How To Bypass All Internet Restrictions In Oman, Uae, Kuwait, Qatar Or Saudi Arabia

{flickr|100|campaign} A Virtual Private Network (VPN) account allows you to bypass Internet restrictions and get access to blocked websites. Most of the Middle Eastern countries like Oman, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia have imposed restrictions on certain social networking websites like Facebook, Twitter and voice communication services like Skype.

This is a real inconvenience to people who are travelling to these countries. In earlier days, if you were travelling to the Middle Eastern countries, you could use these services to keep in touch with your family with just an Internet connection. Now, the process has become very difficult with the banning of these sites.

Nowadays, people use social networking sites to communicate with their friends and family. Many consider it as a blessing, as it is a very cost-effective way to keep in contact with others. Also, there are many people who use these sites for business purposes. Like social networking sites, Skype also allows voice communication with your family and friends. Being absolutely free, this is the most popular voice communication now available. So, it is a shame that many of these useful services are blocked.

There is a way to bypass Internet restrictions and obtain access to blocked websites by using a VPN service. It actually allows you to create a new IP address somewhere other than the country you reside in. For example, with an USA VPN Plan, you will get an American IP address and you can browse the Internet as if you are doing it from America.

Normally, when you type in a website address, your ISP knows what page you requested and can block access to it. But, with a VPN service, whenever you type in a restricted website address, the details for processing the information are encrypted by the VPN, and your ISP (Internet Service Provider) will not be able to block it anymore. Even more, the ISP will not see any of your browsing history when you are connected with the VPN.