If you’re in a state of lockdown, any new form of entertainment is welcome, and Spotify has decided to offer just that by removing the need to pay for its Premium account for three months.
Typically, Spotify Premium costs $9.99 for the Individual plan, but until June 30, new subscribers can sign up for three months of free access. After that, the regular price kicks in. This is an offer purely for users who have never tried Premium before, but Spotify is offering a generous discount if you have. You can grab three months of access for just $9.99, saving $19.98.
Listening to Spotify doesn’t require paying for a subscription, but if you do, Spotify allows you to download music to listen to it anywhere, removes all the ads, enables the ability to play any song you like, even on a mobile device, and unlocks unlimited skips so you never have to listen to a song you don’t like again.
The offer isn’t limited to the Premium Individual plan, though. Both the Student ($4.99/month) and Family ($14.99) plans are available with three months free, too. This makes the Premium Family plan an extremely generous proposition considering it supports six different Premium or Kids accounts, offers a special child-friendly Spotify Kids app, and automatically blocks explicit music.