There’s a number of reasons you would want to use a VPN (Virtual Private Network).
The most common one is of course to access better entertainment. Common folks use VPN to enter the websites that were previously “forbidden” in their countries.
Corporations use VPN so their employees have the access to the main servers even if they are on another continent. There is a lot of VPN providers out there.
Free ones are insecure and slow so you usually have to pay for a quality one.
Innovative as always, new Opera features a built in VPN service users can activate in a matter of seconds. While the leading browsers can’t really look upon Opera’s marketing strategy they can definitely learn a few things about the user’s needs.
Remember, Opera has a built in ad block feature. Entertainment giants such as Netflix already banned Opera’s proxies, although some say these restrictions can be bypassed.
Even with the big entertainment websites banning Opera’s native VPN, the users can still enjoy the anonymity and security it provides. For those who are still looking for a standalone VPN service, we recommend Jack Cator’s Hidemyass.