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Winners of SailfishVPN Giveaway

Early this week, we had a giveaway organized for SailfishVPN. As promised we are giving away 50 accounts of the said VPN service which are valid for 3 months with unlimited bandwidth. The winners as chosen by a random draw are:

  1. Isaace Bidd
  2. putratwo22
  3. Suman
  4. bopra
  5. Josh
  6. Lee
  7. Shubham
  8. Dave
  9. Steve Griffin
  10. Rick
  11. Ashish Kumar
  12. pheeew
  13. Quan
  14. charan
  15. Tom
  16. david
  17. eins
  18. aniruddh
  19. fabba
  20. venice
  21. Abhishek
  22. Cool
  23. Adrian
  24. Sam Elahi
  25. henrypootel
  26. Chi Hieu Ha
  27. nghia
  28. PJ Laurenson
  29. Mahdi
  30. C.R.
  31. Colin Meeks
  32. cvbnm
  33. rakoes
  34. myimmortalize
  35. Avinash P
  36. Real Laliberte
  37. son
  38. Bukta Gennyes
  39. Raj. Shah
  40. mamad
  41. carlitox
  42. Stephen
  43. vince
  44. Benjamin
  45. brygom
  46. Raju
  47. Ash
  48. Steve
  49. binaryf0rg
  50. NKS

Congratulation all the winners. You will be contacted through email soon.


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