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Spotify Premium 2 Months FREE for New Customers (No Restrictions, No Ads) Save $24

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Spotify has extended this offer indefinitely. So if you missed out first time, here's your chance to grab this nice freebie.

Premium lets you play any song, any time. You can even listen when you’re offline. No restrictions. No ads.

CC or PayPal required on signup, so remember to cancel before trial ends to avoid ongoing fees. Enjoy :)

Spotify® 60-Days Free Trial Offer Terms & Conditions apply. Users who have subscribed to the Premium or Unlimited service or who have taken a trial are ineligible for this offer.

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  • +4 votes

    Thanks TA!
    "Offer ends July 5, 2015" - Do you mean October?

    Unless, this offer requires a time-travelling DeLorean - might need to add that in the description.

    Edit - Aww, nevermind. So quick.

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      is there any way for getting free spotify trial without paypal or cc? because it giving me error message when i try to input on it

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    Can anyone comment on the quality of Premium over the free service?

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      If you have a phone with Spotify installed, you can download the songs to use offline!

      Also, the Premium allows you to play any song, use unlimited skips and play an album or playlist in order. And yes, the free version has these restrictions.

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        Thanks, is there a sound quality difference?

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          The quality is much better. It goes from 96kbps/160kbps to 320 kbps in Premium.
          https://support.spotify.com/au/learn-more/faq/#!/article/What-bitrate-does-Spotify-use-for-streaming

          I am no audiophile but I can hear a considerable difference when using an amp + speakers.

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        Whoa it plays the music without an internutt connection? What amazing technology, what will they think of next.

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      Also when listening for free through the desktop you will get ads played between songs apparently. But I'm using uBlock Origin on Chrome(which blocks ads on webpages), and haven't heard one ad from them.

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      Keep in mind that once get premium you need to manually change the quality from settings.

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    OK, I was thinking to start a Google Music subscription with my Telstra money but this is even cheaper.

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    so remember to cancel before trial ends to avoid ongoing fees.

    Also remember that the reason they run these offers is that many of you don't do that.

  • +1 vote

    Competition is heating up!

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    Spotify price > netflix price. Need to reduce price. Nuff said.

    • +1 vote

      But… you're comparing Apples to Oranges.

      One's music and the other's movies.

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      Most people spend much more time listening to music than watching TV/movies.

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        Until they get Netflix ;)

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          Well, true ;)

          But really, you can listen to music all day long while you're doing other things, it makes sense that people might be willing to pay a little more per month compared to Netflix.

        • +3 votes

          @gilbarc:

          Some people, sure. But the market on average? Because that's the important bit.

          My inkling is that the userbase would grow to make up for the reduced price. There are other benefits like making it hard for competitors to get into the market (massive long term profit difference), and of course downsides as to whether their infrastructure can stream to the increased number of users in the short term.

          Hey, I could be wrong. But if it was cheaper I'd have a spotify premium account.

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      Agreed. If it was a third of the price, I'd happily skip the trial and sign up instantly.

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    Am i missing something here? I am getting an offer to 'Start free 30-day trial' when i click the link. Is the 2 months you speak of if you cancel after the 30 days and then sign back up again for another 30 days?

    • +2 votes

      Spotify® 60-Days Free Trial Offer Terms & Conditions apply. Users who have subscribed to the Premium or Unlimited service or who have taken a trial are ineligible for this offer.

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        This answered my question in a round about sort of way, thanks :). I had logged in using facebook which apparently i have already completed a trial of standard Spotify with previously.

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    Anybody know if there are restrictions on the number of devices you are allowed to have the premium account, can I sign in on my phone and desktop at the same time so more than one person can listen?

    Signed up to Apple Music but haven't figured out how to listen offline (not sure it is possible), getting very annoying and using my data up, hence looking at Spotify instead.

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      You can install on as many devices as you like however these all talk to each other and act as 'remotes' to the device playing. Or it gives you the option to start playing on the device your using as the remote and vice versa with all other devices your signed into. There is a way around it in that you can stop internet access from your device, you'll only be able to access the music you have sunk for offline mode. You will need to reconnect to the spotify servers every 30 days?

      There is offline mode in Apple music however until they fix there metadata issue, I'd be avoiding it like the plague.

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      Signed up to Apple Music but haven't figured out how to listen offline

      On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:
      1. In the Music app, find the item that you want to save.
      2. Tap the More Options icon to the right of the song, album, or playlist name.
      3. Tap Make Available Offline.
      Songs and albums appear under My Music > Library. Playlists appear under My Music > Playlists.

      On your Mac or PC:
      1. In iTunes, find the item that you want to save.
      2. Click the cloud icon to the right of the item's name.
      3. Songs and albums appear under the My Music tab. Playlists appear in the Playlists tab, under Apple Music Playlists in the sidebar.

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    Anyone know how to get around the need for a Facebook login? Would love to share my account with the wife…

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      New joint account on fb dedicated to spotify.

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        Thanks, but oh iOS at least the Facebook login appears to be system wide. So we would both need to be logged into the same FB account. Which I guess some couples do.. but I really don't like it when couples do that!

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      Can you not sign up without facebook?

      When I go to sign up I see this and there's no requirement for facebook.

      In my preferences menu I see a button that says "connect to facebook" so I'm definitely not signed up through it either.

      Unless you're trying to access it through the mobile website maybe?

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        Ok, I think you're right. I'm pretty sure in the past on the mobile app you needed to use Facebook. Maybe you could go email only on the desktop but I wasn't smart enough to do it first time. And then I couldn't be bothered making an account on another email address.
        I'm going to do it now using a surplus email address, but to be honest I'm probably going to change to Apple Music. I like the stations and playlists better there so far.

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    Wooo! Free premium till Dec '15! Saving of $90. ;-)

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    Is this unmetered on Telstra mobile? Seen it mentioned here before, but I cannot confirm. From what I see so far it does count towards mobile data usage.

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    How do I avoid spottily recognising me? I'm using a new email address and new user is?

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    How do i cancel the subscription after putting in the paypal details? Do I cancel straight away after registering and do i do it in spotify or payapl?

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      Just revoke the payment authorisation in PP after '$0 payment' on subscription (so they can't auto draw money from your acc.). Cancel the Spotify side of the subscription in the account setting one day before the trial expires just in case.

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      Can be cancelled straight away. You will get two months of premium and won't get charged after that. This is what I got when I click on 'Account' after cancelling:

      "Your Premium subscription will end on 2015-09-10 and you will no longer have offline, ad-free music. Resubscribe to keep the tunes flowing."

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    Just to confirm, I can cancel the subscription straight away and won't miss out on the 60 days free?

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    Merged from FREE - Two Months Spotify Premium*

    Free Spotify Premium for two months (for those who have never tried premium)
    At work so haven't read other conditions…
    Good for those who've missed out before!

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      Nice! Must remember to cancel lol sets reminder on his phone

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      Thanks, I have been wanting to ditch Rdio for Spotify! You need to add payment details to access the 2 months free.

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      Thanks OP.

      Can you give a little more detail to people like me that live under a rock. I know it's music based. There's something about downloading music. Can you give a summary of what premium gives you?

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        No ads, ability to download songs on mobile, higher streaming quality.

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        Premium is Add free and is has better quality audio . Not sure you would notice the difference on a phone but freemium sounds very ordinary on an average home hifi .

        Definitely worth checking out for free .

    • +1 vote

      I constantly get free 2 month premium emails. I thought this offer is a normal day to day offer.

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      I signed up for the free trial last time & really enjoyed it. I still have it on my phone with a play mix I set but haven't tried to play anything since I opted out. Does anyone know what they allow you to listen to once the trial is finished?

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        You will get ads in your play list, can't listen to songs offline and lose the ability to select individual songs in mixes and play lists.
        I believe there is a limit on how many skips you can do too.
        Other than that, it is pretty much the same.

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    This should work with Chromecast, has anyone worked out how to do this? I don't have the option at the bottom of my screen to share on a device.

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