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Unlock Facebook In Vietnam

I live in Vietnam and am not happy about the fact that I have to go through a lot of hassles just to get onto Facebook and talk to to my friends. Since the government doesn’t think Facebook is a good thing I had to find a way to unlock Facebook in Vietnam.

So, me and my friends got together and did some research and lo and behold, we found out that there was a way to unlock Facebook in Vietnam! And so we wouldn’t have to give up chatting with our friends or looking up stuff online or buying the latest tunes for our iPod without restrictions!

I figured there had to be other people just like me here in Vietnam that might also need to unlock Facebook in Vietnam, so I am writing this to tell you that you are not alone! Me and my buddies are going to post all the directions. I also wanted you to know that all those ways we used to be able to do it don’t work now. You know, the free proxies and changing our DNS settings and all that? Those were kinda hard to figure out anyway, and this new way is so much easier.

The only bad thing is that it isn’t free, but you know, the fact that those other ways were free are probably why the government figured out what we were doing and blocked those ways to unlock Facebook in Vietnam. Some of my friends were so mad, they even started a petition to protest the whole thing.

Anyway, the new way to unlock Facebook in Vietnam is through a virtual private network or VPN for short. These are servers in other places were Facebook isn’t blocked like the U.S. or the U.K. Just pick one of the companies, and sign up. I picked StrongVPN, but you got lots of other choices. They all cost around $10 a month. They give you all the info on how to login and then you won’t have to worry about not being able to chat or surf or whatever.

The whole thing is kinda sad, you know? Why doesn’t the government think Facebook is a good thing? We young people, we know that it’s fun to talk to people all over the world and make new friends. Oh well, I guess they just don’t understand how Facebook is more than just stupid games and photos. Especially for people with friends across different countries in the world, it's a way to keep in touch without having to send mass emails that no one reads anyway.. So, if you to unlock Facebook in Vietnam then a VPN is pretty much the only way to do it!

It's possible to access Facebook in Vietnam on Mac, iPhone, iPad, Windows, Linux, Android, and many other operating systems and mobile internet devices.


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