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50% off IPVanish VPN deal for Prime Day, just $39 for a year

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This deal has now ended, but take a look at our coverage of the best Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals to take advantage of great offers across a wide range of products, from and tech to health and personal care.

IPVanish ranks as one of the best VPNs we've tested and now you can get it for the fantastic price of just $39 for a full year. That's just $3.25 a month for a top quality, highly secure VPN.

When it comes to Prime Day offers, this is one of the best you can get even though it's not sold by the online retail giant. 

IPVanish is a great VPN provider in its own right and can keep your digital footprint hidden. But if you like downloading using torrents or P2P software then it's the best you can get. It offers unlimited P2P traffic and super-fast download speeds. 

IPVanish VPN $39 for a year, save 50%

IPVanish VPN $39 for a year, save 50%
Take advantage of this huge saving on one of our favorite VPN services. It's perfect for P2P downloaders at just $3.25 a month. This offer is for new IPVanish customers only.

IPVanish owns and manages more than 1,200 servers located in more than 60 countries. It has more than 40,000 shared IP addresses for you to use. 

Because IPVanish runs all its own physical servers it's secure. It also has a zero-logs policy so none of you data is recorded or kept. You also get 24/7 support, in case you need it, and 10 connections on multiple devices at once. 

IPVanish works on smartphones and tablets as well as PC and Mac, so you can keep all your, and even your families, digital devices secure with this one deal. 

We're sure you'll be happy with this deal, but if you don't like IPVanish VPN for whatever reason there is a 7-day money back guarantee.  

Evan Kypreos

Evan has been a tech-head since he was handed a ZX Spectrum at the age of 6 and has always been the one analyzing and recommending products to his friends and family or explaining how things work and how to fix them when they don't. He has been working on magazines and websites since 2000 and was Editor-in-Chief of Trusted Reviews covering topics such as mobile, tablets, audio, computing and smart home for 7 years as well as supporting the tech and buying advice sections of Time.com, Space.com, LiveScience.com and NME.com. In his 20+ year career, he has reviewed and covered everything from laptops to coffee machines and smartphones to smart thermostats and has been quoted on the BBC, among others. He won IPC Media's Editor of the Year in 2013 and has been shortlisted for multiple AOP Digital Publishing and PPA Digital Publishing awards.