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Deal: 3 months Spotify Premium for 99p

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Spotify continues to dominate the music streaming market, with the biggest music library and subscriber base.

And if you're yet to sample the delights of the streaming service, now's the time to sign up and give it a go.

The company is offering three months of its Premium service for 99p. That's a 99p flat rate, too – none of this pay monthly nonsense.

Of course, once the three months is up, you'll be moved onto the regular £9.99 per month plan, but even then you've got the option to cancel any time.

GET DEAL: 3 months of Spotify Premium for 99p

The offer ends on June 30th, but we're sure the more creative among you will find some way to extend the initial three months if you're not particularly tied to keeping one account.

Spotify offers a free service which comes with ads interjected between tracks. The Premium subscription on the other hand, offers the ability to download songs, listen ad-free, and get your tracks in high definition.

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Are you tempted by Spotify's latest offer? What do you think of the service overall? Let us know in the comments.

canali

May 20, 2016, 6:28 pm

i just wish spotify and others would truly up their bitrate to better quality...i'm subscribing to the premium version...have also tried tidal and imo tidal doesn't (yet) warrant me paying $10 more over spotify...sure the diffs are 'subtle. but they're not significant to warrant double the price.(and also in the ops of many others its seems, see the verge review at bottom of a blind testing of apple, tidal and spotify) ...sometimes tidal even fared worse in the blind testing video.

hopefully in the future as streaming grows in popularity this will change...just like hdtv is now the norm.
http://www.theverge.com/2015/7...

Allen - PSN iPITYtheFOOL_T

June 30, 2016, 7:28 pm

I think the deal is great. But why is it saying $9.99 a month when I go to sign up?

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