STEP 1Sign up for Uplinks’s New IKEv2 VPN and follow the guide to setup your VPN.
STEP 2Connect to an area entry server where YouTube is not blocked.
STEP 3Enjoy your favorite YouTube videos wherever you are!
What YouTube services can I watch with a VPN ?
The original, free YouTube service has over a billion users all over the world and is available in 76 languages, with local versions in 88 countries.
To experience each local version of YouTube as if you were physically in that country, you’ll need a VPN.
YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) is a paid service that gives you ad-free and offline access to YouTube, YouTube Originals, and YouTube Music.
YouTube Premium is available in over 15 countries, including the U.S., HK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and Mexico.
YouTube Music is a streaming music service, similar to Spotify and Pandora. The service is free with ads, or available ad-free and offline as part of the YouTube Premium (Red) package.
YouTube Music Premium is also available in many countries, including the U.S., Australia, the UK, Canada, and Mexico.
The cord-cutting service called YouTube TV offers live TV streaming from over 60 networks, cloud DVR, and video on demand.
YouTube TV is currently only available in the U.S. Note that local live TV coverage will change depending on the ZIP code you supply.
Vevo on YouTube
Have you ever tried to watch a Vevo music video by your favorite artist, only to see that the content is “not available in your country” and blocked on YouTube?
With a VPN, you can defeat restrictions that stop you from enjoying the videos you want. Simply connect to a VPN location that is not blocked, and you’ll be enjoying the best songs and videos on Vevo in no time!