Spotify testing subscription plan for two
Spotify on Thursday launched Premium Duo in select markets, and for €12.49 (about P738), you and a partner can listen to your tunes without having to take turns.
In Chile, Colombia, Denmark, Ireland and Poland, Spotify launched a subscription plan targeted at couples, called Premium Duo.
If you and your partner already have Spotify Premium, you will not lose your saved music, playlists or recommendations; The accounts are completely separate, therefore, you will retain everything that was in your original account, as well as gain access to a Duo Mix playlist that combines music you both like into an exclusive playlist.
Instead of sharing passwords, having to take turns between streaming music and being restricted to your Spotify downloads, you both can listen online at the same time.
Whoever purchases Premium Duo will receive a bill for €12.49 (about P738), which is just €2.50 (about P148) more expensive than a Premium subscription for one listener and €2.50 (about P148) less than a family plan for five. CE/JB
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