- Spotify is providing new Spotify Premium users with three free months of subscription.
- The new offer is active through September 11th, Sunday, for all users.
- After the three-month trial period expires, subscribers will be charged the standard monthly fee.
Spotify is providing new Spotify Premium users three free months of subscription. New individual and student users are eligible for the three-month deal, while new Spotify Duo and family subscribers receive one free month. Spotify is offering former Premium customers who quit before July 15 their first three months for only $9.99.
The new offer is active through September 11th, Sunday, for all users. After the three-month trial period expires, subscribers who took advantage of the offer will be charged the standard monthly fee. Interested parties can register at Spotify.com/Premium.
This new agreement could help Spotify continue to increase its subscriber base, despite the fact that the company has slowed employment due to economic worries. The number of subscribers climbed to 188 million in the company’s second quarter from 182 million in the first quarter, with the platform’s total user count expanding to 433 million from 422 million in the first quarter.
Additionally, Spotify has added additional features recently. The company now offers distinct play and shuffle buttons to its paid subscribers. The firm has also begun to implement a redesign that helps distinguish between podcasts and music. However, there is still no indication of Spotify HiFi.
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