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Spotify expands to Australia, NZ

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 21 May 2012 10:13

Spotify expands to Australia, NZ

Popular music streaming service Spotify has expanded to Australia and New Zealand.
Spotify's full offering of 16 million tracks will be available to both new markets as it aggressively expands internationally.

The service launched in the summer of 2011 in the U.S., and has been extremely successful in turning free users into paying subscribers.

More notably, unlike in other nations, Aussies and Kiwis will have unlimited free access to the tracks. In the U.S. and other regions, the unlimited access only lasted 6 months before moving to a capped streaming plan, usually just 10 hours per month.

There are two premium accounts, as is standard. For $4.99 per month, you will have unlimited desktop access with no ads and for $9.99 you get full mobile access as well, including offline caching.

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