Is it possible to listen to music with a Pandora Plus or Premium account on more than one device at a time?
While you can log in to Pandora on as many device as your like such as desktops, smartphones, tablets, smart speakers, smart TVs, consoles and cars, you can only stream music from one device at a time with a Pandora Plus or Pandora Premium subscription. This is to ensure one account is not shared with multiple different users. If you attempt to stream music on more than one device, music will be paused and Pandora will provide two options, Let Me Listen to continue listening on your current device, or Let Them Listen to pass music to your other device.
Pandora Plus is free for 30 days, then $4.99 per month or $54.89 per year. Plus aims to provide a traditional Pandora experience with a heavy focus on personalized stations. Music from stations is ad-free, with unlimited skips, ad-supported search to play, limited offline listening and podcasts.
Pandora Premium is free for 60 days, then $9.99 per month or $109.89 per year. Premium on the other hand provides a similar experience to most other premium streaming services. You get all the same features as above, but with zero ads when searching for music, unlimited offline listening, as well as the ability to make and share playlists.
If you need to be able to play music on more than one device at a time, or want to share your account with family members, Pandora Premium Family offers all the same features as Pandora Premium but with up to six accounts with individual profiles for a personalized experience for all. Premium Family is free for 60 days then $14.99 per month or $164.89 per year.
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