Spotify expands into four new markets including Vietnam

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The largest global music streaming subscription service, Spotify, opens its doors to four new markets today: Vietnam, South Africa, Romania and Israel.

The music streaming service currently has a community of over 159 million users, including 71 million Spotify Premium subscribers, across 65 markets worldwide.

Cecilia Qvist, Global Head of Markets at Spotify, says: “We’re really excited to bring Spotify to these four markets, connecting their rich music cultures with millions of artists and users across the world.”

Since its introduction in 2008, its music catalogue has grown to over 35 million tracks, which can be streamed for free.

Upgrading to Spotify Premium will give you access to exclusive features, including offline mode (download and listen), improved sound quality (up to 320kb/s), Spotify Connect and an ad-free experience.

Spotify Premium costs MYR14.90/month, or you can give it a go for free for 30 days. There’s also Premium for Family where you can share with up to five people who reside at the same address. This for just MYR22.40 per month.

Also enjoy integration with Waze when you’re on-the-go.

Spotify is available on Android, iOS, Mac/PC, tablet, car, Playstation, Xbox, TV and also connected speakers.

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