Then watch Paypap being even more of a crook than Spotify: they will convert the euro price to sterling, charge the card and convert back to euro. Some weird double conversion! They did it with my Netflix subscription and you end up paying more than you should!
Well i'm sorry but this answer is really not acceptable.
Not only is this factual misinformation regarding payment contract (and you should be very aware of this kind if defficiency in the new European reglementation).
But this "override" does not apply to family accounts.
Not only should I be able to declare my ACTUAL country of residence but my family shouldn't have to be prevented from using my family account now that I live in... UK (by the way the Eiffel tower looks great through my window, weird right?)
Though card has been issued by a UK bank, the european banking licencing it got approved for should not prevent any EU citizen from using such card as a mean of payment. To the least allow Google Pay or Apple Pay for what its worth.
Careful on the legal aspects to this matter, as it applies also for N26 (German issuing), or any major digital bank nowadays.