Spotify stops offering Unlimited subscription of € 5 per month




Spotify stops offering Unlimited subscription of € 5 per month

Spotify stops offering the Unlimited subscription of five dollars per month. Users of the popular music streaming service Spotify can now just as close a Premium subscription of ten dollars per month.

Spotify (scherper) Tweaker Gijs Brandsma tipped Tweakers last week that the Spotify Unlimited subscription no longer seemed to offer. Spotify confirms to Tweakers Monday that the subscription option of five dollars per month is waived for new users, for existing Unlimited subscribers, nothing changes.

“We concluded that the vast majority of our users paying a premium subscription,” says Spotify in a reaction. “We have therefore decided to simplify our offer and have the Unlimited option for new users away.” The premium subscription is ten euros per month twice as expensive, but it offers the ability to stream. Chosen mobile numbers The free mobile version offers more functionality of a radio station: for example, users can have songs by a particular artist stream, but do not choose the songs.

Moreover, it is a detour at this time is still possible to exit. An Unlimited subscription On the front page is no longer offered, but the option from the account page, a user can still choose Unlimited. Probably that will soon no longer be.

The Unlimited subscription offered Spotify users the ability to listen to music without ads, in contrast to the free subscription. Until last week was up to ten hours per month will be streamed at the free subscription, but that limit is gone. The only difference between the free version and Unlimited This would be the paid option does not let the advertisements hear.



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