Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming services in the world and is known for its diverse collection of music and excellent UI for both iOS and Android phones (Apple Music treats the latter like its step-brother). But unfortunately for Indian users, Spotify still isn’t officially available in India. Its official launch has been delayed due to a lawsuit from Warner Bros.
As the most welcomed streaming music service around the world, Spotify offers subscription-based service including free and premium. The free tier service lets you stream all music from any categories online and share playlists with friends.
If you upgrade to the Spotify Premium membership, you can enjoy more wonderful premium features, like downloading Spotify music offline, enjoying extreme quality songs without ads, skipping unlimited tracks. The problem is that the premium subscription charges $9.99/month which is not cheap. Even if you are a student with up to 50% discount, sometimes you may still hesitate to buy it.
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What is Spotify Premium?
Before we dive into the details, let’s talk about Spotify Premium. Like the free version, it’s home to millions of songs available on any device, but with the Premium version, they’re available ad-free without the need to shuffle-play an artist, album, or playlist. But there’s more to it than that — Premium also comes decked out with music videos, the option to save songs for offline listening, oodles of hand-curated playlists, and Spotify Radio for a regular subscription fee of $10 per month.
How to get Spotify Premium on your iPhone
1. On your iPhone’s home screen, locate and tap on your preferred web browser app icon to launch it. 2. Navigate to https://www.spotify.com in your phone’s web browser, tap the three stacked bars in the top-right of the screen, tap “Log In,” and enter your Spotify username and password to log into the site. 3. Once logged in, tap the Account Overview menu bar at the top of your screen and, from the drop-down menu which appears, tap on “Subscription.” 4. On the next screen, you’ll be offered a free Spotify Premium trial. This will allow you to try the Premium version free for a period of 30 days, after which you will be charged the $9.99 monthly subscription fee, or $4.99 if you apply for a Student account. Tap “Try Premium Free.” 5. On the payment screen, either enter your credit card details or choose PayPal if you wish to pay via that method. Then, click Start 30-Day Trial Now to begin your Spotify Premium subscription.
Canceling Your Spotify Premium Subscription
1. Log in to the Spotify website by clicking the “Log In” button at the upper right of the page and entering your login information. 2. Click your name on the upper right page of the screen. Select “Account” from the drop-down menu. 3. Click “Subscription” from the options above your account information. 4. Click “View Your Options” under the Cancel Your Subscription header at the bottom of the list. 5. Click “Click here to continue to the cancellation page”. You’ll have to scroll down to the bottom of the page to find this link. 6. Select a reason you’re unsubscribing (you can’t continue without checking a reason) and click the “Cancel Subscription” button at the bottom of the page. 7. Click “Cancel Spotify Premium subscription”. This will bring you a page that prompts you to re-enter your account password. Yes, they really do make you go through this many “cancel subscription” screens. 8. Enter your account password and click “Continue” or “Cancel Spotify Premium subscription” (the interface will vary whether your account is linked to your email or Facebook account).