If you’re shopping for VPN deals you’ve probably decided you can’t get away with using a free one. And you’d be right: the limited choice of servers, which are always overloaded doesn’t equate to a good service. Plus, most free VPNs don’t unblock Netflix or other streaming services.
The alternative is to pay for a subscription, and there are some great Cyber Monday deals around.
But there is a way to avoid subscriptions: get a lifetime deal. Not many VPN services offer these, but this crazy offer from FastestVPN might just be the best deal we’ve seen for ages.
For just $20, which is about £15, you get lifetime access to the full service (with around 350 servers in over 40 countries) for 15 devices.
FastestVPN unblocks US Netflix (and other streaming services) and also supports P2P downloads.
Get FastestVPN’s lifetime deal for $20 / £15
Privacy-wise, there’s the usual no-logs policy but you can pay with crypto if you want to remain anonymous to FastestVPN.
If that’s not enough, you’ll also get 2TB of encrypted cloud storage thrown in, although that’s only for the first 12 months.
If you’re not happy, there’s a 15-day money back guarantee, so there’s really no reason not to give FastestVPN a try.
And if you’re unsure about VPNs, then read our guide:
What is a VPN and do I need one?
Want alternative recommendations? Then take a look at the best VPN deals below and our overall roundup of the
best Cyber Monday tech deals.
Top 10 VPN Deals
Ivacy five-year VPN subscription
Was: $597 / £480
$71.64 / £57.59
Ivacy’s deal is one of the best around, knocking a whopping 88% off the usual monthly price.
It’s a five-year subscription that works out at $1.19 per month, or 96p if you’re in the UK. The up-front payment of $71.64 / £57.59 is a real bargain, as that’s what most VPN services charge for two years, or even one year.
Ivacy offers a great service which supports P2P downloads, unblocks streaming services (including Netflix and Disney+) and, like any VPN service, gives you security when using public Wi-Fi and privacy when browsing the web.
You can use it on up to 10 devices at the same time, but even if you use it only on one or two, it’s still one the cheapest VPN deals around. Plus, as a bonus, you also get a password manager included for the first year!
CyberGhost three-year (+4 months) subscription
Was: $506.61 / £389.61 a year
$89.31 / £68.25 for three years
CyberGhost is a great VPN service and its current offer is for a 40-month subscription. It’s touted as a three-year deal with four months free, but click through and you’ll see you’re actually charged for all 40 months at the monthly price quoted.
It’s a practice we want VPNs to ditch, but since the renewal price remains the same and doesn’t get hiked up (as it does with NordVPN and Surfshark), it’s still a good deal.
CyberGhost is great for unblocking streaming services, so if that’s what you want a VPN for, it should be a tempting deal.
You’ll find CyberGhost in our round-up of the best VPNs.
Surfshark two-year subscription
Was: $336.70 / £308.57
$59.80 / £55.85
(82% off + 2 months free)
Surfshark is currently offering 82% off its two-year subscription, plus two months free.
The monthly price on Surfshark’s website is lower than what you’ll actually pay because, like others here, it counts the free months as paid, and displays the price excluding (which is 20% in the UK).
Making up for this is the fact that Surfshark now bundles full-blown antivirus software for free. And it has been tested and certified by Virus Bulletin
This isn’t the absolute lowest price we’ve ever seen from Surfshark, but it’s still a great price for two years’ access to a top VPN service, which is also one of the few which doesn’t put a limit on the number of devices you can use with it at the same time. In fact, it’s almost half the price NordVPN is currently charging.
Read our Surfshark review
PureVPN two-year subscription
Was: $262.80 ($10.95 per month)
$53.95 ($1.99 per month)
PureVPN’s latest deal is for a two-year subscription that will cost you $53.95 (around £44) and you get three free months on the end.
By our calculations, that’s not 82% off or $1.99 per month as claimed. It’s actually $2.25 per month, and 79% off.
Yep, it’s because PureVPN is counting the ‘free’ months as paid in order to make the price look cheaper. It’s a shame, as even at $2.25 per month, this is a good deal.
As with all the deals here (and with all VPN subscriptions longer than a month), you pay for the full subscription up front – not per month.TIP: if you’re using a desktop web browser and move your cursor off the page you should see a “secret” 5-year deal appear which works out at just $1.49 per month (£1.11), but of course the total price is higher ($89.95) as it’s for 60 months rather than 24.
Atlas VPN Premium two-year subscription
From: Atlas VPN
Was: $263.76 / £194.16
$49.19 / £36.21
Atlas VPN is a relatively new services, but it offers 32 locations including Japan, with Netflix support.
It doesn’t tick as many boxes as NordVPN or Surfshark, but if you’re just looking for the lowest monthly price, then this deal should be tempting, especially as Atlas VPN doesn’t put any restrictions on the number of devices you can use with the service at the same time.
Private Internet Access two-years, two-months subscription
From: Private Internet Access
Was: $454.10 / £389.61
$56.94 / £43.94
Private Internet Access is offering 81% off its two-year subscription.
The monthly price shown on PIA’s site counts the extra months not as free but as paid months. It’s a cheeky way of making it look a bit cheaper than it really is.
But it’s a good deal overall for this trusted service: it’s one of few VPN services that have made the source code for its apps public so it can be scrutinised.
Read our full PIA review for more details.
NordVPN two-year subscription
Was: $286.80 / £175.39
$78.96 / £83.23 (inc VAT)
This deal gives you 52% off the renewal price (as opposed to the monthly price, which is why NordVPN’s discount appears lower than its rivals), and applies when you sign up for the two-year plan.The UK prices shown here include VAT, which is why they look more expensive than the prices you’ll see when you click through to Nord’s website (it’s £3.47 per month, not £2.89). It’s still 52% off, but Nord presents all its prices without tax.
NordVPN is by no means the cheapest VPN service – even with this deal – but if you want the best all-round VPN – it’s top of our round-up of the best VPN services – then this is deal to go for.
FastestVPN Lifetime plan
Unlike most VPN deals which are subscriptions for a set number of years, FastestVPN’s is for a lifetime subscription. We asked the company exactly what that meant and were told “we will never terminate their accounts”.
And for just $20 – around £15 – that’s unbeatable.
Plus, you’ll get a year’s cloud storage thrown in – 2TB with Internxt – and a password manager.
FastestVPN isn’t the best VPN service around, and it’s not the fastest either. It has far fewer locations and servers than most. When we tested it, speeds were good over IKEv2, but terrible over OpenVPN, which is what you need to use to unblock services such Netflix and Disney+ in the US.
Was: $72/£119.76 a year
$59.88/£78.96 a year ($4.99/£3.29 per month)
(20% / 44% off)
Hidden24 is a VPN service with a difference: it doesn’t require an app. It will suit anyone wanting a VPN for absolute privacy as it logs precisely nothing.
Your device will need to support a VPN connection natively, but Windows, Android, iOS and macOS all do.
Hidden24 is also a great option if you don’t want to sign up for a long time: it’s around half the cost of its rivals if you just need a VPN for a month.
Hide.me two-year VPN subscription (plus 3 months free)
Was: $268.65 / £269.73
$69.95 / £69.99
Hide.me is celebrating its 10-year anniversary and offering a great two-year deal as part of it.
As with so many of these deals, the ‘free’ extra three months are factored into the monthly price shown, meaning they’re not free at all. Or the real monthly price is actually higher ($2.91 / £2.91).
Regardless, you’ll pay for the entire 27 months upfront and it’s a good deal compared to the prices Hide.me usually charges. Plus, the subscription renews at the deal price, which is a bonus.