We have tracked down the best VPN deals on a wide range of services.

We have a question for you. Have you ever thought about how much of your personal data is relayed whilst you’re browsing the internet? If you haven’t, then maybe you should. Seriously, check it out now.

Personal data is valuable stuff, and once you understand this, and realise just how naturally insecure the internet is, you start to feel a little bit concerned. There’s no need to go into a frenzy though, because there is a way to stay protected.

One of the best ways to ensure your safety and anonymity online is to use a virtual private network (VPN). This essentially secures your data from prying eyes. That’s not to say VPNs are always advisable, as people use them for many different reasons, such as downloading or uploading illegal content. Having said that, personal data really matters in this day and age, which is why we have reached out to partners in order to put together the best VPN deals for anyone looking keep their online identity safe.

See below for the best deals on VPN subscriptions in August 2019: 


Compatible with Netflix and Amazon Prime Video • Ad blocking • Easy-to-use interface • Secure, speedy and has a no-logs policy • Only need to be committed to a one-year plan
PureVPN is a solid VPN that offers users both advanced and easy-to-use features.

PureVPN are offering a one-year subscription for £2.22 per month:

  • Full featured, reliable, inexpensive and fast
  • Only be committed to a one-year plan in a deal that is exclusive to Mashable 
  • Cheapest VPN provider on page, with least amount of commitment
  • £26.64 billed annually (73 percent off)
  • Click here to read more about PureVPN on our sister site, PCMag

Diverse geographical servers • Excellent and unique features • Strong privacy policy
CyberGhost offers an incredibly secure VPN, with unique features you won’t find in another VPN.

CyberGhost are offering a three-year subscription for £2.10 per month:

  • Extremely user-friendly. Great pick for first-time users
  • Cheapest VPN subscription on this page (deal made exclusively for Mashable users)
  • Only be committed to 18 months
  • £25.20 billed annually (80 percent off)
  • Click here to read more about CyberGhost VPN on our sister site, PCMag

Award-winning VPN • More than 5,200 servers in diverse locations worldwide • Great for security • Six simultaneous connections
Cannot purchase additional simultaneous connections
NordVPN is an award-winning VPN with a PCMag Editors choice, and gets huge praise for ensuring you’re secure when browsing the web.

3. NordVPN 3-Year Subscription

NordVPN is an award-winning VPN with a PCMag Editors choice, and gets huge praise for ensuring you’re secure when browsing the web.

NordVPN are offering a three-year subscription for £2.29 per month: 

  • Top rated VPN on our sister-site PCMag with an Editors choice badge 
  • Award winning VPN
  • £27.48 billed annually (75 percent off)
  • Click here to read more about NordVPN on our sister site, PCMag

Affordable • Great for new VPN users • Ad blocking
Private Internet Access offers a brilliant VPN service at an affordable price and an easy-to-use interface.

Private Internet Access are offering a one-year subscription for £2.76 per month:

  • Winning combination of speedy performance and strong features at a fair price
  • Great price for a well-known, trusted VPN
  • Amazing customer service
  • £33.12 billed annually (67 percent off)
  • Click here to read more about Private Internet Access VPN on our sister site, PCMag

Mashable exclusive deal • Easy to use for first-time VPN users
Lack of geographic diversity in server locations
Extremely easy to use and super affordable.

TunnelBear are offering a two-year subscription for £3.14 per month:

  • Exclusive to Mashable readers
  • Great for first-time users
  • £37.68 billed annually (58 percent off)
  • Click here to read more about TunnelBear VPN on our siter site, PCMag

Speedy • No logs policy
Expensive • Only for veteran VPN users
IPVanish boasts strong, unique features, but only suits those with experience with VPNs.

IPVanish are offering a one-year subscription for £4.90 per month. 

  • One of the best gaming VPNs
  • Speedy, with a no-logs policy
  • £58.80 billed annually (46 percent off)
  • Click here to read more about IPVanish VPN on our sister site, PCMag

Editor’s Note: IPVanish is owned by J2 Global, the parent company of Ziff Davis, Mashable’s publisher. Any J2 products featured on Mashable are covered independently by our content team. 


Simple interface • Allows P2P and BitTorrent
ExpressVPN is expensive, but worth it.

ExpressVPN are offering a one-year subscription for £5.50 per month (get an additional three months for free):

  • Priciest of the bunch, but has 3,000+ VPN servers in 160 server locations in 94 countries 
  • Allows P2P and BitTorrent
  • Extremely simple interface
  • £66 billed annually (49 percent off)
  • Click here to read more about ExpressVPN on our sister site, PCMag

Multiplatform, multiprotocol support • Free account available
Few servers • No ad blocking
Golden Frog VyprVPN offers an excellent distribution of VPN servers worldwide and a strong privacy policy.

Golden Frog VyprVPN are offering a one-year subscription for £3.63 per month:

  • One of the fastests VPNs available
  • Multi-platform, multi-protocol support
  • NAT Firewall add-on provides extra security
  • £43.56 billed annually (47 percent off)
  • Click here to read more about VyprVPN on our sister site, PCMag

What VPN service do we recommend?

When considering both price and performance, PureVPN comes out on top. Its deal was made exclusively for Mashable readers and is also the shortest length subscription on this page.

Read more about VPNs

Want to find out more about VPNs and how best to use one? Head over to our sister publication PCMag to find out everything you need to know about VPNs, plus what PCMag believe are the top 10 VPN providers.   

Editor’s Note: IPVanish is owned by J2 Global, the parent company of Ziff Davis, Mashable’s publisher. Any J2 products featured on Mashable are covered independently by our content team.