How much does it cost for Spotify premium
It would be a historical heritage in future when people used to play CDs or cassettes for their favourite songs. Apps like Spotify are making streaming easier, cheaper and even free.
Spotify is the popular music streaming app and one of the best qualities of it is – it comes for free, though it also has a paid subscription. We here will tell you why to go for it, how much it is and if it really is worth the price.
Spotify premium is Rs 13 for one day, Rs 39 for one week, Rs 389 for one quarter and Rs 719 for six months. Yearly it will cost you Rs 1189. You would find the cost reasonable after you would learn all the benefits of the premium.
Spotify gives one month free trial of its Premium subscription so that you can decide if you really want it by using it, without actually paying for it. After your trial is over, you can subscribe for the premium on the basis of the mentioned prices. If you are a student, Spotify has good news for you. Students can access the same plan on a 50 per cent discount. It would also come with a free Hulu subscription.
It also comes with a family subscription plan that lets 6 people on one account and also comes with parental control options.
Spotify has partnership with many service providers and sometimes it can come to you as a blessing in disguise. Starbucks provides its employees free Spotify premium. Several internet providers also give Spotify premium with their service so before you subscribe, check with your service providers if they are doing you a favour of that kind.
Now let’s talk about why to go for the premium.
Everywhere in the world, there is talk of Fundamental Right to internet but seems like it is going to take some time. If you have internet, well then woohoo. If not, spotify won’t play music unless you have subscribed to the premium and downloaded some songs. Yes, you guessed right. Spotify premium allows one to download songs for offline listening and Spotify free does not.
- Music library
Spotify free makes you wait for 2-3 weeks before you can listen to the latest albums. On the other hand, Spotify premium will get you the latest releases immediately. Isn’t that fun?
The whole problem started with the ads. Ads can be really annoying at times when you are really in the mood to listen to the songs and suddenly an advertisement pops-up telling you something you don’t really care about. Can’t really blame Spotify free as how else would they generate the revenue. Though, if you are ready to pay, they provide you with ad free streaming.
The quality of the audio you will get on Spotify premium is far better than that on Spotify free.
A music streaming app with a video streaming app like Hulu seems a perfect combination. Subscribe for Spotify and you will get both. To add, just for students.
Now you get showtime too with Spotify premium and Hulu. Students only.
If you are a music lover, all these features seem worth the price you have to pay on premium but if you are just a casual music listener who sometimes feel like it, free one is not a bad option either. Spotify is in the middle of a feverish battle between all the music streaming apps but it is a high probability that it will emerge as the ultimate winner. Why? Why not?