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This extension is basically useless upon sign up. After installing it, I immediately tried it, but when I tried checking my location, I'm still in the same country. I gave it a chance, tried it many times. To my disappointment, my IP opera vpn plugin download is still in the same country.
BUT, in April of this year (2018), that, “Opera VPN is an app owned by SurfEasy, which is no longer part of Opera Software.”
Unfortunately, . Which makes using them a complete waste of time.
I'm using SurfEasy now instead. At least this one is straightforward. It gives you 500 MB free for 30 days. I wouldn't suggest it, however, if you're a heavy internet user. You still have to upgrade your account to increase your limit.
Canada is a member of the , an espionage agreement between the Great White North and the United States, Australia, New Zealand and The United Kingdom.
An Opera rep reached out to say that they do offer encryption through HTTPS/SSL. This is the same level of encryption as any other major website on the internet. The issue, however, is that there’s no true tunneling protocol that encryptions your entire connection — just your use on the browser.
Operas VPN that is built inside Operas web-browser, offers it users to surf the web with enhanced privacy. Its 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. So is it worth 
Used Opera VPN on my Android phone for over a year on the recommendation of a friend. I am on a very low budget, so do not have a data plan and only used Opera occasionally when on wifi. It worked OK for most of that time; sometimes it would take several tries to connect. Wondered why I couldn't connect at all the last few times I tried it. Now I find that they discontinued service months ago. They never sent any notice. So I was considering other (this time paid) VPN services and decided to try SurfEasy. Come to find out that Opera was managed by SurfEasy. So forget it, SurfEasy. I am not going to pay you for service when you didn't have the decency to tell your users that Opera Android VPN was shutting down.
This extension is basically useless upon sign up. After installing it, I immediately tried it, but when I tried checking my location, I'm still in the same country. I gave it a chance, tried it many times. To my disappointment, my IP is still in the same country.
I have no idea what city I’m connected to. I have no idea what country I’m even connected to. It had to do a double take when I first saw it because I could not believe the lack of information I was seeing. (Or not seeing, as it were)