Thursday , September 20 2018 Ausdroid » Ausdroid Deals » [Offer] Genuine Lifetime VPN Access for US$89

4TFY VPN, one of the fastest growing VPN companies of 2018, is offering what many commentators are describing as a “deal too good to miss.” The company, which rose to fame last year after a successful Kickstarter campaign, is, for a limited time, offering genuine lifetime VPN access for $89 (or around $122.52 AUD).

While the price may be low, our tests show that the quality is very high. Lightning fast servers, unlimited data, and unthrottled access for torrenting / P2P, mean downloading or streaming through the VPN is no issue. And when it comes to streaming, you certainly have your choice of content. 4TFY VPN allows access to BBC, Hulu, Stan, and most other streaming services. However, much like the other VPNs on the market, there’s a never ending struggle to maintain accessibility to overseas Netflix.

Reed, 4TFY’s President, commented to Ausdroid that:

“Like all VPN providers we are in a cat and mouse game with Netflix. We are certainly winning this battle overall and pride ourselves on always being two steps ahead. We will always to our best to ensure Netflix and other services are supported through our service.”

And for those who take their online security seriously (like everyone should), the company has a strict no log policy. This means the company does not monitor or log any of your activities while connected to their service. To add an additional layer of privacy, the company is also based in the British Virgin Islands, a country where privacy truly is a birth right. This means you can rest easy and do not have to worry about any data retention laws or the reach of European, Australian, America, or Chinese authorities.

As part of the lifetime access deal, the company is also boosting the number of simultaneous connections each user is able to have from the normal 5 to 10. The company has a range of easy-to-follow user guides and supports all major operating systems, including Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and (of course) Android.

There’s a great guarantee from the team at 4TFY in their lifetime offering being “genuine lifetime” as the company has gone to the expense of purchasing all the equipment required. This means that there is no reliance on external parties to maintain the hardware delivery requirement for their service.

When compared to some other offers on the market, this deal is certainly one to consider.

For those wishing to take advantage of this deal, or simply find out more about this offering, you can click here to visit the 4TFY deal page.

Chris Rowland   Director / Editor (Ex-Officio)

Chris has been at the forefront of smartphone reporting in Australia since smartphones were a thing, and has used mobile phones since they came with giant lead-acid batteries that were "transportable" and were carried in a shoulder bag.

Today, Chris publishes one of Australia's most popular technology websites, Ausdroid. His interests include mobile (of course), as well as connected technology and how it can make all our lives easier.

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Bsksh

How long is “life-time” your life time or a life time of a dog

bender000
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TBF a lifetime of a dog is still good value LOL. I have doubts its going to last even 1/3rd of that

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This Lifetime VPN is a scam

Nothing is Lifetime, it Lifetime of the company. So as long as company is operating, it can close down any day from now.

Also it doesn’t tell what encryption method and doesn’t seem to have proper Android app, just google Lifetime VPN and basically none of review are good, it either slow speeds/shit support/company bankruptcy and list goes on.

Basksh
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Basksh

Ya I agree

Tom G
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Tom G

How does it compare with ExpressVPN? It’s cheaper, but is it as fast?

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Lukearse

Reading the critical comments below, made me check their website myself. Yes there doesn’t appear to be an Android App. I have an Android app for my VPN (PureVPN) and it makes the getting connected process far easier, it’s not essential but I don’t want to have to manually connect to a new countries server each time I need to connect. Also they don’t show which countries you can connect to before you pay up for the service. It doesn’t feel like 4TFY VPN is in it for the long haul.This “lifetime” deal maybe referring to the lifetime of mouse… Read more »

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Steve

My experience with this company is not good, I have never been able to use the service successfully in the Middle Kingdom and they don’t respond to emails. They also promised proper apps for Android and iOS a very long time ago and still they haven’t released them. Trying to maintain a successful connection on my Mac has been very unreliable also. Not recommended.

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It’s a shame their website has literally no details about their service, servers, or modes of connection. Could be good, but I won’t blindly sign up.

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