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Opera’s built-in VPN has received a major upgrade. But you will have to pay.

Opera announced that its premium browser VPN version has been released and is now available to all.

Opera VPN Pro was launched last week. It is billed as a devicewide VPN that offers additional privacy and security for their Android smartphone (opens in new window).

Opera claims it can protect up to six Android devices simultaneously, but the cost is high. Opera also offers advanced encryption technology. Opera is also working on new versions for iOS and desktop platforms.

Opera VPN Pro

Opera, which was the first major browser to offer a built-in VPN in 2005, is improving the quality of its protections.

Opera VPN Pro, which is a free VPN (opens in new window), allows users to access more than 3,000 private networks servers from over 30 virtual locations around the world. It allows users to stream videos and download files securely from public WiFi (opens in new window).

Opera’s premium VPN protects your entire device, not just browsing activity. It can also run in data-saving mode to ensure that you don’t exceed the mobile phone plan’s limits.

The new service is available for a limited period at $1.99/PS1.59 to $5.99/PS4.89 per Month, depending on the subscription (opens in new tab).

New users can also enjoy a free seven-day trial to try the service, as well as a 30-day guarantee of your money back.

Stefan Stjernelund (product manager at Opera) provided additional insight into Opera’s decision to launch a premium VPN services in a press release.

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Opera has always been focused on protecting users’ privacy and we constantly introduce advanced built-in features that help users surf the internet more securely.

“Recently we noticed the growing interest in trusted whole-device protection based upon our users’ requests. Opera decided to launch a trusted VPN Pro solution as a further step.

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