Spotify announced a new Premium Duo plan on Wednesday that lets two people have their own accounts under the same plan for $12.99/month.
Spotify Premium Duo also comes with an exclusive Duo Mix playlist that combines your favorite music with the top tunes of your partner or roommate.
A total of 55 more markets now have access to the plan
For couples who live together, the Spotify Family plan has been a good way to save a few pennies on your subscription, but the Premium Duo plan announced last year offered up the chance to save even more. Until now, it’s only been available in select countries, but it’s just arrived in the US as well as 54 other markets across the globe.
UNLIMITED LIBRARIES NOW GUYS OH MY GOD
Probably the biggest drawback to Spotify as a heavy user has been the arbitrarily low music library cap the company imposed. 10,000 might seem like a big number in isolation, but when it comes to music, that’s not actually a ton of songs. Well, that won’t be a problem going forward. In what I will argue is the biggest news of the week, Spotify is getting rid of its ridiculous 10,000 song library limit, and imposing no cap at all. Read More
Spotify introduced two new offers on Thursday to try to convince more people to sign up for Premium.
New users can get three months of Spotify Premium for free if they sign up before June 30th. Once the trial period ends, they will be charged the monthly price of whichever plan they chose.