I got it only for the work where i actually can bypass their restrictions so i can listen music from my web browser and premium account spotify music i enjoy. So used their chrome addon. The first 15 days was OK... after 20 almost days spotify signing me out of my account and locking it, i received an email saying for unusual activity and had to change my password... i said OK it is a glitch. After 5 days logging in to spotify always from the same country that is and the current i live... it doesn't allow me to log in again saying wrong password, i didn't got email this time. I requested to change my password and sent me a link to do this and i did it and logged in successfully. After 10 days it happens the same and i finally contact the spotify support at Spotify Cares and told them what is going on, they replied me that they will reset my account and do a check and then i will have to retrieve my playlists back from my account. They did it i got the control back and retrieved my playlists. They asked me if i use VPN and i said yes at my work. They told me that they don't suggest the usage of VPN but it is not out of the terms so i can use it. Asked me witch on i use and i said Windscribe, in less than 40' i got response telling me that thousands of people using this service to login and all have the same IP addresses and they blacklisted them and encourage me to not use it. I bought from another company a VPN, i am not sure if i can say who they are but they offer the same and is at top 5 here vpnmentor. And for 4 months now the issues are gone... it tested and validated with service telling me my IP,it was renewed automatically without interrupts and compromising me almost every 30'. So i cancelled my windscribe that was one of the worst services i ever used, even from the free ones.
Windscribe has been great and I'm very pleased that I invested in it. I've used it for almost 4 months now and I know I wouldn't be able to find anything better. I used multiple VPNs in the past and non of them have matched up to Windscribe. Would defiantly recommend trying it out.