How to unblock Facebook with a VPN
Connecting from somewhere that won’t let you access Facebook? Find out how you can use a VPN to access the world’s leading social media site quickly, easily, and securely - wherever you are.
Get a VPN for Facebook in 3 steps:
Sign up for ExpressVPN, the fastest VPN on the planet.
Connect to a country where Facebook is not blocked.
Enjoy Facebook and Facebook Messenger wherever you are!
With a VPN, you can access Facebook at work, at school, and anywhere in the world.
How does a VPN unblock Facebook?
For instance, if you choose a VPN server location in the United States, you can sign in and use Facebook as if you were in the United States, no matter where you actually are in the world.
FAQ: Access Facebook with a VPN
Why can't I access Facebook?
There are three reasons why you might not be able to access Facebook:
- You are connecting from a country that blocks Facebook and other social media sites
- You are connecting from a network that blocks Facebook for security reasons
- You are working or studying at an institution that doesn’t allow access to Facebook
Is it OK to use a VPN?
Using a VPN is perfectly legitimate – millions of people around the world access the internet via a VPN every day. VPN networks are used by businesses to keep sensitive business data secure, and consumers use VPNs all the time to access censored sites like Facebook.
Can I access Facebook from anywhere?
Yes! A VPN allows you to access Facebook from anywhere in the world
If you’re travelling to a country where you think Facebook might be blocked, sign up to ExpressVPN before you leave to ensure you can get onto all your social media and streaming sites wherever you are.
How else does a VPN help me use Facebook?
Besides helping you access Facebook from anywhere in the world, a VPN allows you to communicate with your friends privately and securely.
Many local Wi-Fi networks leave your data exposed to third parties, allowing others to see what you share online. However, a VPN encrypts your device traffic and keeps it away from snoops and hackers.