Free Spotify Premium for Vodafone customers

Spotify usage will be deducted from your Red Plan's data allowance.

Vodafone customers will get Spotify Premium at no cost when they sign up to select Vodafone Red plans.

Spotify usually charges $12 per month for its premium package, which makes it possible to playback music without being interrupted by ads.

Vodafone customers will need to be contracted on $70 Red Plans and above to qualify for a free subscription. The $70 Red plan comes with 6 months free Spotify Premium, while the $80 and $100 Red Plans come with 1- and 2-year free subscriptions respectively.

Using the service will consume data. Vodafone estimates a person “streaming music for an hour every day would use between 1.5GB to 2GB of data per month".

Vodafone announced it had struck a deal with Spotify in October; however, the carrier waited until Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 went on sale before revealing the offer’s details.

The deal will help Spotify solidify its service on smartphones. Spotify’s catalogue consists of 20 million songs.

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