Here’s how to get CyberGhost VPN for £1.59 a month – ending soon… – The Sun

Here’s how to get CyberGhost VPN for £1.59 a month – ending soon… – The Sun

If you’re looking for a VPN service and you don’t want to break the bank, there’s an offer at CyberGhost that’s definitely worth a look.

Pick up the three-year plan, and it will cost you just £1.59 a month – plus you’ll get three extra months for free.


CyberGhost is offering an extra 3 months free with its 3-year plan – just £1.59 a month

That’s 84% less than the standard month-by-month plan, which costs £9.99 a month.

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  • CyberGhost, £1.59 for three years – buy here

Of course, the trade-off here is the length of commitment – you’ll be signing up to CyberGhost’s services for three whole years.

Luckily, there’s a 45-day free refund period, which will give most users enough time to see whether this is a VPN that’s right for them.

Our advice is to shop around before you dive in , though – for a list of our favourite services, head to our Best VPN article.

For in-depth, tried-and-tested verdicts of two major services, don’t miss our expert Surfshark VPN review and ExpressVPN review.

And if you on the lookout for deals in general, head straight to our Sun Vouchers page, where we list literally hundreds of special offers.

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We work with retailers and brands that cover everything from high-street fashion to fire-optic broadband – basically, we’re all about bringing our readers the best discounts, deals and coupon codes that are available.

You’ll also find an entire page dedicated to the January sales.

Need to learn more about protecting cybersecurity? Head to our what is a VPN explainer.

On that note, here’s why you should never use the free hotel wi-fi on holiday.

And to make sure you know where you stand, here’s more on VPNs being legal.