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KeepSolid VPN Unlimited: Lifetime Subscription - 5 Devices US $15 @ StackSocial


License deadline: you must redeem within 30 days of purchase

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Works with US Netflix

Online privacy and protection of your data that will virtually last forever, as well as unrestricted streaming and access to the content you want: That's what you get with a lifetime subscription to KeepSolid VPN Unlimited, a top-notch VPN solution from the security experts with 5 years of experience. More than 10 million customers globally have entrusted their online protection to KeepSolid VPN Unlimited. Add it to your cybersecurity toolkit, and enjoy a massive selection of servers worldwide, a rich variety of VPN protocols, and much more to keep hackers out of your sensitive data!

  • Reliably protect your data on any public WiFi
  • Surf w/ no speed or bandwidth limits
  • Access a wide range of VPN servers w/ 70+ locations globally, including the USA, the UK, Canada, Australia & Hong Kong. Check the list here
  • Surf on a variety of VPN protocols, like IKEv2, OpenVPN & KeepSolid Wise
  • Access streaming servers for US Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Hulu, ESPN+ & HBO Now
  • Enjoy a better browsing experience w/ handy features, like Trusted Networks, Ping Tests & Favorite Servers
  • Easily configure your VPN connection on your router.
  • Convenient management of connected devices
  • 24/7 customer support

Important Details

  • Length of access: lifetime
  • License deadline: redeem within 30 days of purchase
  • Restrictions: use on up to 5 devices simultaneously; you can deactivate devices at any time (1 per week), to free a slot for a new device to have 5 total activated at a time
  • VPN works with torrents or P2P
  • See VPN countries with servers here
  • Use on up to 5 devices simultaneously; you can delete existing devices at any time (1 per week), and then add new ones to have 5 total activated at a time
  • Updates included
  • Language options for iOS, Android, Mac OS X and Windows: English, Arabic, Chinese (simplified), German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (BR), Russian, Spanish, and Turkish
  • Please contact support@keepsolid.com with questions regarding compatibility with your router/setup
  • For technical questions, please see the VPN FAQs here, or contact them directly at support@keepsolid.c

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    Anybody have this and can comment on quality?

    • +1 vote

      The apps are really good. They show you what percentage of workload each server is under. (I have subs with a lot of VPNs, and I have never seen that feature before) They have dedicated streaming servers and right now US Netflix works. But I wouldn't use it for P2P, even though they have 5 servers that allow it. This VPN is located in the US. (One of the '5 eyes' countries)


      Have used this service for probably 7-8+ years now. Very good speeds (except for the odd bandwidth issue - pretty rare).

      Good for streaming and stuff. From a privacy perspective though, note it is owned by an US entity and hence not as impervious to requests for information as a service that runs out of a country like Panama say.

  • +1 vote

    How easily does it works with Netflix? I'm a little sceptical when I hear "lifetime subscription". Thanks to Getflix.


      Extremely well across a whole host of my devices including on the Shield TV - where Nord (for much more money) struggles to

      • +1 vote

        Thanks. I assume your using it through the native app on the shield. Are you using it to view any other media (Hulu etc)?

        • +2 votes

          Native app mate. Haven't tried Hulu with it unfortunately.
          In terms of the app, it contains a listing of specific streaming services/servers it supports: BBC iPlayer, ESPN+, HBO Now, Hotstar, Hulu, Netflix (US), Popcornflix, Rai.tv and Sony Crackle


            @dsn7287: Thank you for going to effort to list the services it can specifically support and the info you've provided. Your feedback and those from others seem positive do I'll take a chance.

  • -1 vote

    works ok as VPN, but using Netflix app, US will NOT work.

  • +2 votes

    A review here: https://thebestvpn.com/reviews/vpn-unlimited/

    Tldr - not the fastest but ok, Netflix seems fine, maybe not so good if you want to use it for p2p. Hard to argue with the price though…..


    Just bought it, lifetime VPN for 20 bucks.. Can't really go wrong

    Netflix US works but only with one dedicated California streaming server

    On all other servers Netflix comes up with the usual message.
    Also tried a couple of other countries, no luck.

    • +1 vote

      Windscribe is really good if you want dedicated Netflix servers in multiple countries. (US, UK, Canada and Japan)


    Works really good to watch US Netflix and Indian hotstar. I normally use it on my TV and it works really well without any problems. I bought it for around $51 a while back so you can not go wrong for $20.


    Works perfectly with US Netflix. Thanks OP

  • +1 vote

    I've had this service for about 3 years, from an offer here. Cost about 60 bucks for this deal back then. It's been good, updates are regular too.

    I pretty much only use for p2p. I really don't know what protocol it uses but I can use p2p anywhere, any network. Library, work, private, connects fine and downloads away, in places I otherwise couldt. Haven't been arrested, warned, etc. Seems decent to me. I've got relos running from my account in 3 countries, no issues.

    I haven't tried any other services though, cant compare with anything else. This just works.


    Still using VPN Unlimited after 2 years. No issues and no plans to change.


    Would existing users be able to tell me if this would work with streaming from Australian TV online (esp Channel Ten which seems to have the most robust geo-blocking/ VPN identification capability across the channels)?


    Thanks OP good deal.

    I went looking to see if they support open VPN via router but didn't find the answer. If anyone's using this please comment.

    What I did find might be of relevance to some users, depends on what level of anonymity you are looking for:

    "Personal Static IP. Normally, VPN users are assigned random IP addresses with each session, which can cause certain inconvenience on websites that forbid dynamic IPs. Personal static IP is meant to fix this problem by binding a single IP to a user’s account."


    I have had this vpn for 18 months or so and has worked well. good speeds and ability to change sites. works with torrents if that's what your looking for