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Surfshark VPN Now Available at 83% Discount: Limited Back to School Promo Kicks Off

Tue, 30/08/2022 - 14:28
Surfshark VPN Now Available at 83% Discount: Limited Back to School Promo Kicks Off
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Amsterdam, August 30, 2022: Surfshark, an award-winning VPN provider and cybersecurity vendor, launches a limited promo offer for all clients.


Surfshark clients can get 83% discount with Back to School promo

Starting from Aug. 29, 2022, Surfshark, a Netherlands-incorporated VPN (virtual private network) and cybersecurity provider, is offering extra discounts with its massive Back to School promo campaign.

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With this limited-time offer, people will be able to access a biannual deal with 83% off, plus an extra three-month period. The offer is valid for all newbies and existing clients of Surfshark’s products.

The campaign is up and running. The Back to School promo offer will be relevant for the next four weeks. Surfshark’s instruments can be activated on an unlimited number of devices; Bypass and AdBlocker technologies are included in their stack.

The codebase of Surfshark solution successfully underwent an independent audit by third-party cybersecurity heavyweights. Also, its VPN leverages patented Software Defined Networking (SDN) technology dubbed Surfshark Nexus.

Surfshark supports a plethora of payment methods, including fiat-powered PayPal, Sofort, Google Pay and Amazon Pay, as well as major cryptocurrencies Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), U.S. Dollar Tether (USDT) and so on. Cryptocurrencies are accepted through paygates by CoinGate or CoinPayments. A 30-day money back guarantee applies to all paid tariff plans.

As of early Q4, 2022, Surfshark is available on macOS, iOS, Windows, Linux and Android operating systems. Also, it can be seamlessly integrated into Chrome, Edge and FireFox browsers as a plug-in.

Surfshark One pushes barriers of user privacy with its one-stop toolkit

Besides a lucrative promo campaign, Surfshark offers its clients a ready-made toolkit for privacy and security in the Web3 era. The kit features VPN, Antivirus, Alerts and Search modules that cover the majority of relevant B2B and B2C use cases.

Surfshark VPN is designed to obfuscate IP addresses and other sensitive data of Internet users in order to prevent it from ending up in the wrong hands. It also allows browsers to bypass governmental restrictions as Internet providers cannot identify the location of the IP address of this or that browser.

Surfshark Antivirus scans a computer to discover any malware programs installed and remove all harmful files from hard drives. The Antivirus Search module can protect users from trackers and annoying ads and make their search results truly organic, i.e., unaffected by marketing or tech adjustments by businesses, governments and watchdogs.

Surfshark Alert is designed to act as a powerful newbie-friendly breach detection mechanism to alert customers about personal information leaks. With Surfshark Alert, users can act proactively and mitigate the losses caused by large-scale data leaks.

An entire kit of four B2B products is available for 24 Euro per month, the Surfshark team says.

Users can try Surfshark’s Back to School promo and check out the platform’s social media channels:

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