ExpressVPN Is Partnering With LastPass and Free Trials Are Available

  • ExpressVPN has partnered with LastPass, and both are inviting their customers to consider the other product.
  • A VPN complements a password manager and vice versa, so those who care about security and privacy should use both.
  • There are free trial offers to grab and a giveaway that will draw 12-month subscriptions for ten winners.

ExpressVPN has partnered with LastPass in an effort of both entities to complement the privacy and security of their respective products. Obviously, a VPN product and a password manager fit well together.

When the match involves two well-established brands like LastPass and ExpressVPN, the users’ benefits are magnified. Moreover, the two look to raise awareness among their customers about the importance of using a VPN and a password manager together.

Source: LastPass

Vice President of Product Management at LastPass, Dan DeMichele, stated the following:

Our users have made it clear to us that they value the privacy and security that a VPN offers, so we’re excited to partner with ExpressVPN to provide them with this added internet protection. We chose ExpressVPN because of its security, reliability, speed, and ease-of-use, and they share our passion and commitment to help consumers protect their online lives.

To promote the new partnership, ExpressVPN offers a 30-day free trial to all new and existing subscribers of “LastPass Premium” and “Families.” That doesn’t include non-paying users, but the decision to exclude this category is understandable. Additionally, there’s a giveaway that will proclaim ten lucky participants who will win 12-month LastPass subscriptions and a month of ExpressVPN. You have until October 1, 2020, to enter the giveaway so, go ahead and do it now.

ExpressVPN has been consistently scoring very high in our reviews, so we consider it to be one of the best VPN products out there. Whether you are looking for ultimate privacy and security or just to unlock streaming platforms, ExpressVPN is an all-around solution that comes with competitive pricing.

As for LastPass, it is among our top five password managers, receiving praise for being simple to use, polished, and feature-rich. It may have a somewhat higher-range price, but its free plan is providing non-paying users with powerful features that aren’t easy to find on basic tiers of other solutions.

If you are using a VPN or a password manager, but not both, maybe this partnership and the promotional offers that come with it is a good chance for you to reconsider your decision. Both of these tools are of crucial importance in helping you stay safe and secure while browsing the web.

If you don’t have an account and you’re interested in one, you can become an ExpressVPN customer now.



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