This week’s best VPN deals: Hotspot Shield, IPVanish, ExpressVPN

Mozilla, the company behind popular web browser Firefox, has just launched a new private file-sharing tool called Firefox Send that allows users to upload and share even large files securely. While this tool might be a good option for some users, a VPN is a much better option when it comes to bolstered security. By using a VPN to connect to the internet, all of your devices and files will benefit from an added layer of security and protection on any network they’re connected to. 

Most VPN service providers offer services globally and thus charge in US Dollars rather than in local currencies, so we've listed pricing in Dollars for the sake of simplicity. Bear in mind that when you click through to the actual deals, you may find the prices automatically displayed in pounds, or whatever your native currency may be.

Here are the best deals we found for taking our online security to the next level.

1. Hotspot Shield – Lifetime license for only $139.99

Hotspot Shield has 2,000 servers across 20 locations with support for up to five devices. This VPN offers great download speeds and there is even the option of getting a lifetime license if you are very satisfied with the service. New customers can try out Hotspot Shield for themselves thanks to the company’s free 7-day trial.

2. IPVanish – From $58.49 a year

This VPN keeps no logs on its users giving you total privacy online. IPVanish offers excellent download speeds as well as support for unlimited P2P traffic and up to five simultaneous connections. It has 700 servers across 60+ locations with over 40,000 shared IPs available for users. The company is running a promotion where new users can get 60% off when they sign up today.

3. ExpressVPN – Just $99.95 for 15 months

ExpressVPN has over 1,000 servers across 136 locations and supports up to three devices. This VPN also offers a wide range of desktop and mobile clients with native support for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android and BlackBerry. ExpressVPN also includes full P2P support as well as a kill switch in case the service should go down (meaning your true IP stays concealed in this eventuality).

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