Norway is the latest country to be added to the Proton VPN network. It was the most popular country in our community poll, so congratulations to all our Norwegian users! After this latest addition, we have now added servers in the poll’s top five countries – Norway(new window), Poland(new window), South Africa(new window), India(new window), and South Korea(new window). This also brings the total number of countries where Proton VPN can offer an IP address to 24.

We’ve come a long way but we will not stop until we have expanded to every country you voted onto our list.

The four new VPN servers in Norway(new window) will be housed in Oslo and are reserved for users with one of our paid plans:

?? NO #1 is available for Basic plans
?? NO #2-4 are available for Plus and Visionary plans

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