Attention, music streaming addicts. For a limited time, you can now avail of a three-month Spotify Premium subscription for only $0.99. Take note that the regular price for this type of subscription is $9.99.
There is one catch though -- this offer is for new subscribers only. But if you really want to take advantage of this offer, you can always try a secondary email address in signing up as a new user.
Customers can sign up for this offer until December 31st only, which makes the promo a perfect treat for the holidays.
Spotify's service involves offering unlimited and advert-free music from a very extensive catalog of songs. The music streaming service works both in desktop computers and mobile devices, the latter of which can be used to download songs that users can listen to even if they are offline. Plus, there is also a free advert-supported version of the service that you can avail of that is free of charge.
Over the years, Spotify has proven to be a hit among users who often prefer using it over other services like Songza or Pandora. With endless playlists based on different moods and musical styles, plus loads of music-exploration options, it is really hard to argue against Spotify's appeal.
Upon subscribing to Spotify Premium, users will be able to sync up music on up to three devices when listening offline. Also, those who get the Spotify Premium subscription will be able to stream at a much higher quality (320 kbps). This means that the music the users get will definitely sound better. For comparison, the free version can only manage 128 kbps.
Streaming, however, is limited to a single device at a time. That is hardly surprising -- almost all music streaming services existing today have the same limitation, unless of course the user decides to upgrade his or her subscription to a higher plan.
And because this special Spotify Premium offer is only good for three months, users must cancel their accounts on March 3rd of next year. If they don't, they will start getting billed with the regular $9.99 monthly rate. Spotify is banking on the idea that once users get used to having all the music they want on their devices, they will want to keep it -- even it it means starting to get billed monthly.
If new users bite (and we are guessing that a lot of them will, Spotify should strengthen its position as the leading music streaming service provider. Some estimate the company to have over 50 million active users already, with more than 12 million of them paying subscribers.
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