Definitely, Spotify is one of the best music streaming services today. It allows users to listen to all kinds of music from any artist via streaming. The app is free, if you want, you can safely use Spotify’s free plan. But in this version of the subscription between the songs interspersed with a large amount of advertising. Spotify is compatible with the vast majority of devices with various operating systems. Having a Spotify account is quite easy, we have the option to choose a basic account (free) or a premium account (paid). In addition, you can choose from four premium subscription plans for this service.
If you want to listen to Spotify music together, then the Spotify DUO plan is right for you. Its cost is only $12.99 per month. This plan is for couples who love to share everything – even music. Obviously, this subscription offers the possibility of having two separate accounts to listen to your own music and use them at the same time.
You can use Spotify on two devices at the same time, but only within the same account. Using only one account ensures that no one else can illegally use the owner’s account and listen to music in such a pirated way. So, the system of the Swedish music streaming service has provided a similar restriction for its subscribers for security purposes.
It is possible to save well on a premium subscription, how to save up to 80% using the Spotify sharing practice. This is the most efficient solution for dividing the cost of a subscription by the number of people who use it. That is, each subscriber pays much less than with an individual subscription. It would seem that a very good offer and tariff plan. But Spotify requires all users to verify they live at the same address, which the streaming service will now verify “from time to time” by asking users to verify their addresses with the location service. To do this, users will be sent letters asking them to confirm their current location by providing data about their location. Of course, users reacted rather negatively to this initiative of the streaming service.
Moreover, this condition is applicable not only to family tariff subscribers, but also to those who have chosen the Premium Duo subscription, the participants of which must also live at the same address.
This subscription option, to be honest, is not the most popular and in demand in Spotify. About half of the paid subscribers of the service have signed up for a family subscription. But this tariff is also used quite often. Its advantage is a lower subscription cost and the ability to have two separate accounts, each of which will be completely autonomous and you can create your own playlists, music collections and so on.