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New subscribers can use Spotify premium free for three months

Spotify is giving new premium subscribers three free months starting from now till September 11, and after the first three months, they can start paying the regular subscription fee.

The offer is available for people choosing individual and student accounts. For Spotify Duo and family subscribers, they will enjoy only one month free before they have to start paying.

In addition, if you were using Spotify premium before but you canceled your sub before July 15, 2022, you can start your subscription again and enjoy three months of the service for $9.99.

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If you are in Nigeria, you can start a Spotify premium account now and start paying NGN900 in three months. A premium account allows you to enjoy music without ads, play music offline and enjoy on-demand playback.

However, while you can only use one account on the individual plan, you can download music for offline use on up to 5 devices and about 10,000 songs.

The offer could help Spotify gain new paying subscribers, and it can afford it since it has already slowed hiring along with other tech companies. In the second quarter of 2022, Spotify added 6 million paying subscribers from the first quarter of this year.

However, free services sometimes tend to backfire as some users only look forward to the promo and cancel as soon as it ends. We will see how Spotify’s strategy worked out in the next three months.

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Onwuasoanya Obinna

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