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Access Wikipedia and world news in Turkey with RingVPN
Following the attempted coup in 2016,<br>several news and citizen journalism websites were blocked in Turkey, and Wikipedia remained inaccessible for a long time. To this day, many blogs and citizen journalism websites remain blocked in Turkey. The solution to this is to simply access these sites using our invisible VPN -- which helps you access any pages you like from inside Turkey, across the World Wide Web.
Bypass obstacles to internet access in Turkey
Internet censorship and obstacles to bandwidth and access in Turkey is a state-controlled issue. This is because Turkey’s internet backbone is run by TTNET, a subsidiary of Türk Telekom. This is also the largest ISP in the country. By using RingVPN, you can bypass the blocks placed on Turkey internet access (onsites like Wikipedia and Imagur), through using our secure, untraceable and hidden IP addresses. Connect to any server you like, from over 150 locations and reveal new heights of surfing speed and internet freedom in Turkey.
Enjoy 30 free days of RingVPN in Turkey
Want to sign up to RingVPN to enjoy our internet security offerings, but are not sure if it will work for you in Turkey? Sign up today and experience the first 30 days on us. If you can't view websites and content that you want, we will give you your money back. No questions asked.
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