NordVPN is already one of the best VPN services on the planet but that hasn’t stopped the company from further investing in its infrastructure and new services. During the last year or so, Nord has expanded its offering that now includes NordPass, NordLocker, and NordVPN Teams. And now it’s unifying the login and sign-up process across all platforms with the newly launched Nord Account.
Nord Account 101
As noted above, Nord Account is meant to unify all Nord services — including NordVPN, NordPass, and NordLocker — allowing users to manage all their accounts from a single place and sign into apps with a click. This is something similar to what major tech companies like Google, Facebook and Microsoft are doing, as well. And many folks like it, as they don’t need to remember multiple passwords but just one.
In addition, from the main Nord Account, users are able to manage all Nord services — if they happen to use more than one. Other options are also there, such as the ability to see your active subscriptions, extend or cancel them, billing history, download apps, and access to the latest security reports.
Nord Account was designed by using the OpenID Connect standard for user authentication. It also provides users with an easier to grasp User Control Panel (UCP) that was designed to “give you the best and most straightforward experience.”
As a NordVPN user, how can you access the Nord Account?
The first thing you need to know is that there is nothing you have to do. Your current account details will automatically transfer to Nord Account, from where you can manage, upgrade or cancel your subscription for NordVPN or other products.
And the situation is similar if you use some other Nord product, like NordPass; your current account will also be automatically transferred to the brand new Nord Account.
If, on the other hand, you still don’t have any Nord product, we suggest starting with NordVPN — which is one of the best VPN services around. For more details, proceed to the link below this article. Yes, you’ll thank us later. 😉