Its free service gives you 10GB of usage per month, but Windscribe’s paid Pro service has about 500 connection servers worldwide, no data cap and many more setup options. The software includes a firewall for extra protection.
While you can sign up and pay for Windscribe nearly anonymously, and the Canadian company is theoretically beyond the reach of American jurisdiction, you can’t customize the service’s most important protocol and encryption settings.
While the free service includes Windscribe’s firewall, it doesn’t let you use third-party client applications or set up “native” support without any client software at all — you’ve got to stick with the Windscribe client software.
Both service tiers allow an unlimited number of simultaneous VPN sessions on a single account.
Check with Google for reviews of both the Free and paid accounts.
Wilders also has a thread on Windscribe.