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  • Jason

    Have a question, is hide my ip is almost like vpn? I’m trying to figure out what is the best vpn that has lifetime subscription. I have never have vpn. I know it’s the best time to have one. Trying to compare which benefits me better than not to pick the wrong one. Just trying to compare the difference or it’s all the same? Would vpn cover in one household as long it covers everything? iPhone,laptop and amazon firestick? And other devices? Amazon firestick is a one tough to get in. I had to do free vpn from kodi. Any suggestion or feedback it would be much appreciated. Thanks!

    • Vinnie Bones

      issa vpn

  • Christos Christofi

    I purchased this yesterday . It prompted me to download an OpenVPN app and it won’t authenticate. I am either doing this wrong but surely it’s not done with a simple click as you mentioned on your post. I would like my money back please as this is very complicated to set up. Numerous emails, different usernames passwords, you either give very clear instructions on how to setup or don’t advertise it. I was under the impression that I would download the app from the AppStore with a redeem code but that is not the case.