Spotify Technology SA aligns itself with the recent price increases that have involved various realities, such as Netflix for example. The famous Swedish company, known for its on-demand music service, today announced the price increase of Spotify Premium in multiple locations, including Europe and, of course, Italy. The news had been in the air for a few days, reports The Verge. Daniel Ek, CEO of the company, had in fact suggested an increase during a financial report. In short, the streaming music service follows the example of its cousin for film / television entertainment, Netflix.
Spotify Premium Individual it will pass now and €9,99 at €10,99. Il Duo planwhich allows you to take advantage of two Premium accounts, passes and €12,99 at €14,99while the Family plan of six accounts goes from €15.99 to €17.99. Even the piano Studentaimed exclusively at university students and with a maximum duration of four years, has undergone the price increase, going from €4.99 to €5.99.
“As we continue to expand our platform, we’re updating Premium’s pricing to keep us innovating in changing market conditions. Thanks to these updates, we will continue to bring value to the fans”, explains Spotify in the help area of the site. The confirmation also came via an email sent to all Premium subscribers, clarifying that those who are using a trial period will be entitled to the original price. After this month, the price will return to the one introduced on July 24, 2023.
Source: Spotify – Seeking Alpha Via: The Verge