Spotify Launches in the Philippines with Partnership from Coca-Cola and Globe (Local Telco)

Spotify has just launched in the Philippines with partnership from Coca-Cola and Globe, a local telco. Globe subscribers will have access to Spotify through Globe’s GoSURF data plans. Php 10 (US$0.22) worth of data plan gives subscribers 10MB of data plus Spotify for 24 hours; Php 299 (US$7) provides 700MB data plus Spotify Premium for 30 days; and Php 999 (US$22) provides 5GB of data plus Spotify Premium. Integrating Spotify access to the telco’s data plans will be available on April 13.

Spotify users can opt to pay a monthly fee of Php 129 (US$3) to get rid of the ads and listen to the songs while offline.

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