In this article I’m going to help you find the Best VPN for Turkey.

If you have always lived in Turkey, you live there temporarily or even if you’re just travelling through Turkey for a period of time this guide will help you get the best of your internet connection.

Most importantly the providers listed here will allow you to protect your privacy when connected in Turkey but also avoid censorship that is ever increasing across the country.

In the past few years popular websites such as Youtube, Facebook and Twitter find themselves regularly blocked in the country and messaging apps like Whatsapp also finds itself out of service at times of unrest.

To combat this and avoid Turkish internet censorship you should consider one of the following 5 VPN providers.

Best VPN for Turkey

RANKPROVIDERPRICECOUNTRY
LOCATIONS
SIMULTANEOUS
CONNECTIONS
 
1IPVanish Small Logo$6.49 /mo615VISIT SITE »
2VyprVPN Small Logo$6.67 /mo502 - 5VISIT SITE »
3ExpressVPN Small Logo$8.32 /mo783VISIT SITE »
4Overplay Small Logo$8.32 /mo482VISIT SITE »
5VPN.ac Small Logo$4.80 /mo203VISIT SITE »

1. IPVanish

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If you’re looking for a fast VPN provider for use in Turkey then IPVanish should be your first choice.

With over 60 countries worldwide and more than 600 servers there is plenty of choice for Turkish users. IPVanish offer servers in Turkey itself in Istanbul, Bursa and Izmir and is one of the biggest providers to support Turkish VPN servers.

If you want to tunnel out of the country to avoid restrictions and censorship then nearby locations in Cyprus, Bulgaria and Greece will fit the bill.

IPVanish has software for Windows and Mac meaning you’ll be able to access websites such as Facebook, Youtube and Twitter without issue and apps for Android and iOS so if you want to access censored apps such as Whatsapp then this will also be possible.

IPVanish costs US$6.49 per month if you take a yearly package or $10 if you want to pay on a monthly basis.

Desktop software has the option to obfuscate OpenVPN connections which will greatly increase the possibility to bypass censorship.

Other noteworthy features is their 7-day money back guarantee that will allow you to test the service risk free and the fact they allow you to have 5 concurrent connections meaning your whole family can make use of the one service on up to 5 different devices.

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2. VyprVPN

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VyprVPN comes in as my second choice provider because their circumvention methods are great for Turkey.

The service has a unique mode called Chameleon that alters the headers of an OpenVPN connection allowing you to bypass any deep censorship that Turkey may choose to put in place in the future.

Usually this mode is for countries such as China and Iran but if the Turkish government attempt to ramp up the censorship methods then Chameleon will definitely allow you to break free.

VyprVPN has more than 70 global locations available. A Turkish server is available in Istanbul and servers nearby are available in Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Israel and Egypt.

Some of the easiest software I’ve used is available for Windows and Mac and apps for Android and iOS look the same so using the service over a range of devices is a simple affair.

To take advantage of the Chameleon mode you’ll need to choose their Premier or above package which starts at $8.33 per month when taking a yearly package or the slightly expensive $15 when paying on a monthly basis.

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3. ExpressVPN

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ExpressVPN takes third position in my Best VPN for Turkey options.

Servers are available in over 87 countries making them one of the biggest VPN providers which means for use in Turkey you have plenty of choices.

Like the other providers, servers are available in Turkey itself with a range of countries in the surrounding region that will all be suitable for good speeds and to bypass censorship.

ExpressVPN doesn’t have any specific modes like the other providers that will help you bypass censorship as such but the standard service works in Turkey as of the date of this article so you will be able to bypass censorship as standard.

The earlier two providers have a bit of an advantage though because if Turkey ramps up its censorship efforts then the others are likely to break through whereas ExpressVPN will have to make alterations to stay working – worth considering.

On a plus side they offer a 30-day money back guarantee that lets you test the service for a good length of time. They also offer software for Windows and Mac and apps for Android and iOS with the bonus addition of software for Linux.

ExpressVPN will set you back $8.32 per month by taking a yearly package or $12.95 when paying monthly.

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4. Overplay

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If none of the providers so far tick all the boxes for you then it’s worth considering Overplay.

Overplay has servers in Turkey in both Istanbul and Izmir. Servers nearby are available in Cyprus, Greece, Bulgaria and more.

Unfortunately only software for Windows and Mac is available so if you’re a mobile user you may want to consider one of the earlier providers.

Overplay’s unique features are based on accessing TV services so if you’re travelling in Turkey and want to watch online TV from your home country then their SmartDNS feature might interest you.

Prices are a little high and start at $8.33 a month when taking a yearly package and $9.95 if you choose to pay monthly.

Personally I would start with one of the first three providers in the first instance but if accessing TV and bypassing censorship is your main goal then Overplay is certainly worth considering.

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5. VPN.ac

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VPN.ac round up my selection of VPN providers for Turkey and they’re a provider with a difference.

Unlike the four providers listed above VPN.ac are a lesser known VPN service. Even though they’re lesser known they’re actually one of the best services because of the speeds and reliability.

Being lesser known means that if Turkey attempts to block VPN services then they’re unlikely to be affected and as such will allow you to continue to beat censorship.

On the downside being a smaller provider means there are fewer server options in the region. There is no Turkish server and the closest servers are available in Romania and Italy. This isn’t a huge problem but it means you won’t be able to get top speeds.

On a plus side the server is incredibly cheap when taking a yearly package and works out at just $4.90 per month. If you want to pay on a monthly basis then you’re looking at $9 a month.

Software is available for Windows and Mac with a mobile app for Android. An iOS app is in the works but wasn’t available at the time of this article.

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Best VPN for Turkey: Summary

Searching for a VPN provider can be a tough task due to the amount of choices out there.

Finding one that works in Turkey is a whole other minefield.

I hope the 5 providers above have given you some scope on what is available and will help you make a purchasing decision.

My recommendation is that you take a look at either IPVanish or VyprVPN because of their special modes that should be future-proof but it’s worth taking a look at each provider if you have the time.

To recap on the available options check the table below.

RANKPROVIDERPRICECOUNTRY
LOCATIONS
SIMULTANEOUS
CONNECTIONS
 
1IPVanish Small Logo$6.49 /mo615VISIT SITE »
2VyprVPN Small Logo$6.67 /mo502 - 5VISIT SITE »
3ExpressVPN Small Logo$8.32 /mo783VISIT SITE »
4Overplay Small Logo$8.32 /mo482VISIT SITE »
5VPN.ac Small Logo$4.80 /mo203VISIT SITE »