Spotify Premium coming free with AT&T plans

Spotify have teamed up with the biggest cell phone provider in the US to bring un-interrupted music streaming to the masses.

This week Spotify announced a new partnership with AT&T to bring Spotify Premium to it’s customers. The partnership makes Spotify Premium a premium entertainment option to choose as part of AT&T’s Unlimited & More Premium wireless plans.

If you’re an existing Spotify Premium subscriber and have or join an &More Premium wireless plan, you’ll get to keep your current Spotify account (and all those playlists you’ve made). If you already have an &More Premium plan, you just sign up through the AT&T website.

“We’re thrilled to add Spotify Premium, the market leader in music streaming with more than 100 million subscribers worldwide, to our premium lineup,” said Mitch Farber, VP Consumer Marketing, AT&T Mobility & Entertainment. “It’s another way we are working to deliver more value to AT&T customers with unlimited wireless and endless entertainment.”

“We’re excited to begin this new relationship with AT&T to provide millions of their customers with a seamless listening experience and easy access to more than 50 million tracks, billions of playlists and a variety of podcasts wherever they are,” said Marc Hazan, VP of Premium Partnerships, Spotify. “We continue to build relationships with world-class partners like AT&T to bring our Spotify Premium product to new audiences in the U.S. and across the globe.”

Select AT&T customers can sign up for a free six-month trial of Spotify Premium. So if you’re an eligible AT&T customer, keep an eye out for offer details from AT&T.

Following the trial, those AT&T customers can continue to enjoy Spotify Premium for $9.99/month. Find more details here.

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