How to use VPN on Omegle? If that’s what you’re searching for, you’re exactly where you should be. In this piece, I’ll share exactly which VPN to use and how to unblock Omegle on a VPN.
Now, if you’re here, it’s possible that you may have tried to use a VPN with Omegle, and failed. That’s because Omegle actively blocks most VPNs, just like Netflix does.
The good news is, some VPNs can easily bypass the Omegle block without requiring any special steps or technical steps from you.
Let’s get started then?
Table of Contents
- Why can’t I use VPN with Omegle?
- How to use VPN with Omegle?
- Why PureVPN?
- Verified “No logs” policy
- 10 Simultaneous connections
- Compatible with nearly all devices & OS
- 6500+ servers (highest) and 70+ countries
- Impressive speed (and protocols)
- Optional dedicated IPs
- Port forwarding
- 24X7 support
- What other benefits does a VPN offer in addition to unblocking Omegle?
- Final words- How to use VPN with Omegle?
Why can’t I use VPN with Omegle?
Hey, if you’re impatient, just scroll down! I’ve shared the exact steps to use a VPN on Omegle.
However, I believe in understanding a problem before rushing to a solution. It’s more like the “teach a man how to fish…” situation.
So, it’s no secret that Omegle doesn’t use account “registration” as most other platforms do. Instead, it only uses your IP address to identify your country/region. This information is then used to pair you up with people from your country.
Hence, Omegle takes your IP address very seriously. It’s important for it to know your exact location. And this is why Omegle has serious firewalls in place that block most VPNs.
Secondly, Omegle bans users for various reasons, sometimes very serious ones. Because no accounts are associated, IP address is the only way Omegle can recognize and block them. Allowing VPNs will make these bans obsolete.
When I say “VPNs”, I mean IP addresses from VPNs. Omegle can’t outright block any VPN. It only has access to the IP addresses that a VPN uses.
This is another reason why your VPN may not work with Omegle. It’s possible that one of the VPN users did something which led to him/her getting banned. That IP gets blacklisted from Omegle so if you’re using the IP or the VPN, you can’t use Omegle either.
Hence, we only have to use a VPN that has IP addresses that aren’t blacklisted on Omegle yet. Some VPNs do have advanced features which prevent Omegle from detecting the VPN at all.
Those advanced features and special VPNs are exactly what I’m using in this guide.
How to use VPN with Omegle?
Now, let’s get to the “how to” part of things.
The entire process should take less than 5 minutes and 10 clicks! Let’s get started then?
Step 1: Go to PureVPN. It’s one of the very few VPNs which successfully unblocked Omegle out of the 5 other VPNs I tried.
Plus, it’s risk-free for 31 days. If it can’t unblock Omegle or you just don’t like it, you get 100% of your money back. It’s just $2.29/month (and you get dozens of benefits apart from Omegle).
There are about 10 other reasons why I’m using PureVPN for this guide. I’ve discussed those in later sections on this guide.
Step 2: Choose a package that fits your budget.
I’d recommend going with the 24-month package as you get 3 extra months for free. (This essentially brings down the “per month” cost to $2.03. That’s pretty cheap, isn’t it?)
Step 3: Finally, make your payment. I’d recommend going with Cryptocurrencies for added privacy. However, you can also pay using cards, PayPal, or Google Pay if you’d like “refunds”.
Step 4: Download PureVPN for your OS/device.
Step 5: Install PureVPN. It only takes a second.
Step 6: Launch PureVPN and click the “Login” button.
Step 7: Enter your credentials on the next window and you should be logged in.
Step 8: Once you’re logged in, click on the “Globe” icon to bring up the country list. Then, simply choose any country you wish to connect to.
Remember, you can connect to any country except the following:
- North Korea
- And Syria
That’s because Omegle is banned in these countries. Hence, Omegle from its end wouldn’t allow access if you have IPs from these countries.
In case your selected country doesn’t unblock Omegle, simply choose another.
Done. Now, you can simply access Omegle like you normally do!
A question you’re probably asking (or you should be) is why did we use PureVPN for this guide? Is it the only VPN that unblocks Omegle? If not, why did it get priority over the other available VPNs?
Well, here are a few reasons.
Verified “No logs” policy
A lot of VPNs claim they do not store logs, not all of them are telling the truth. The list of VPNs that secretly kept logs and even colluded with the FBI and govt. agencies is getting longer by the day.
Hence, I never take a VPN’s word for it anymore. Unless a VPN gets itself “independently audited”, I do not even consider it, you shouldn’t either.
PureVPN got itself audited not just once, but twice so far! The first audit was by Altius.
It then got itself audited a second time by KPMG. In case you’re new to VPNs, know that KPMG is one of the biggest auditors that exist on the planet.
Moreover, PureVPN is the only VPN I’ve seen (and I’ve seen nearly every VPN that exists out there) that has a “always on” audit enabled. Meaning, a surprise audit can be conducted any time without alerting PureVPN in advance.
That does make PureVPN one of the best and most secure VPNs as far as “no log claims” go.
10 Simultaneous connections
With PureVPN, it’s not just you unblocking Omegle but your entire family. In fact, probably even your relatives and neighbor if you let them.
PureVPN allows 10 simultaneous connections on each device. That’s more devices than most households have, isn’t it?
No extra payments or signups are required. Just share your login details and download the right VPN app based on the device/OS.
Compatible with nearly all devices & OS
I’m sure you don’t access Omegle just on one device, do you? Well, it doesn’t matter with PureVPN.
You can use PureVPN with nearly all major devices & operating systems out there.
The list includes, but isn’t limited to:
- And Chrome.
6500+ servers (highest) and 70+ countries
This is one of the biggest edges PureVPN has over most other VPNs in the industry.
It has over 6500+ servers. This is the highest number of servers I’ve seen in the industry. Not even the top-most, oldest, most-established or highest-rated VPNs in the industry have as many servers.
This massively influences the speed and bandwidth you get. Because of the massive server availability, you’re never bottlenecked and the speed is impressive.
On top of the servers, there are over 70 countries you can choose from. Now that isn’t mind-blowing. I’ve seen other VPNs offer an equal or more number of countries.
However, the combination of 6500+ servers and 70+ countries is extremely impressive.
Impressive speed (and protocols)
In this section, I’ll try to address two aspects of the VPN in a single go.
To stream Omegle (or anything else), you of course need amazing speed.
Now, PureVPN offers one of the fastest VPN speeds in the industry. However, don’t just take my word for it. Let me back it up.
The speed is impressive because of its support for the WireGuard protocol. It’s one of the 3 protocols that PureVPN supports.
Without complicating things for you, let me just say that the protocol decides the speed, security, stability etc. for your connection.
WireGuard is one of the fastest VPN protocols in the industry that’s also extremely secure.
In addition to WireGuard, PureVPN also supports OpenVPN and IPSec/IKEv2 but let’s not get into the technicalities.
Optional dedicated IPs
This is another feature that most other VPNs don’t provide. Yes, you don’t get dedicated IPs with most VPNs even if you’re willing to pay extra.
PureVPN on the other hand lets you purchase a dedicated IP. What this means is, you get one specific IP from one specific location.
This is important when you’ve something that only allows access to specific IPs. With a dedicated IP, you can whitelist this IP and still enjoy all the VPN benefits and privacy.
This is another feature that most other VPNs seem to shy away from.
If I’m being honest, most of you reading this probably won’t ever need port forwarding. You’re here just to unblock Omegle, aren’t you?
However, it’s a feature that’s special and hence deserves this mention.
Port forwarding basically lets you access your system remotely, host game servers, allow FPT access etc. with military-grade encryption.
The final reason why I went with PureVPN?
The company has a 24X7 live-chat that helps you out in case you get stuck.
Not just Omegle, they help you tackle almost any restriction/block on the web. Not just blocks, but any other VPN-related issue is accepted and answered promptly.
This obviously isn’t an exclusive feature. However, I do know of a few VPNs without as impressive support. So, let’s give credits where it’s due, eh?
What other benefits does a VPN offer in addition to unblocking Omegle?
You obviously know that a VPN will let you unblock Omegle and changes your IP address.
But, there are a ton of additional benefits that the VPN brings to you:
- ISPs can’t monitor you or throttle your speed: Without the VPN, of course, everything you do online can be recorded and monitored by our ISP. Additionally, the VPN also makes sure your ISP can’t throttle your speed which they often do to benefit their partners/sponsors or the govt.
- You unblock a lot more than Omegle: PureVPN also gives you access to blocked Netflix content that’s generally hidden from you even if you’re paying Netflix in full.
- Websites/browsers can’t fingerprint you: Without the VPN, all of your searches, clicks, orders, etc. are recorded and tagged. This creates your digital fingerprint and then is sold to third-parties or used to target you with ads/offers.
Final words- How to use VPN with Omegle?
I’m sure you now know how to use VPN with Omegle, don’t you?
The steps aren’t all that complicated. All you’ve got to do is, download a VPN (PureVPN in this case), choose any country you want, and start browsing.
Does this mean you can’t use any other VPN? No, you’re free to use any other VPN you want. However, there’s a probability the VPN you try may be detected and blocked by Omegle.
The best part is its ultra-low entry point, you get to test it for $2.29/month, risk-free! 31 days is a pretty generous trial period, don’t you agree?
That’ll be all for this piece folks. If this piece taught you how to use VPN with Omegle, your comments would be appreciated.