Spotify will now offer 3 months of free trial for premium subscriptions

Ruben Fields
August 23, 2019

Earlier, Spotify offered 30-days trial premium membership. It will then be available for Duo and Family in the coming months.

To avail, the three-month free trial users need to visit Spotify.com/Premium or Spotify.com/Student.

The extended trial can be redeemed by subscribers who haven't tried the Premium subscription in the past.

Today, Spotify announced it will now be offering a three months trial period for new users that wants to go premium.

Spotify's execs won't be ignoring Apple, which came relatively late to the streaming market with a launch in June 2015. On Spotify's end, it has more time to personalize the user experience through their listening history and offer more personalized recommendations.

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This is a potentially permanent move, says Spotify ("not limited time", in its own words) - and will therefore become the company's standard new-subscriber offer across the globe.

"We know it takes time to fully experience all of the features available with Premium, so we're giving people the time that they need to fall in love with Premium's seamless listening experience and on-demand access to more than 50 million tracks, billions of playlists and 450,000 podcast titles for free".

At the moment, the 3-month trial period is available in Malaysia, but is only now available for single subscription.

Before now, you can only get a month free trial of Spotify Premium plans as a new user but now it is three months across all its Premium plans.

Apple Music, by comparison, announced 60 million subscribers in June.

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