The famous web browser maker Opera launched the Developer Preview of their new browser, which includes the Free Virtual Private Network (VPN). Krystian Kolondra, who is the Head of Engineering at Opera said that Opera is the first web browser to introduced full-featured unlimited and free Virtual Private Network Service.
The VPN service is used by those who are not able to access any website which is out of their reach due to government restrictions or to browse Anonymously. This is good news for Frequent VPN service users because Opera is Providing Free VPN with their browsers. The Built-in VPN service with Opera Browser will help users to access the websites blocked in their countries, or blocked over the networks. Also, it will help users to surf the internet anonymously, by masking your original IP address by another IP address of VPN server.
The Opera’s VPN service will be provided with the help of SurfEasy VPN. From a long time, the Surfeasy was Opera’s preferred VPN provider, which they bought last month. The SurfEasy has individual subscription plans of their service, which costs users $6.99 per month. For Opera users, this VPN service will be available for Free of Cost and with Full Features.
Currently, the feature is available in the developer build of this browser, which will be introduced in the commercial browser in next few weeks after testing it.