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An annual subscription to this beginner-friendly VPN is on sale for 50% off


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SAVE 50%: TunnelBear is a lightweight VPN that's suitable for total cybersecurity beginners. For an unlimited plan, a one-year subscription to TunnelBear is on sale for £3.69 per month as of Jan. 15 — 50% off list price for a limited time.


Looking for a lightweight and easy to use VPN? You've come to right place. TunnelBear offers a great introduction to VPNs, with intuitive apps, customer support, and unlimited data.

A one-year subscription to TunnelBear is on sale for £3.69 per month as of Jan. 15, saving you 50% on list price. Alternatively, a two-year subscription is also on sale for just £3.14 per month. If neither option suits you, TunnelBear also offers a pretty decent free version with a limit on data usage. It's not a long-term solution, but it gives you a taste of what TunnelBear can offer.

TunnelBear provides users with plenty of advanced features with an easy to use and intuitive interface. TunnelBear also claims to be the only VPN in the world to publish regular, independent security audits of its apps. Whether you can completely trust what VPNs say is up for debate, but it's reassuring to know that TunnelBear is taking steps to safeguard your privacy.

Save 50% on a one-year subscription to TunnelBear.

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