Spotify launch ‘Premium Duo’ subscription deal for couples

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Spotify have
announced ‘Premium Duo’, a subscription service targeted at
couples.

The new option will be rolled in the UK, Ireland, US and over 50
other markets from today (July 1), with the service set to cost
£12.99 once it officially launches in the UK.

To access ‘Premium Duo’, both people must be living at the
same address. Each individual in the pair will be granted their own
Spotify Premium account under one plan, in addition to receiving
unique benefits for couples, upon signing up.

Existing Premium subscribers can switch to ‘Premium Duo’ by
visiting their ‘Account’ page on Spotify’s website and changing
their subscription. Once they’ve upgraded to ‘Premium Duo’,
existing subscribers will continue to keep their previous
‘Premium’ account, along with saved music, podcasts, playlists
and recommendations.

Users who haven’t signed up to Premium before may be eligible
to get the first month of ‘Premium Duo’ for free, while the
service will also grant each pair access to the exclusive ‘Duo
Mix’, which is described as “a regularly updated playlist made
just for the two of them to discover audio they both love”.

Alex Norström, Spotify’s Chief Freemium Business Officer,
said ‘Premium Duo’ is “a first-of-its-kind audio offering for
just two people in the same household”.

“’Premium Duo’ includes our extensive music and podcast
catalogue and everything users love about Spotify Premium. With two
individual Premium accounts, you can both listen independently,
uninterrupted, and get all of your personalised playlists and
features tailored just for you.

“We are thrilled to bring this unique Spotify Premium plan to
even more markets around the world.”

Back in May,
Spotify lifted its 10,000 song cap
on user libraries.

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Spotify launch ‘Premium Duo’ subscription deal for couples

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Spotify have
announced ‘Premium Duo’, a subscription service targeted at
couples.
The new option will be rolled in the UK, Ireland, US and over 50
other markets from today (July 1), with the service set to cost
£12.99 once it officially launches in the UK.
To access ‘Premium Duo’, both people must be living at the
same address. Each individual in the pair will be granted their own
Spotify Premium account under one plan, in addition to receiving
unique benefits for couples, upon signing up.
Existing Premium subscribers can switch to ‘Premium Duo’ by
visiting their ‘Account’ page on Spotify’s website and changing
their subscription. Once they’ve upgraded to ‘Premium Duo’,
existing subscribers will continue to keep their previous
‘Premium’ account, along with saved music, podcasts, playlists
and recommendations.

Users who haven’t signed up to Premium before may be eligible
to get the first month of ‘Premium Duo’ for free, while the
service will also grant each pair access to the exclusive ‘Duo
Mix’, which is described as “a regularly updated playlist made
just for the two of them to discover audio they both love”.
Alex Norström, Spotify’s Chief Freemium Business Officer,
said ‘Premium Duo’ is “a first-of-its-kind audio offering for
just two people in the same household”.
“’Premium Duo’ includes our extensive music and podcast
catalogue and everything users love about Spotify Premium. With two
individual Premium accounts, you can both listen independently,
uninterrupted, and get all of your personalised playlists and
features tailored just for you.
“We are thrilled to bring this unique Spotify Premium plan to
even more markets around the world.”

Back in May,
Spotify lifted its 10,000 song cap on user libraries.
The post
Spotify launch ‘Premium Duo’ subscription deal for couples
appeared first on NME Music News,
Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs | NME.COM.

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