Exactly. A free-lifetime service for 7-8 years was an excellent deal.I find it hard to have issues with a company that's been supplying a free service - An alternative is to choose a VPN, extract a payment card from purse or wallet or PayPal etc - Pay for the service, then if you are dissatisfied with the service you have a then you do have a right to complain. For something free be thankful you got it for free when you did - I pay for my VPN - If people have paid for a long service from the likes of Social you have a valid claim though I've used StackSocial quite a few times without a problem.
I understood the point. A free-lifetime service that lasted for 7-8 years was a noble offer, IMHO.Completely missing the point. Windscribe promised a free lifetime 50Gb per month, even to the point of Yegor promising this to me personally and they have not honoured this. The free 7 to 8 years is irrelevant.
That's what I was referring to, the 50–60 GB bandwidth. I had an account as well.Not completely. The thing voucher does is increase your limited bandwidth.
Free users don’t have access to all locations