By now, you’ve probably seen the news that Spotify has been acquired by Spotify, the internet streaming service.
That means you can now get Spotify Premium for $4.99 per month, or Spotify Beats by Dominoes for $8.99 a month.
Both offer a free trial, but the Beats by Dr Dre subscription only works for US customers.
Spotify has been in the business for a while, but they have a few tricks up their sleeve.
Here are five of them to make Spotify Premium and Beats By Dr Dre more enticing.1.
Music streaming services need more revenue to keep afloat2.
Music consumption is at its highest point in 20 years3.
Spotify Premium offers a subscription service for the entire world, while Beats by DDP only works in the US.4.
The Spotify Premium offer is only for US users.
This means it’s not possible to sign up for Beats by DRD, and if you sign up, you’ll have to wait for Beats Premium to kick in.5.
The Beats by Dolby service is only available for US residents.
This could mean a lot of people don’t get the free Beats by the end of the year.
If you’re not a US resident, you can sign up here to get your first Beats by Cola subscription.
The new Spotify Premium will be available on December 17, 2019.
Beats by Drake will be launching on December 12, 2019, while the Beats By Dominoe service will launch on December 19, 2019 and the Beats Beats Premium service will be launched on December 25, 2019 for US and Canada residents.
Both services are also available for Android phones, as well as Windows 10 devices.