Spotify’s Premium subscription for two is now available in 55 new places

Spotify Premium Duo offers two people unlimited, ad-free streaming at a fraction of the cost for couples and besties.

Spotify’s Family subscription is fantastic value for multiple people in a household but sometimes a family is just the two of you. Spotify have brought their Duo plan to pairs around the world in 55 new countries where two people can sign up to premium for $12.99 (or local equivalent) for both.

Both listeners on the account have their own Premium profile so they can listen to all the music they like, mold their playlists, and get personal recommendations from Spotify. Their are Duo benefits to be had as well, like the Duo Mix which regularly updates with a selection of music based on both of your tastes so you can share in your love of music with tracks picked with both of you in mind.

Spotify’s Chief Business Officer for Freemium, Alex Norström said: “Today we are proud to launch Spotify Premium Duo, a first-of-its-kind audio offering for just two people in the same household. Premium Duo includes our extensive music and podcast catalog and everything users love about Spotify Premium.

“With two individual Premium accounts, you can both listen independently, uninterrupted, and get all of your personalised playlists and features tailored just for you. We are thrilled to bring this unique Spotify Premium plan to even more markets around the world.”

Users who haven’t tried Premium before may be eligible to get the first month of Premium Duo for free. Just remember, the two users must reside at the same address to be eligible.

Existing Premium subscribers can switch to Premium Duo by visiting their “Account” page on Spotify.com and changing their subscription. If you upgrade to Premium Duo, you’ll keep your existing Premium account, along with saved music, podcasts, playlists, and recommendations.

To sign up for a music experience to share with that special someone, simply visit spotify.com/duo and follow the instructions.

Head of Social Media and Marketing, RouteNote

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