Opera VPN that is built inside Opera’s web-browser, offers it users to surf the web with enhanced privacy. It’s completely free and does not have any bandwidth limits. However, instead of using an OpenVPN, it uses proxy to encrypt your traffic which is less secure than a full, standalone VPN service.

Opera is the first and still only major browser that integrates a free, unlimited VPN service, allowing you to focus on the content that matters without fear of losing privacy.

Free, unlimited, and with no subscriptionEnhanced online privacy is a right for everyone. Built-in VPN requires no subscription, payment, or additional extensions.

Works out of the box:

To activate the free VPN for the first time, enable it in Menu -> Settings -> Privacy -> VPN. From now on you will see an icon on the address bar showing VPN status. Simply click on it to trigger VPN service on and off. You can then select your desired virtual location and also see stats on the data used. Opera VPN can also be used in a private browsing window.

 

Reduces online tracking:

With Opera VPN turned on, your IP address will be replaced with a virtual one, making it harder for websites to track your location and identify your computer. Many tracking cookies will also be blocked.

Shield your browsing in public networks:

Surfing on free, public Wi-Fi in airports, cafes, and event venues is a treat, but it can also be a danger. Using VPN shields your activity from being sniffed out by other users sharing the network.

Search locally while on VPN:

Disguising your IP address throws off trackers from knowing your location, but your online search results can be influenced as well. Not so with Opera’s VPN! It offers an automatic way for your online searches to bypass your virtual location to your actual location, giving you relevant results – then, you can continue to your target destination over VPN.

Ads Blocking:

Opera will speed you up on the web and make sure ads don’t distract you from what matters. Try the first major browser to integrate an ad blocker – no need for add-ons.