Can’t Find Reddit in Turkey? Break the Block with this Hack!Published by John Bennet on February 24, 2019
When it comes to getting censored by countries outside of the USA, Reddit.com pretty much takes the cake. Officially billed as a “discussion, social news aggregation, and web content rating site, this hodge-podge of technology was founded in 2005 and is valued at around $2 billion.
If you’re loving, working, or traveling in Turkey, you’re only chance to view Reddit is by using a virtual private network (VPN).
Usage is overwhelming done by males (62%) with 35% of people ages 16-14 and 33% age 25-24 employing VPNs at least once per month.
Tips when Researching a VPN
Best VPNs for Reddit in Turkey
VyprVPN born in Switzerland in 2010, allows up to five devices per license and has extensive security protocol in place to keep you safe.
Using 256-bit AES encryption and zero-knowledge DNS ensure that you won’t get caught using Reddit illegally by Turkish authorities, and VyprVPN’s own NAT firewall adds an extra layer of security to keep unwanted visitors out of your connection.
While some companies offer more than one package where only the upper echelon gets all the perks, VyprVPN give away the farm to everyone with unlimited bandwidth and no throttling on upload or download speeds.
SaferVPN lives up to its name starting with a strict no-logs policy born out of its home territory of Israel. A kill switch is also included along with a lot of support for various encryption protocol including PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, IKEv2, and OpenVPN.
SaferVPN is a bit limited on the number of countries it services – just 35 – but it has more than 760 servers, which is healthy enough. It’s a good VPN for USA Netflix and has a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Trust.Zone VPN couples affordability with dependability to make a consistent product for novice or new users in the VPN world. It has a solitary kill switch, but that’s about it for big-time security.
It has a very basic easy to use layout and a free 10-day money-back guarantee. Trust.Zone isn’t going to be your go-to site for getting into Netflix or streaming content flawlessly, but for a job like viewing the largely text-based Reddit in Russia, Trust.Zone is the perfect fit for the job.
It has servers in more than 30 countries to give you flexibility around the globe.