Surprise, Opera's Free VPN Is Back! Here's How To Get It On Your Android Phone.
PCWorld|March 2019

It’s just as free and unlimited as before.

Michael Simon

When Opera announced that it was shutting down its VPN app (go.pcworld.com/sdwn) for iOS and Android last year, it appeared as though it was gone forever. In fact, Opera directed users toward SurfEasy Total VPN with deep discounts on subscription plans. Apparently, Opera thought better of that idea, because it’s bringing its VPN back (go.pcworld.com/adap).

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