Access Skype VOIP in Qatar, UAE & Saudi
Ever since Skype paved the way for VOIP applications over a decade ago, this has worried governments in the Middle East in countries such as Kuwait, Jordan, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain, UAE & Saudi.
Each of these countries still to this day make regular habits of blocking Skype, one reason is conservative constrains on communication and the other is to try and prevent the vast Indian sub continent migrant worker population from making free calls to back home instead of paying the Telecoms companies quite often owned by close friends to the government.
If you have a secure VPN connection, from ourselves or other providers, this will allow not only free and unmonitored access to Skype & VOIP applications, but it will also unblock all poker & gaming sites as well as TV sites such as BBC iPlayer & Netflix from the UK & USA to watch anywhere in the Middle East.
Most expats living in Arab countries now have VPN subscriptions and an ever expanding number of locals now too have this for these very reasons of true internet freedom.
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