Spotify is the most popular music streaming service with the most subscribers worldwide. But despite that, it remains the only one among the big ones not to offer the option of audio without any loss of quality or compression.
Tidal pioneered this field, and Apple Music followed in its footsteps. According to Bloomberg, Spotify will soon launch a plan called ‘Supremium’, with the aim of overcoming this disadvantage of the service compared to competitors.
New plan with high fidelity audio arrives on Spotify by the end of 2023
According to Bloomberg, the new plan with HiFi audio will be introduced by the end of 2023 by Spotify. It is recalled that this is a long-standing promise from Spotify, which promised such a launch in 2021.
Remember that Spotify’s individual premium plan is priced at €6.99 in Portugal. But this plan with HiFi audio will surely have a higher price. As mentioned, Spotify will also want to give subscribers extended access to audiobooks.
It should be noted that Apple Music costs €7.49 in our country. But Apple’s streaming service already includes lossless audio on select songs at no additional cost. Tidal is split between a HiFi sound plan up to 1411 kbps at €6.99 and HiFi Plus up to 9216 kbps at €13.99.
It is to be expected that Spotify’s plan will compete directly with this Tidal plan, both in terms of quality and price. This will be a plan only intended for those who do not find the audio quality currently available in the service to be sufficient.
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