Spotify has revised its daily and weekly Premium plans in India and now calls it Premium Mini. These two plans have been discounted to Rs. 7 rupees per day. 25 per week. The Premium Mini plan is only available to mobile and tablet app users, and can only be used on one device. Spotify stated that users can only extend daily and weekly plans for a maximum of 3 months. The Premium Mini plan provides users with some of the benefits of the Premium Personal plan priced at Rs. 119 per month.
The discounted price of the two Premium Mini plans offered by Spotify is Rs. 7 rupees per day. 25 per week. Initially, the price of these plans was Rs. 13 rupees per day. 39 per week. The Premium Mini plan has Premium features, such as ad-free music and the ability to download songs for offline playback, but you can only download 30 songs at any given point in time (even if your Mini plan is the highest), and only this one Item equipment. However, the real “Premium” is not a streaming bitrate with a maximum rate of 160kbps, just like the free tier. The Premium plan provides a bit rate of 320kbps. In addition, the premium personal plan allows you to download 10,000 songs on each device, and you can use it on up to five devices.
Spotify users can extend their “Premium Mini” plan for three months. However, whenever the subscription expires, the downloaded music will be deleted, and the user must download them again after recharging.
Last month, Spotify resumed the discount on its annual plan, which currently applies to Rs. 999 instead of the typical rupees. Since the service came to India last year, there have been 1,189 copies. The cost of the premium individual plan is still Rs. 119 per month, you can use it for three months free of charge. Duo plans to start a one-month free trial at Rs. 149, and is valid for both accounts. The family plan can be used for up to six accounts and comes with a one-month free trial period of Rs. 179.
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