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Hola Chrome extension issuesWhat happened to the Hola Chrome extension? On 14-Sep-2021, Google removed the Hola extension from the Chrome store. As we have no idea why this happened, we are trying to communicate directly with reason cited by the Chrome store was that the extension contains malware. Make no mistake, the Hola extension does NOT contain malware, does not display ads, and above all, respects user privacy. In fact, to the best of our knowledge, it meets or exceeds all of the Chrome store’s policies and guidelines. We made sure of clarify, Hola did not make any substantial changes to the extension in months. The changes made were ‘cosmetic’ changes only, such as updating graphics and love the hola extension, and we have not received any complaints of any kind. Furthermore, to date the extension enjoyed millions of users, awarding it with a pristine 5-star rating. We wish to thank all our users for their continued can I keep enjoying Hola?? We are currently in touch with google and hope to resolve this matter very soon, Until then, you can select one of these options to continue enjoying Hola:Install the HolaVPN desktop application for Windows or Firefox, Edge, or Opera browsers, and install the Hola will, of course, keep you updated as soon as this matter has been any thoughts/suggestions? Please share them with us directly at am a journalist, and I want to cover this story. Who can I talk to? Contact to Hola VPNWhat is Hola VPN? Hola VPN’s goal is to make the Internet faster, more open, and cheaper to operate. Hola VPN is a collaborative (P2P) internet — Hola VPN works by sharing the minimal resources of its users for the benefit of all and for business use by Bright Data. Hola VPN provides several products based on this resource sharing technology:Hola VPN’s free VPN network allows consumers to browse the web without restrictions using a community powered (Peer-to-Peer) VPN. Hola VPN is used by over 160 million people! Hola VPN’s VPN Premium extends the benefits of its Free VPN to more sites and more platforms, such as mobile devices, SmartTVs, game consoles etc. Hola VPN Premium uses a dedicated network of high performance is a community powered (Peer-to-Peer) VPN? Hola VPN is the first community powered (Peer-to-Peer) VPN, where users help other users make the web world-wide again. This means that Hola VPN routes your traffic through other peers (nodes) in the Hola VPN network, as opposed to routing through power-hungry costly servers. This allows Hola VPN to provide you with a superior VPN service with minimal underlying costs. Using real peers to route your traffic rather than proxy servers means that Hola VPN is harder to detect and block. Currently, Hola VPN runs in a hybrid mode – combining traditional VPN architecture and peer-to-peer technology. Chrome browser extension and Opera browser add-on operate as a standard VPN service, and are not part of the Hola VPN peer-to-peer networkWhich operating systems, browsers and devices can I use Hola VPN on? Hola VPN can be installed as a browser extension to Chrome, Firefox, or Opera on Windows and Mac PCs. Hola VPN can also be installed as an app on Android or iOS, and is available as an application () for Windows. All downloads are accessible directly from our home page (installation and use of Hola VPN is subject to our Terms of service and Privacy policy) Hola VPN free? Yes. We offer a free plan that provides limited daily use. Daily usage is individual for each user, so if the usage exceeds the limit, we will offer you to subscribe to the Hola VPN Premium can offer this free plan due to our peer-to-peer architecture. However, some users may prefer not to contribute their resources to the Hola VPN network, and thus can join the Hola VPN Premium service, which lets you use Hola VPN without minimal use of your commercial use of proxies all over the world, we recommend Bright Data Hola VPN Premium subscription:Check out our premium page for a list of available subscriptions, with a 30 day money-back guarantee policyHelps fund our efforts to make the internet better! You are never used as a peerYou can use your Premium membership on up to 10 devices by signing in to in each platform (you must be signed in to for the Premium membership to take effect)Sign up for Hola VPN Premium hereHow does Hola technology work? Hola uses a number of different clients are connected to our standard data center proxy servers using proxy or IKEv2. Once a request arrives at the proxy server, the user is then sent in one of 3 directions:Directly to the proxy itselfRouted internally to a different data centerSent to our P2P networkWe have an internal algorithm to decide the most efficient, reliable, and cost effective route — all based on the needs of the fact is that Hola VPN uses P2P technology that gives us a massive advantage over our competitors. However, our job is to access any site. Therefore in many cases the P2P option is not the best route, for example on iplocation-like Free version of Hola only access sites, whereas for secure browsing and unparalleled security a Hola Premium subscription is you find a site that doesn’t work, please let us know and we will quickly fix Hola VPN is free? Your use of Hola Free VPN Proxy is free of charge in exchange for safely using some of your device’s resources (WiFi and very limited cellular data), and only when you are not using your device. You may turn this off by joining Hola VPN Premium service. Please see our TOS for further much bandwidth do we use? For desktop users we use less than 100MB per day. For mobile users it is around 3MB per day. We believe this is a fair trade in return for providing a free also note that Hola VPN doesn’t show ads or sell information. Furthermore, free users can just install our browser extension. In this case they are not part of our P2P network and don’t contribute any we don’t sell ads? Our vision at Hola VPN is to make the web world wide again, by allowing users to browse the freely &mbash; no censorship, no geographical restrictions, no engineered Hola VPN in a totally new way – as the world’s first (and only) peer to peer VPN, where each user in our community shares a small portion of his resources for the benefit of the network, and thus Hola VPN can be free of VPN makes its revenue by providing corporations the same VPN service we provide to users, but for a fee. This enables us to make Hola VPN free, and keep it free forever! Is Hola VPN using my bandwidth? Like any P2P network, Hola VPN is a “value exchange” network — you get the Hola VPN service for free (on PC, Mac or Android), and in exchange you provide a certain amount of network and processing power when your computer is not in use. This is similar to Skype and other P2P services. To provide you its functionality, Hola VPN sometimes needs to route your services through peers (other people’s devices) on the Hola VPN network. In return, some of their traffic is also routed through your device. They cannot access your device, they are only routed through it. Hola VPN is free on PC, Mac and Android only for non-commercial users. For commercial use by businesses, Hola VPN provides similar routing functionality through the Hola VPN network for a fee. This is how Hola VPN makes its revenues. The amount of traffic that Hola VPN passes through a peer on its network per day on average is less than a 20 second YouTube clip. Premium users of the Hola VPN network pay a monthly subscription and in return only use the network and do not contribute to it with minimal device I use Hola VPN and not be a peer contributing to the community? Yes, consumers can pay a fee to only use the Hola VPN, but not contribute their unused resources to the network. This would mean that you will be using Hola VPN as just any other paid-for VPN service. Sign up for Hola VPN Premium hereHow can Hola VPN be free? VPNs have existed for almost as long as the Internet. VPN companies need to set up and maintain servers in various countries. These servers are then used for routing your traffic in order to change your IP. In addition, these VPN companies need to pay bandwidth bills for their users’ traffic. This is very expensive. This built-in cost, coupled with the need of any company to turn a profit, makes a traditional VPN service quite expensive for the end-user (typically around $10 per month) VPN built a peer-to-peer overlay network for HTTP, which routes the sites you choose through other Hola VPN users’ devices and not through expensive servers. Users that opt-in to the peers’ community agree to contribute their device’s resources to the network. Hola VPN takes up minimal resources from these users’ devices. This makes Hola VPN the first VPN service that has minimal underlying operational costs. Users who want to enjoy the Hola VPN network without contributing minimal device resources can do so by joining the Hola VPN Premium can Hola VPN offer products for free and with no ads? Like any P2P network, Hola VPN is a “value exchange” network – you get the service for free, in exchange for providing a minimal amount of network and processing amount of traffic that Hola VPN passes through a peer on its network per day on average is less than a 20 second YouTube Hola swapping people’s IP addresses? Hola is an “IP exchange network” by which users can unlock all of the world wide web. This is Hola’s main benefit as advertised on our web site and multiple publications since 2012 when we VPN may be viewed as the VPN comparable of Airbnb in the Hotel industry — whereas traditional VPNs must own expensive servers (real estate) and therefore charge high fees for VPNs, Hola is an “IP exchange network” where people provide their IP in exchange for using other people’s IPs. Much like where Airbnb can offer more locations and a lower cost because of their network, Hola VPN can offer more IP locations and a much lower cost by doing the same for patented technology has made Hola the only VPN that was able to serve over 250, 000, 000 people to date with a free VPN, which otherwise would have been too expensive for any company to provide. Because of Hola’s huge number of locations (IPs), it is the most unblockable service, allowing people in countries that censor the Internet to see the Internet as it it safe? Hola makes it clear on its web site that it employs technology to catch potentially malicious uses of its network, and that we do keep logs and will report any malicious use to the authorities. These measures are probably what make Hola the least attractive VPN for people with malicious or illegal intent to use. They much prefer the various other VPNs that promise not to keep logs (winking at their view of illegal uses of their network) our over 8 years of existence and more than 250 million users, to our best knowledge there has not been even one user that has been suspected (much less charged) with illegal use as a result of another user’s does Hola VPN make money? We keep Hola VPN free for PCs by selling the same VPN service that you use to VPN works because it is a peer-to-peer network – you use the network and contribute to the network. To provide this service without charge to our community, Hola VPN charges validated corporations for use of the network. For Hola VPN users that do not want to be a peer in this network, we offer the Hola VPN Premium service, which lets you only use the network, but not be a part of itHola VPN keeps your information private and does not pass it on to any third party. Consumers have grown used to having Internet businesses collect some of their personal information and sell that on to third parties (either as advertisements or other). Hola VPN’s business model is different — we don’t collect any of your personal information — we use a small fraction of your computer’s resources when they are not in use (so that we never slow you down) for the benefit of the network. We find that to be much less intrusive than the existing business models. Check out our premium page for a list of available subscriptions. I love the Hola VPN service. How can I share my love? We definitely need your help to make the internet better! Here’s what you can do:Tell your friends and family! Share about us on your Facebook page (See our Facebook page for items to share)Translate: Help to translate Hola VPN to your native language! If you are interested to do so, please visit translate pageHow can I use Hola VPN for my business? Hola VPN and Hola VPN Premium are for private, non-commercial use. If you are looking for a robust business proxy service please check Bright Data service and receive a free trial. Your subscription to Bright Data will grant you with:Automation: developer API that allows controlling the routing of your HTTP/S requests via softwareAllow many concurrent sessionsHigh bandwidth/high request rate with multiple IPsMore precise IP resolutionAccess to 30+ million IPs all around the worldGeo-targeting options like: country, city, ASN, and carrierFaster changing of IPEngineering technical supportWhat are some typical use cases for the Bright Data services? Businesses typically use the Bright Data service for:Brand Monitoring: Brands use Bright Data to check the prices and descriptions of their products on stores that sell these products, to ensure compliance with pricing and description of the ad-fraud / ad-cloaking: Ensuring that advertisements’ landing pages conform to the content of the advertisement itself, so that there are no malicious advertisements on the brand’s siteSelf-test: Checking what the brand’s site looks like from different locations around the worldPrice comparison: Brands use Bright Data to anonymously compare their prices with their competitors’ to ensure that they are competitiveMore use casesGeneral troubleshootingI forgot my password, how can I reset it? To reset your password go to forgot passwordCan I use my account on multiple devices? Yes. Your Hola user account works across all platforms. If you purchase one of our Premium plans, you can become a “Premium” user up on 10 different devices. There is no need to buy a plan for any device. One plan covers all you change the email address? We can not change your email address once you registered with it. If you registered with a wrong email, register again with the right email VPN is on, but I still can’t access the web page I want to see. What should I do? Try each of these methods separately:Go to the site you want to access, click the Hola VPN extension icon, and select the flag of the country you want to view the site fromIf that does not work, disable and enable the Hola VPN extensionTry forcing the site to reload by pressing the CTRL and F5 (or Shift + refresh button)Clear your browser’s cache, including the cookies (typically under ‘Settings’ > ‘Privacy’ or keyboard shortcut CTRL +SHIFT + DELETE)Close the browser, reopen it, and try againDisable other extensions to check if any of them is causing the problemUninstall Hola VPN from the browser. Then, go to Hola VPN’s site and click ‘Start’Disable other VPS (Virtual Private Server), proxy software, or other software that might conflict with Hola VPN, such as IE tab, Avast WebRep, Flash Blocker, and your Hola VPN by going to should show the country from which you are browsing. Click the Hola VPN extension icon > under ‘Select Country’ select United States, or any other country. The page will refresh, and should show that the country from which you are browsing is United States, or the country you chose. If it does not, proceed with the steps that you have the latest version of your browser:Disable your antivirus or firewall (at your risk) to see if they are causing the problemIf you still have problems, please see the problem reportHola VPN’s icon disappeared from my browser. What should I do? Try each of these separately:For ChromeClose Chrome, and reopen it againIn Chrome, move your mouse to the address bar at the top of the page, just beside the bookmarks star. Try to drag the address bar to the leftTry to click the ‘>>’ (more) icon at the top right of the address bar, and see if Hola VPN’s icon is on the listOpen Chrome’s extensions settings. Ensure that Hola VPN’s extension is installed. If not, download it from Hola VPN’s webpageDisable and re-enable Hola VPNFor FirefoxClose Firefox, and re-open itOpen Firefox’s Add-ons settings. If not, download it from Hola VPN’s webpageMove your mouse to Firefox’s settings button, click the mouse’s right button, and select ‘Customize’. Drag the Hola VPN icon back to the barI get this message: ‘Hola VPN cannot work because another extension is controlling your proxy settings’. What should I do? Disable all other extensions and then enable them back, one by one, to find the extension that is causing the conflict with Hola VPN. I get this message: ‘There seems to be an error – Reload Hola VPN’. What should I do? You could be receiving this message either because you are behind a corporate firewall through which Hola VPN cannot pass, or because the Hola VPN system is down. Alternatively, this message can result from some other problem that we are not able to pinpoint. If you are behind a firewall (e. g. at work), try connecting to a different network (different WiFi for example), or outside the company. Otherwise, try the following:Disable and enable the Hola VPN, and try againIf that does not work, clear your browser’s cache, including the cookies (typically under ‘Settings’ > ‘Privacy’ or keyboard shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + DELETE)Close all of your browsers, re-open and try againUninstall Hola VPN (on your browser’s extensions, and through add/remove software), and re-install Hola VPN from Hola VPN’s siteI have a Premium membership. Why my status is not updated to Premium? Your Premium membership is associated with the account you used for registering to Hola VPN when you started the membership. As long as you are signed in, using that account, you appear as a Premium user. Sign in to your accountFor example, if you registered with your Google account and you are using your Facebook account, Hola VPN will not recognize you as a Premium userThe email you received from Hola VPN after starting your subscription indicates which account is associated with your membershipIf you used PayPal to pay for your membership, it may take few minutes for the membership status to get updatedIf you have a Premium membership but still do not see that in your status, take the following steps:Go to the My Account pageUse the same account you used when you registered for Hola VPN Premium. If you are not sure which account to use, refer to the email message you received from Hola VPN when you started your the ‘Premium Membership’ section for your membership status:If it shows beside ‘Active Until’ a future date, it means your membership is valid through that dateIf it reads ‘You don’t have a Premium subscription. Already a Premium member? ‘, you might have signed in by using the wrong account. Try logging out and logging with a different email address and check the My Account page again. For example, if you signed in using your Google’s account, log out and try to sign in with your Facebook account, or your email note: Hola VPN service is provided for each platform individually. Therefore, you need to purchase a separate membership for each platform where Hola VPN is to be the problem is not resolved, contact our support teamIs it possible to pay for Premium without automatically recurring payments? If you’d like to manually buy each subscription period (monthly, yearly) separately, you can do the following:Go to the Premium page and start a monthly or annual Premium membershipAfter completing the payment process, go to your account’s pageFollow the instructions to turn off auto-renewalHow do I keep Hola VPN’s version updated to the latest version? We update Hola VPN often with bug fixes and new features. We keep your version of Hola VPN automatically and iOS users: Ensure that you keep automatic updates onWhich information should I provide to Hola VPN when reporting a problem? If you have gone through the above troubleshooting steps and are still facing problems, contact our support team, and include as much of the following information as you can:The platform you are using Hola VPN onYour Operating System: E. Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8), Android, Mac (OS X version)Screenshots of the problemA brief description of the problemName of the Antivirus or Firewall you are usingThe type of network your computer is on: Personal (like your Home) or Corporate (like your work or University)Other VPN or Proxy applications you are using/runningWhich website(s) are you having problems with? Purchase invoice, if the question is related to your Premium membershipNote: Many times resetting your computer/cell phone and ensuring that you have internet connectivity will solve your problem. I have problems with Hola VPN on Firefox: sites are missing, I’m stuck on an old version, I keep getting redirected to install Hola VPN for Firefox, old versions of Hola VPN for Firefox, which were installed from the Mozilla Add-ons store, don’t get automatically updated to the newest version of Hola VPNUninstall the current Hola VPN you have, and go to Hola VPN’s website, click ‘Start’ to get the latest version of Hola to access sites in Chrome Incognito? You can allow Hola VPN in incognito as follows:Open extension pageEnable “Allow in incognito”I can’t install the Hola VPN client (exe)Try the following:Go to Hola VPN and click ‘Start’Your antivirus or firewall might be blocking the Hola VPN installation. You can try to temporarily disable them (at your risk) and re-try to install Hola VPN, to see if that fixes the WinXP: Verify that you have service pack 3 installedEnsure that your browser is up to dateHow do I uninstall Hola VPN? You can uninstall Hola VPN as follows:Hola VPN Chrome extension:Open Chrome > right click on Hola VPN’s iconClick ‘Remove from Chrome’Note: This does not uninstall the Hola VPN client from your PC; to remove the client, carry out the steps belowHola VPN Firefox extension:Go to ‘Add-ons’ settings in FirefoxClick ‘Extensions’ on the left sideLook for ‘Hola VPN Better Internet’, and click ‘Remove’Note: This does not uninstall the Hola VPN client from your PC, to remove the client, carry out the steps belowHola VPN client for Windows: Go to to ‘Programs and Features’ in ‘Control Panel > look for ‘Hola VPN’ and uninstall itHola VPN client for Mac:Quit the Hola VPN client then drag the Hola VPN client from ‘Applications’ to ‘Trash’. Restart your MacHow do I stop Hola VPN from starting automatically when Windows starts? Windows 7:In ‘Search programs and file’ bar in Windows ‘Start’ menuSearch for ‘System Configuration’Switch to ‘Startup’ menuLook for ‘Hola VPN’ and uncheck itClick ‘OK’Windows 8. X/10:Click on Windows ‘Start’ buttonClick ‘Control Panel’, and open ‘System and Security’Choose from the list ‘Administrative Tools’, and open ‘System Configuration’Click ‘Startup’ then ‘Open Task Manager’Choose ‘Hola VPN Better internet’ and disable itHow can I fix ‘Failed to connect’ in Hola VPN? Ensure that necessary services are enabled in Windows:Press WIN+R and type in the opened dialog, then click ‘OK”Services’ control panel should be and right-click ‘Remote Access Auto Connection Manager’ in the right pane of ‘Services’Click on ‘Properties’Select ‘Manual’ from ‘Startup type’ and click ‘OK’Next, locate and right-click ‘Remote Access Connection Manager’ in the right pane of ‘Services’Click on ‘Properties’Select ‘Manual’ from ‘Startup type’ and click ‘OK’Next, locate and right-click ‘Telephony’ in the right pane of ‘Services’Click on ‘Properties’Select ‘Manual’ from ‘Startup type’ and click ‘OK’I received an account verification email, but the link is not workingIf the verification link is not clickable or part of the link is cut off, copy and paste the entire URL into your browser’s address bar and press EnterThe verification link might have expired. To request a new verification link, visit my account, sign in, and then resend a verification linkIf you are still unable to verify your email address within 48 hours, please contact our support teamHow do I turn off 2-Step Verification? If 2-step verification (2-step authorization) is annoying, you can disable it in settings. But keep in mind that disabling it makes your account less porting vulnerabilityWe appreciate any contribution that help us keep our users will provide a modest bounty of $50 for a qualified and unknown vulnerability report. For critical and high-impact security vulnerabilities we will provide a higher bounty at our discretion. Contact us! I have feedback or an idea for Hola VPNWe love to hear your feedback and ideas. Contact us! Removing my Hola accountIf you want us to remove your Hola account and all of its associated data, please let us know by sending an email to Android troubleshootingWhen does my device contribute to the Hola VPN peer network? When you are not using your device(so that you always have the fastest speed at your fingertips)When your device is NOT roamingWhen your device is connected to an electricity source(so that you always have all the battery power you need)You can read here more about community powered (Peer-to-Peer) VPNWill my cellular plan be used by the Hola VPN peer network? We prefer to use WiFi! We may use very limited cellular data and we won’t use while roamingHow can I clear my browsing history? Go to menu (top right of the home screen)Click ‘Settings’Choose ‘WEB’ from the top listScroll down to ‘Advanced Settings’Click ‘Clear history’Please note: You can also set Hola VPN to clear the browsing history every time you exit Hola VPN by selecting the check box ‘Clear history on exit’ at the top of the listHow do I use the Hola VPN built-in browser? Hola VPN app comes with a built-in browser which allows you to access any website from any country. Click the country flag from the top of the screen to change the Hola VPN browser IP (internet address) to the country you want to virtually browse from. Once you pick a country, enter the website you want to browse to in the address bar. You will be virtually browsing from the country you selectedTo see a list of popular sites in your country, click the Hola VPN browser’s address bar from the home screen. From that list, you can select the site you want to browse to, and the country you want to browse the site fromHola VPN helps to make the internet faster, more open, and cheaper to operate. We cannot provide support for a specific domain or service. Moreover, users must always comply with the site’s terms of use Using pay sites with Hola check the functionality of the VPN please visit or any other IP locater, and you will be able to see your IP is an IP of the country you VPN is not working for meIf Hola VPN isn’t working on your Android device, it’s possible that there is a conflict with another application or system following apps can not run at the same time or might cause conflict with Hola VPN:Ad-blocker apps: Some content might not appear/work due to ad-blocker apps. Thus, try to turn ad-blocker apps off, and then try again to load the requested apps: Hola VPN cannot work with other VPN apps at the same timeDNS apps: Hola VPN cannot work with other DNS applications at the same timeProxy settings:Remove previously installed settingsTry to reset your network settingsEnsure that you turn on Hola VPN’s VPN directly from Hola VPN’s app, and not from the settingsApp is set to a ‘browsing from’ country with Hola VPN but still does not work:Open Android settings > Application manager > Downloaded > select the app you wish to get access to > Clear data > clear cacheOpen Hola VPN > look for the app you want to use with Hola VPN and click on it > select the requested country from ‘Browsing from’ > click openI am not interested in seeing ‘Popular apps’, can I hide it? Go to Hola VPN app > settings > turn ‘Popular List’ offHow can I temporarily disable Hola VPN app? Go to Hola VPN app > settings > turn off Hola VPNHow do I uninstall Hola VPN? Open ‘Play Store’Press the ‘menu’ button, and then under ‘Apps & Games’ select ‘My apps & games’Look for Hola VPN and uninstall itPlease note: If you have Hola VPN Premium, this neither stops payments nor ends the subscription! To stop the subscription, visit ‘Subscriptions’ in ‘My Account’ settings on the ‘Play Store’How do I use Hola VPN on Android apps that I cannot find on the store? Open your phone’s browserSearch on Google for the application’s APK download. For example, if you are looking for the Wikipedia app (which you might not be able to download if blocked by your government), search for ‘Wikipedia APK download’ (this is the application’s installation file)Once the APK is downloaded, click it to start the installationIf you get a message that you can’t install non-Market apps, see How to enable non-Play appsOnce installed, go back to Hola VPN app, and open the desired appBug reportTo report a problem on Android, follow these steps:Open Hola VPN > settings > ‘Issue Report’Write a brief description about the problemAttach screenshots of the problemiOS troubleshootingI have a problem with Hola VPN on iOS, what should I do? For all iOS-related questions, see Hola VPN iOS FAQHola VPN change GPS locationEnable ‘Developer options’ manuallyOn some devices the app would not be able to enable the ‘Developer options’. As a result the app would not function properly. Please see the following to manually enable the ‘Developer options’Go to your device’s ‘Settings’Scroll down to ‘About’ and enter itIn ‘About’ keep clicking on the ‘Build number’ until you see ‘You are now a developer’You have activated the ‘Developer options’! You can now enable ‘Mock locations’ and use the app – See the next section to learn how to enable ‘Mock location’How do I enable the Hola VPN change GPS location app on Android? To enable Android’s ‘mock location’, click ‘SETTINGS’ on the pop out in Hola VPN change GPS location appFor Android 6 or higher:Scroll down to ‘Select mock location app’Select ‘Hola VPN change GPS location’For Android 5 or older:Scroll down to ‘Allow mock locations’ and turn it onPlease note: You can always change these settings using ‘Android developer settings’Billing FAQI have a billing question, what should I do? For all billing questions, visit the Hola VPN Billing FAQHola VPNWhat is the Hola VPN? Hola VPN is the first community powered (Peer-to-Peer) VPN, where users help each other make the information on the web accessible for everyone VPN is very easy to setup (one click), and is free and ad-free for PC and Mac users. It is useful for seeing how a website looks like from a certain country, for overcoming government censorship (e. using Facebook from a country that blocks it), for overcoming your corporation’s internet site blocking, for seeing a site in its native language (e. seeing the Spanish news site as it appears to Spanish users), and VPN is free on PC, MAC and Android for private use. For a commercial-level VPN, see Bright Data serviceHow do I use Hola VPN? Go to a website you would like to use, click Hola VPN’s extension icon in your browser, and select the country from which you would like to access the site. Hola VPN will switch your IP (your internet address) to the country you selected, so that you are virtually browsing from that ternatively, you can click the Hola VPN extension from any page, and enter a website you would like to access, then select the country. Enjoy! We cannot provide support for a specific domain or service. Moreover, users must always comply with the site’s terms of use Using pay sites with Hola check the functionality of the VPN please visit or any other IP locater, and you will be able to see your IP is an IP of the country you you purchased a Hola VPN Premium account and wish to get a refund, please send us the email address with which you signed up to our Hola VPN identifies a webpage that many people in your country access by using Hola VPN, Hola VPN assumes that you may want to access this page via Hola VPN as well. You can click ‘unlock’ to access the page via Hola VPN, or click ‘x’ to continue browsing normally. Based on your decision, Hola VPN will create a rule that you can change does Hola VPN ensure the legitimate use of its consumer network? Hola VPN regularly monitors the consumer network for traces of misuse or security breaches. In addition, architecture modifications allow Hola VPN to see the origin of each request, thus if a cyber criminal were to use the Hola VPN network, the cyber’s criminal information may
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How to access websites that block datacenter IP addresses – V2 Cloud

In this tutorial, you will learn how to access websites that block data center IP addresses. Some websites will be blocked when a user from a Cloud Computer tries to access them, this is because their firewall detects datacenter IP addresses, and to avoid having robots browsing their site, they simply block even legitimate requests coming from DaaS.
To unlock these websites users need to install a VPN client extension in Chrome, in order to install a VPN client please follow the below steps:
Hola VPN
Hola VPN is a free option to install in Chrome browser and access blocked websites as explained above. In order to install Hola VPN please follow these steps:
1. Connect to your Cloud Computer and open Chrome.
2. Copy the link below to install Hola VPN Chrome extension, click Add to Chrome
3. Click Add extension to confirm and install Hola VPN
4. You will get a confirmation message that extension was added successfully. Click the x to close the window.
5. In the top right of your browser click the Hola VPN icon and click the power button to enable it.
6. You will be connected to a server in USA.
7. The Hola VPN icon will change to a USA flag; now feel free to browse the blocked website.
PureVPN is a paid service that can be purchased on a monthly subscription, and it offer a 7 days free trial option. Please follow the instructions below to install Pure VPN Chrome extension.
2. Copy the link below to install PureVPN Chrome extension, click Add to Chrome
3. Click Add extension button to confirm.
4. You can select Free Trial to continue and enable their service.
5. In the free trial request form, input your email and check the option to accept the terms and conditions, after that you will be sent a username and password by email.
6. In the top right corner there will be the PureVPN icon, click on it and click connect.
7. When service is connected, the icon will be changed to the USA flag. Now you can browse your blocked website.
Best 6 REALLY FREE Hola Alternatives: Fast and Safe in 2021!

Best 6 REALLY FREE Hola Alternatives: Fast and Safe in 2021!

Let’s be honest: “free” and “VPN” are almost never a good combination.
Sure, there are some exceptions, but Hola – which has put its users at risk repeatedly – is certainly not one of them. So here are 5 better – and safer – alternatives.
Quick Guide: Free VPNs to Use Instead of Hola
Expert Tip: ExpressVPN – while not actually cost-free, it’s backed by a 30-day money-back guarantee so you can get a refund if you don’t like it.
CyberGhost — premium VPN, with over 7, 290 servers and offering a 24-hour free trial.
Windscribe – this free VPN offers decent speeds and a monthly 10GB of data transfer.
TunnelBear – possibly the most user-friendly VPN out there, and one of the most popular free VPNs on the market.
– this is one of the best free VPNs, with decent connection speed and 28 servers in 22 different countries.
– this VPN offers a 3-day free version.
Why not Hola? Because It’s Not Safe
Hola simply can’t be trusted. Sure, it’s free, unrestricted, and doesn’t use ads, and that may sound tempting… but beware.
The problem with Hola is that it uses a peer-to-peer system, meaning that you share your bandwidth with other users. While that is sure to slow down your connection, that’s the least of your problems.
Since you’re also sharing your IP address, you have no control over what it’s used for— leaving you open to having someone else’s creepy (or illegal! ) online activity traced back to your IP address. Ugh!
On top of that, Hola has put its users at risk. In July 2018, MyEtherWallet (MEW), a popular service used to access crypto wallets, claimed that users who accessed the service with Hola were at risk of a malicious attack. For five hours, Hola was hacked, and therefore anyone who used Hola to access MEW during that time was wide open to cryptocurrency theft.
Sadly, that was not even the only time Hola was hacked!
Hola was removed from the Chrome store because Google identified malware in the installation file. The VPN said it has no idea how this happened, as it didn’t make any substantial changes to the extension. However, you can’t use it anymore with Google Chrome, and Hola recommends you download its desktop apps or Firefox, Opera, or Edge extensions.
Those serious safety flaws, have led us to put this VPN at the top of our list of VPNs to avoid. To learn more about why you should steer clear of Hola, see our full Hola review.
Is a Free VPN Right for You?
A free VPN may seem like a good idea. You don’t really want to fork over extra cash just to browse the internet, and you don’t mind if your VPN displays ads. Maybe you don’t feel like you really need a bunch of fancy premium features.
Whatever you choose to do, be sure to make an informed decision. Keep in mind that all companies need to make money. While some might do this by displaying ads, others could be using shadier methods, such as compromising your privacy and selling your data. Also, while using a free VPN, you may find that your connection is annoyingly slow, your bandwidth is too limited to do what you want, or you don’t have access to servers in the location you need.
Many paid VPN services offer money-back guarantees so you can ask for a refund if you aren’t satisfied. Our expert tip is that you use is ExpressVPN.
Expert Tip: Try ExpressVPN Risk-Free
ExpressVPN is one of the fastest VPNs available, plus it’s packed with some of the most advanced features. You can rely on this VPN to never get hacked.
With ExpressVPN you’ll be able to enjoy buffer-free streaming and outstanding security without committing to an expensive plan.
Since making the leap from a free VPN to a paid one is not always an easy one, it offers you a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can get a refund if you don’t like it.
Why ExpressVPN is Ranked as the #1 VPN?
It consistently unblocks Netflix so you never miss an episode
It boasts more than 3, 000 servers in 90 countries — no free VPN comes anywhere near those numbers
It guarantees you lightning-fast connection speeds
It has advanced security protocols, military-grade encryption, and a kill switch
It’s not based in a country that is part of the 5 Eyes, 9 Eyes, and 14 Eyes Alliance, so your privacy is guaranteed.
And, of course, unlike free VPNs — it has 0 ads, keeps no logs, and doesn’t sacrifice your data or privacy to third parties.
Try ExpressVPN Risk-Free
Best Free VPNs to Use Instead of Hola:
No free VPN is perfect, but if you’re not quite ready to invest in a paid service, those are the decent options you should use. Our experts have done the legwork for you and put together a list of the best ones:
1. CyberGhost
Free version pros:
Impressive speeds
Unlimited bandwidth
7, 290 servers in 90 countries
Strong encryption
Zero-logs policy
Free version cons:
Only free for 24 hours
CyberGhost is a premium VPN that offers a convenient 24-hour free trial so you can see if you like it. After that, you can sign up for a plan and use its 45-day money-back guarantee to test it even further.
It has a strict no-logs policy, so you don’t have to worry about your data being stored and shared with third parties. Besides, it protects you from IP and DNS leaks so no hacker can access your personal information.
It doesn’t have any data caps, so you can use it to stream and browse as much as you like. With over 7, 290 servers around the world, you’ll have no problems accessing geo-restricted content. Plus, it allows you P2P transfers on all its locations, and you’ll be completely anonymous at all times.
You can try it out completely free with its 24-hour free trial. If you want to see its performance, then take a look at the full review.
2. Windscribe
Decent speeds
A generous 10GB of data transfer per month
Data transfer is capped
You don’t get access to all their servers
If it has to be free, it should be Windscribe. It has reasonably good speeds, and it is quite reliable in general: it is a true VPN, not a connection to a proxy network like Hola.
In order to keep it free, data transfer is capped. However, users get a generous 10GB every month, which allows a decent amount of browsing and watching geo-restricted videos.
Besides capping data transfer, Windscribe does not allow non-paying users access to all their servers, and that can be a major disadvantage – however, the free server locations still offer decent speeds.
The reasonably-priced pro version will give you unlimited data transfer and access to over 170 servers in 60 different countries.
If you’re still not sure if you’re ready to try it out, check out these user reviews.
3. TunnelBear
No popup ads
No logging
Monthly limit of 500MB
Limited server access
Doesn’t work well with Netflix
TunnelBear is likely the most user-friendly free VPN available, with simple apps for MacOS, Windows, and all mobile devices. It also has a wide range of servers across the world to ensure seamless routing of traffic data everywhere from Norway to Hong Kong, but its India and Australia nodes are limited in the free VPN version.
Fortunately, the free version does not have annoying popup ads like you find in Hola.
TunnelBear promises no traffic logging and high-quality encryption. The big drawback of the free version is that you are limited to 500MB per month (plus it does not work well with Netflix). This renders it useless if you’re trying to bypass geoblocks and stream video. Nevertheless, it’s one of the most popular free VPNs on the market.
The premium version offers you unlimited data transfer and access to servers in 40+ countries.
No ads
Full customer support
Monthly limit of 2GB data transfer
No access to OpenVPN
Only one device per account
is another one of the best free VPNs available, with 28 servers spread across 22 countries. Security is guaranteed with the OpenVPN encryption, and the connection speed is decent.
There is a 2GB data transfer limit per month for the free service. It will definitely be enough when you just need to unblock some websites or get some privacy when using a public hotspot. And you can find out what real users think of it here.
The premium version will give you unlimited bandwidth, premium support, and 10 devices on a single connection – all with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
111 server locations
No personal info needed to sign up
You can use it for only three days
1GB data transfer limit
Only one device per account, a Seychelles-based VPN provider who does not store logs of any kind, has a good free client. It offers you access to servers in 100+ locations, and with its 256-bit AES encryption and kill switch, it’s extremely secure. Users certainly seem to like it.
does not require any names or personal information to sign up for the free version – just an email address. The big drawback of this free VPN is that you can only use it for three days.
If you decide you’d like to continue using it, the paid version allows for up to 5 simultaneous connections, access to servers in 90+ locations and unlimited server switching.
6. Betternet
Easy to use
No registration necessary
Supported by ads
Betternet is a 100% free VPN, making money by offering free sponsored apps and video ads. They keep virtually no logs (except for connection logs), have no data limits, and their service is friendly, making them a popular choice among users.
Unlike with Hola, you do not share your bandwidth or IP address with any other users.
Head to Head Comparison
Basic Features
Server Locations (Number of Countries)
Number of Servers
No servers, P2P
7, 290
Number of IP Addresses
117 Million
Does keep logs?
Includes Kill Switch?
Devices per License
Network Type
Peer-to-Peer or Server
Peer-to-Peer: Free, iOS/Android/Server: Paid
Free for 24 hours
Free & Paid
Platforms Supported
As browser extension only
Chrome, Opera, FireFox
Chrome, Opera
Chrome, FireFox
Game Consoles
Smart TVs
Linux, AppleTV,
Ubuntu, Synology NAS
Ubuntu, Blackberry
Ubuntu, Mint 17. 1, DD-WRT, Windows Mobile
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The information above can be used to track you, target you for ads, and monitor what you do online.
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Frequently Asked Questions about how to use hola extension

How do I use Hola on Chrome?

Hola VPNConnect to your Cloud Computer and open Chrome.Copy the link below to install Hola VPN Chrome extension, click Add to Chrome. … Click Add extension to confirm and install Hola VPN.You will get a confirmation message that extension was added successfully.More items…

How long can you use Hola VPN free?

Users certainly seem to like it. The big drawback of this free VPN is that you can only use it for three days. If you decide you’d like to continue using it, the paid version allows for up to 5 simultaneous connections, access to servers in 90+ locations and unlimited server switching.Oct 11, 2021

How do I use Hola VPN on Windows 10?

Setting up Windows 10 with Hola Premium VPNInstall the Hola VPN application.Login using your account details.Select a country to connect to.Access the application from the tray icon to connect/disconnect.For any issues with Hola VPN Premium, please contact us.

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