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2015 is coming to a close, and the parties are starting all over the world. With Spotify, its so easy to create the perfect playlist, no matter where you are or what you’re doing. But if you find certain songs are unavailable then there is a solution. With Le VPN, you can easily take your New Year’s eve party playlist anywhere. Being able to access all your music wherever you are in the world without the need to carry anything with you makes travelling with your music so much easier. With Spotify you can simply sign in using your phone or a computer wherever you are and you can access all your playlists. But if you leave the country you might find some music is unaccessible.
Le VPN simply allows you to bypass restrictions imposed by record labels and music companies who only allow Spotify to broadcast their band’s music in certain regions. In some countries you won’t be able to access various back catalogues of a band, or even entire artists and playlists might be missing. By changing your IP address, Le VPN allows you to choose a new virtual location that you connect to the internet through and you can access all your music as if you were back home. So don’t let this New Year’s party falter, make sure your awesome playlist is accessible wherever you may be partying.
Aside from giving you the freedom of taking all your music with you, Le VPN is also a secure way to connect to the internet. If you are travelling, you will no doubt have to connect through an unsecured network, public wifi zones that exist in hotels, coffee shops and airports. Even if you are just at home, there is no telling on who could possibly be snooping on your online activity, especially with so much personal data is stored online. Connecting through Le VPN, you will secure your connection from anyone who could be using wireless networks to snoop on user’s activity.