Spotify Invests Into Eastern Europe

Thirteen Eastern European markets are obtaining access to Spotify starting on July 14th. Spotify confirmed earlier in June that they’d expand their horizons throughout nations like Russia & Serbia, sustaining millions of new customers under the right marketing campaigns. Considering the popularity of Spotify as an international brand, their success in Eastern Europe is almost guaranteed.

Details regarding what music & podcasting services are coming to Spotify (Eastern Europe Edition) was announced by media personnel with this largescale corporation. Confirmations noted that two hundred playlists had been incorporated, with their genres themed around musicians across Eastern Europe. Consumers can anticipate a wide range of EDM, Rock Metal, and Subjective Punk within these playlists.

Subscription models engaged with Spotify (Eastern European Edition) haven’t been altered in comparison with America, Australia, Britain & other nations where this music streaming service is active. This means consumers can download and listen to their full catalogue of songs for free, which supports an advertisement between each song. That’s why it’s recommended that Eastern Europeans select a monthly premium subscription, which typically costs £7.99 in Great Britain. There are also the Duo & Premium Family subscription options.

Spotify International provided a blog posting regarding their expansion into Eastern Europe. All territories selected were details, with Spotify clarifying they’ll add a large volume of music from the overall region. That means millions of new songs will be supported & thousands of artists from the Ukraine or Russia will reach Spotify status. Below is the list of nations selected by Spotify for the Eastern European region.

  • Ukraine
  • Russia
  • Croatia
  • Serbia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Belarus
  • Albania
  • Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • Slovenia
  • Montenegro
  • Kosovo
  • North Macedonia
  • Moldova

Spotify Launches Duo Premium Subscription for Couples

Eastern Europeans are obtaining access to the latest subscription offering from Spotify, which became available to Americans & Canadians less than several days ago. Named the “Premium Duo Subscription”, it’s targeted towards couples that live under the same household. It’ll cost consumers in America/Canada $12.99 per month. However, Eastern Europeans are anticipated to pay £9.99 for their version of this subscription. Both individuals receive Ad-Free Streaming with Spotify, allowing for tens of millions of songs to be accessed. There’ll also be curated playlists for couples based on their combined listening preferences. It’s suspected that Premium Duo Subscription will be accessible in Eastern Europe.