Spotify, one of the most popular music streaming applications, is providing premium membership for a time period of three months. All the readers who are interested in the same can avail the offer pretty easily. Only one condition with the offer is that the individual should not have subscribed to the premium before. All those who want to buy a Family or Duo subscription to Spotify can also get a monthly subscription for free. The offer is only available until September 11th so the users are suggested to grab it before that.
Apart from that, all the users will have to pay the regular Rs 119 for their Spotify subscription after the free trial ends. However, one can also opt-out of the same if they don’t want to pay anything. Here, we will explain to you how you can get a Spotify subscription for three months completely free. One thing to note here is that you have to log in to your Spotify account via a PC as you can’t buy the premium for free via a mobile app.
How to get a Spotify premium subscription free for three months?
- Firstly, open the Spotify website on your system by visiting any browser including Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Opera, or Safari.
- Now, tap the Premium button available on the main page of the screen.
- Select the plan – Individual plan or Student plan, as per your requirement and eligibility.
- On the new page, you will be supposed to fill in your card details available under the Build Your Plan tab.
- After completing the process, you will get to see the plan details and its validity.
- You can also confirm the status of your plan by visiting the accounts section.
Spotify audio reactions in the testing stage
Spotify is also testing a new feature named audio reactions that will let the user record a reaction to their favourite tracks. With this feature, users will be able to share their thoughts on the platform. Once the audio gets recorded, it will be available for modification and even add background music. After finishing the whole editing, the reaction can be uploaded to Spotify and added to the platform as a new podcast episode.