Web Desk 24 February 2021
Audio streaming platform Spotify has launched its service in Pakistan.
According to available information, Spotify had announced the launch of its services in 80 countries including Pakistan two days ago. Now the company has officially announced the launch of its service in various countries including Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nigeria.
Users of the Spotify service in Pakistan can use the platform for free for one month, after which they will have to pay a monthly fee for its use.
According to a statement issued by Spotify, customers will have to pay Rs 299 per month to use the service, while under the family package, users will have to pay Rs 479 per month.
Six people will be able to use the ID of the customers taking the family package from different addresses while two customers will be authorized to use the service on payment of Rs.
We launch in 80+ new markets over the next few days. See you soon Bangladesh, Pakistan and Nigeria 👀 #SpotifyStreamOn pic.twitter.com/Wqv3IFdicz
– Spotify (pSpotify) February 22, 2021
Users will be able to listen to audio tracks shared by well-known singers and podcasters on the platform.
The company has also introduced a special package for students under which they will be able to use the service by paying a fee of Rs 149 per month.
Note that in order to use Spotify, the user must create an account. The company pays users who share unique audio content. For which terms and conditions apply.