Spotify music now streaming in Thailand

Spotify, the world’s leading music streaming service, has launched in Thailand offering a revolutionary and unrivalled music experience tuned to your personal tastes.

With a worldwide community of more than 140 million people, Spotify offers both a free ad-supported music service and an upgraded ad-free subscription service. Users can listen for free or alternatively upgrade to Spotify Premium for only 129 Baht per month. Daily and weekly payment options are also available.

Boasting a vast catalogue of over 30 million songs all available to both free users and subscribers, Spotify comes to Thailand offering the very best in both local and international music.

“We’re incredibly excited to launch Spotify in Thailand with a revolutionary new music experience,” says Sunita Kaur, Spotify’s Managing Director, Asia. She adds: “Thanks to our huge music catalogue of over 30 million songs, personalised recommendations and the best playlists curated by music experts and fans, Spotify makes discovering the music you love easier than ever.”

Spotify’s reputation as the most advanced user-friendly music service is built on the service’s unique ability to deliver you music curated to fit your every taste and mood.

Thai users have instant access to a wide range of local playlists expertly curated and regularly updated by our team of Thai music experts, including Thai Pop Hits, Luk Thung Hits (Thai Country Hits), Sawasdee Thailand and Pue Chiwit Love Songs (Love Songs for Life), alongside millions of Spotify and fan-built international playlists.

Spotify is now available in 61 markets worldwide.

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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