Spotify Launches in the Philippines, Partners with Globe Telecom

Spotify is now in the Philippines. Now you can listen to your favorite music on your mobile, tablet and desktop via the world’s most popular music streaming service. With Spotify, you get access to 30 million songs including songs from local artists. Unlike other music streaming services, Spotify offers audio quality of up to 320kbps.

Spotify – Globe Telecom Partnership

Spotify has exclusively partnered with Globe Telecom in offering its 38 million subscribers free access to Spotify thru Globe’s GoSURF data plan beginning April 13. Check out below for the Globe – Spotify GoSURF offerings.

  • GoSURF 10 – 10MB data plus Spotify for 24 hrs
  • GoSURF 299 – 700MB of data valid for 30 days including Spotify Premium
  • GoSURF 999 – 5GB of data plus Spotify Premium

Alternatively, Globe subscribers can upgrade to Spotify Premium for Php 129 per month.

“Spotify takes music enjoyment to a whole new level,” says Sunita Kaur, Director for Asia at Spotify, adding: “Music fans get instant, unlimited access to 30 million songs including all the best OPM hits all for free across all your devices, plus Spotify looks and sounds fantastic. And best of all, soon Globe Telecom subscribers can enjoy the ultimate music service powered by Spotify with their new data plan, GoSURF.”

“Globe customers will have music to discover right at their fingertips with Spotify, and sharing music with all their friends is just but a click away,” says Peter Bithos, Chief Operating Advisor at Globe.

Download Spotify for Android here and iOS here  and for iOS here.

To know more about Spotify, visit their website and Facebook page.

For GoSURF, check out Globe Telecom’s website, Twitter and Facebook.

 


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