Spotify has finally launched its services officially in Pakistan. The company announced on Twitter that they would be bringing the best music streaming service to Pakistan, Bangladesh, and other countries. Previously, users were not able to sign up for the music streaming service in Pakistan. Now, Spotify is available in the country. They also have Spotify Pakistan account on Instagram and Facebook.
— Muhammad Abdullah (@abdugeek) February 23, 2021
The music streaming service Spotify has officially launched its services in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. The music streaming service is available for free with adverts. However, users can get an ad-free premium subscription for Rs 299 per month. Other pricing plans include for two individuals, a family plan, and a student plan that is limited to students of approved universities only. The individual plan is priced at PKR 299, the Duo plan is priced at PKR 390 per month with ability to play a playlist for two, aka Duo Mix. The family plan costs PKR 479 per month for six persons and the student plan costs PKR 149.
“We are incredibly excited about the opportunity to bring together creators and listeners around the world, says Alex Norström, Chief Freemium Business Officer of Spotify.
“As we’ve expanded our international reach over the years, we’ve connected over 8 million artists with listeners across nearly every continent, putting Spotify firmly at the heart of the global audio economy. Launching in these new markets is a key next step to fulfilling our ongoing commitment to building a truly borderless audio ecosystem,” he added.
Spotify can be downloaded on iOS, Android, Windows, and can be played on web as well. You can download Spotify here.