Bulgaria VPN for privacy & security
- Get a Bulgarian IP address
- Watch US Netflix, Amazon Prime and other streaming services
- Take BNT, bTV and other Bulgarian TV with you
- Protect your data at home and abroad
Why use a VPN in Bulgaria?
Protect your digital privacy at home and abroad
Traveling? Using public Wi-Fi? Then you'll need a Bulgaria VPN to encrypt your connection and stop criminals from stealing your information. Surfing online at home? A Bulgarian VPN can prevent your ISP from storing your data.
Bypass geo-blocking on streaming services
Netflix, Disney+ and other streaming services are slowly spreading their reach around the world. However, a lot of geo-blocked content remains. Watch whatever you want with a VPN for Bulgaria.
Stream Bulgarian TV abroad
Want to watch BNT1, BNT2 or bTV just like you were back home? With a VPN and a Bulgarian IP, you can do just that. Surfshark can overcome whatever geo-blocking policies a TV station can summon. It also works on smart TVs.
Bulgaria VPN Questions and Answers
Why would I want a paid VPN?
Free VPNs may look great, but there are always trade-offs. And we’re talking about things outside of the scope of features offered. There’s always the chance that the free VPN is financing itself by collecting your data and selling it to third parties that can exploit it.
Surfshark, a paid app, has no incentive to do that. What’s more, Surfshark operates on a strict no-logs policy. The company doesn’t know anything about what you do with the VPN. The app was also audited by the independent web security testers Cure53.
Is Bulgaria torrent-friendly?
Torrenting of copyrighted material is illegal in Bulgaria. But the laws aren’t enforced, and people who download torrents are usually safe.
However, Bulgaria is taking some action against torrent websites. “The Pirate Bay” is inaccessible without a VPN. However, “Zamunda.net,” a Bulgarian torrent website rated among the world’s biggest, is.
In the end, if you’re about to resort to downloading torrents, better use a Bulgarian VPN to protect yourself.
How does a VPN protect my privacy?
When you’re browsing the internet, your ISP can collect your metadata. That is, it shows what places you visited and when. Governments around the world have implemented directives that make ISPs keep this data for six months and longer.
A VPN keeps this information hidden from the ISP. It can even protect your information from deep packet inspection (DPI). Some countries like China employ this resource-intensive anti VPN measure. Good VPNs like Surfshark can even hide the fact that you’re using a VPN.
In Bulgaria, the Parliament received the 2019 Big Brother Award for privacy violations. The new act applies libel laws to journalists covering private persons – including politicians. This is a troubling development and all the more reason to stay private online.
Will using a VPN make my internet slower?
Bulgaria is the 9th country in the world according to mobile internet speed. It ranks 51st by broadband. Therefore, it’s essential to know whether VPN usage will slow down your connection. With some VPN services, you may be experiencing considerable lag.
Surfshark works to ensure that you have a connection about as fast as you usually have, making it a fantastic choice for Bulgarian VPN. The app can automatically select the fastest (and the closest) servers, so you should have the best possible experience. Of course, there’s nothing preventing you from choosing one of our many other servers from around the world.
A Bulgarian VPN you can rely on
Your real IP address is safe from malicious online actors if you use a Bulgarian VPN. Nobody will know who you are and where you're posting from. The same app will keep your data safe when you connect to public Wi-Fi at home or abroad.
A Bulgarian VPN will help you overcome DNS, IP and even Deep Packet Inspection-layer blocks. You'll be able to access whatever websites and content you want no matter what country you're in.