

  • +1 vote

    @Porthos Thanks for the infor. I read somewhere that they do block or reduce speed for P2P. I would imagine that streaming would also be too slow…but until I decide to spend any money on a VPN, I will be able to give it a go for interest sake.

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      I hadn't even tried it with P2P or anything, I just tried it on my phone on wifi (and also my PC for a bit as well) and the speeds were ridiculously bad. Couldn't even stream Spotify at all, turn off the VPN though and works without a hitch.

      Best to avoid it, even if it's free.

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      P2P isn't restricted on the paid versions. But as Porthos said, the speeds are terrible what ever you do. The results from speedtest is 5 Mbps before VPN connection, 1 Mbps after.

  • +1 vote

    Since I can read German, this is for 1 device, 6 months. Not 12 months. Must be activated before 31st Oct 2014. PC-Welt blog post is here

    • +1 vote

      Yes, 1 device at a time but you can change devices in your CyberGhost account.

  • +1 vote

    There are very few VPN services, and none of them free, which offer minimal reduction in a clients native speed. I've been through quite a few and currently pay a subscription for Private Internet Access, on average I get about 50%-70% of my original speed.

    That said we're in Oz, so the difference between crap speeds and slightly crappier speeds is almost nothing.