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112103_1.jpgWindscribe VPN: 50 GB per month for free



Get a free 50 GB per month on an ongoing basis using Windscribe VPN on all your devices. VPN-Tuning encrypts your activity on the Internet and unlocks the prohibited content


The VPN Windscribe - secure VPN-service designed for surfing the net anonymously and bypass regional restrictions when you visit blocked sites.

Windscribe VPN - 50 GB per month




For 50 GB per month on a regular basis, follow these steps:

Go to link

and click "Zaregistirirovatsya".

Create a free account by clicking the "Use Free".




Go to link1

Click Use For Free

Fill in registration details, then


Enter your information by clicking the Yes I have a voucher? and a voucher code:


Site: http://textuploader.com
Sharecode[?]: /d4l58

IMPORTANT! To participate, you must specify and confirm your email address.

Download and install Windscribe VPN, using your account information.







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Windscribe offers 14 servers to use this 50 GB per month offer. Free servers are located in US West, US Central, US East, Canada East, Canada West, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Hong Kong. 
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Torrentfreak.com asked: - Do you keep ANY logs which would allow you to match an IP-address and a time stamp to a user/users of your service? If so, what information do you hold and for how long?
Windscribe answered: - We do not store connection logs, IP timestamps, or sites you visit (we are firm believer that one’s browsing history should be taken to one’s grave). We store total amount of bandwidth your account has consumed in 1 month period, which is reset every month on the day of your registration. This is used to enforce free tier limitations (as you can use Windscribe for free) as well as prevent abuse. We do not store historical usage.
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