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As usual, Spotify has only discounted the annual plan of Premium membership. So the rest of the tiers, including Spotify Duo, Spotify Premium Family, and Spotify Student, are still available for the same price as they were available. You will pay Rs 149 per month for Duo, Rs 179 per month for Family, and Rs 59 per month for Student. Of course, the 30-day free trial is still available on all these plans, including the yearly plan that is available for much less right now.
The company is bringing back the discount on its Premium services with a 30% savings on subscription, which otherwise is priced at ₹119 a month. “This offer is available to all users, whether you’re a first-time Premium consumer, or have been on any of the other Spotify paid tiers in the past,” Spotify said. The offer comes ahead of the Black Friday sales next week.
The offer will be accessible to users until December 31. Now that this plan is no longer available what you are left with is the new INR 999 offer that you should definitely take up if you want to subscribe to Spotify for its wide catalog of music and podcasts in India. The Premium plans also remove advertisements and allow you to play music in the highest available quality.
Spotify isn’t the only music streaming service available in India and has several competitors. YouTube Music is available for Rs 99 per month for individuals, while Amazon Music is available as part of Amazon Prime, which starts at Rs 129 per month. Apple is offering three months for the price of one on Apple Music, putting it at Rs 99 per month. Additionally, JioSaavn and Gaana currently offer yearly subscriptions at a discounted Rs 399 annually.