Online music service Spotify launches in PH

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Spotify, the popular Europe-based music streaming service, has officially debuted in the Philippines, offering access to over 30 million songs that is a mix of global hits and OPM catalogues.

Photo credit: musicfactorynumberone.com
Photo credit: musicfactorynumberone.com

Local users can now download the Spotify app and listen to any song for free on a mobile phone, tablet, or desktop.

Alternatively, they can also upgrade to Spotify Premium for P129 per month to enjoy the following: download and listen to music offline, on demand, without ads, and in high quality audio.

Spotify has also teamed up with Globe Telecom as its exclusive telecommunications partner in the Philippines to offer free access to Spotify through the telco?s new data plan, GoSurf.

Rolling out on April 13, Globe prepaid subscribers can register to GoSurf10, which gives access to both 10MB of dataplus Spotify for 24 hours.

Postpaid subscribers can choose from a variety of offerings, from GoSurf 299 with 700MB of data valid for 30 days including Spotify Premium, up to GoSurf 999 with 5GB of data plus Spotify Premium.

?Spotify takes music enjoyment to a whole new level,? said Sunita Kaur, director for Asia at Spotify, adding: ?Music fans get instant, unlimited access to 30 million songs including all the best OPM hits all for free across all your devices, plus Spotify looks and sounds fantastic.?

Spotify said to be is the biggest music service of its kind globally, with over 24 million active users and over 6 million paying subscribers.

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