Spotify Launches Premium Duo Subscription for Couples

Brenda Watkins
July 1, 2020

Costing $12.99 / £12.99 / AU$15.99 per month, it's considerably cheaper than buying two separate Premium subscriptions, which cost $9.99 / £9.99 / AU$11.99 per month each.

Spotify today announced it is expanding Premium Duo, a feature that allows two people who live at the same place - say couples or flatmates - to share one subscription plan while maintaining their own individual accounts, to dozens of new markets.

Globally, it has around 286 million active users of whom 130 million are premium subscribers, according to its May report. The trick here is that you must tasty together and Spotify track this.

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If you haven't tried a Premium account before, it's possible to get Premium Duo free for the first month. The idea is that Spotify knows what you and your partner like individually, so its software will design a playlist that you can put on in the house that'll appeal to both of you. You will also be able to change the mood on the Spotify mobile app by switching between Chill and Upbeat playlists. But it offers a similar feature for members of the family plan as well.

"Lyrics has been one of the most requested features by Spotify users and we're excited to make song lyrics available to listeners in Southeast Asia, including Indonesia". Recurring subscription revenue is especially important to Spotify during the COVID-19 pandemic because advertisers are tightening their budgets.

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