SUCCESS! > Jobel A: Hi Brian! I understand your issue about Drake's promotion. I can help check this for you. > > Brian: I thought a subscription implied an "ad-free" experience? > > Jobel A: Thank you for your feedback regarding your Browse section. Please note that what you're seeing are not ads but rather covers of Spotify curated-playlists with Drake as our featured artist in line with his new album, Scorpion. > > Rest assured that this won't affect your listening experience and your Browse section will return to normal very soon. > > Once again thank you for your continuous support for Spotify and our apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused you. > > Brian: many of those playlists with drakes face on them don't even feature his songs > Brian: as for continuous support, Ill likely go back to google play if these shenanigans are how you do business > > Jobel A: I understand your frustration on this issue. As one time courtesy, I'll add a month of Premium to your account. > Jobel A: Please let me know if you'd like to proceed. > > Brian: thanks, hopefully this is a one time deal.. I like spotify but not drake lol > Brian: yes please > > Jobel A: I’ve gone ahead and added 1 month of Premium to your account. Enjoy! > > You can keep tabs on your subscription status and next billing date over at: https://www.spotify.com/account/subscription/. > > Jobel A: Is there anything else I can help you with? > > Brian: nope thanks for your help > > Jobel A: Alright, take care Brian! > > Info: Thank you for chatting with us! You know where to find us the next time you need help.
If you are in the US and have a valid .edu email account, visit here to get 50% off. It's a fantastic service, and I use it all the time! I signed up because T-Mobile did the unlimited streaming, and it was worth it!
And you get Hulu with your Spotify subscription for no extra cost
Edit: I should clarify that you get a Hulu subscription for no extra cost only if you already have a student discounted Spotify subscription. You have to sign up for this in a certain way and I think it's only available in the US
Edit 2: I think this is the link to sign up for the Hulu account. It's from September so it might not still work right
If this isn't a case for Apple's version of Spotify Connect, don't know what is.
As it stands now, you can't use your iPhone's Music app to control Apple Music on Alexa devices, Google Home/Nest devices, and now PS5.
They give a student discount. 50 percent off. If you still have your college email, now is the time to pull it out.
Edit: apparently only works if you're still enrolled
Try spotify premium for 99c for 3 months. I believe new customers only. But give it a try see which is best. Just remember to drop it before the 3 months is up if you don't want to renew.
I looked up the terms and conditions but I didn't see anything about US only. This offer was shown and found on the Spotify US website, though.
~~I really should have jumped on the $.99 for 3 months deal they had a couple days ago~~ It's still up, but to be completely honest I don't get out of the house enough to justify the $10/month that it becomes afterwards. Especially being a high school student, I'm really only listening to music on mobile to and from school. Otherwise I'm at my computer or listening to podcasts.
sebagian besar yang berupa akun premium, license windows dll di ecom/marketplace memang curian, Lapor ke shopee juga ga akan ngefek, div humas polri juga kalo kamu bukan pihak yang dirugikan secara langsung akan sulit untuk digubris.
Saran saya tinggalkan akun tersebut dan mulai berlangganan spotify premium. Dapatkan 3 bulan Premium seharga Rp 4990. Hanya Rp 49990/bulan setelahnya. Batalkan kapan saja. Kamu seorang pelajar? Dapatkan penawaran yang sama, tapi hanya membayar Rp 24990/bulan setelahnya. Butuh info selengkapnya kunjungi situs kami di www.spotify.com/id/. Spotify, musik untuk semua orang!
Interesting, looks like it's priced halfway between an individual Spotify Premium account (19.99 zł a month) and a Spotify Family account (29.99 zł a month.)
Looks like it's only available in Poland right now? https://www.spotify.com/pl/duo/
The Family Plan is the best - 6 Premium accounts for $15 a month.
6 accounts for $15 or $10 for a single premium account can really add up the savings if more than 1 family member has spotify.
I am not seeing this on my Neon systems, using the deb file as opposed to a snap or flatpak.
Probably just whatever source you are using is missing the relevant icon file. Not a distro or KDE issue, methinks.
I think he might be accidentally promoting a student bundle he signed up for. Spotify Premium isn't $5, Hulu and Showtime aren't included.
I pay 10 for Spotify and add an additional 3 for Hulu off of a promotion they had a couple months back. No Showtime.
They give a student discount. 50 percent off. If you still have your college email, now is the time to pull it out.
Edit: apparently only works if you're still enrolled.
There is also a student discount (at least for US residents). Register for it to get spotify for 50% off for a year. link
You may feel that you are owed a refund morally and based on your understanding of the terms & conditions you agreed to. I won't speak to the issue morally, but the terms & conditions you agreed to pretty explicitly state that Spotify can advertise to you, even as a premium user;
>7 Rights you grant us >>In consideration for the rights granted to you under the Agreements, you grant us the right... (2) to provide advertising and other information to you
Paying for premium does not exempt you from being advertised to, plain and simple.
I believe the problem is simply due to you trying to share one account. What Spotify wants someone to do in your situation is have two separate accounts. And if you want to get the best deal, setup Premium Family.
If you're a student, Spotify is 5$. I don't know if you are, but I'm letting you know because its a steal.
OP:lla ja tässä ketjussa toistuu vähän rypäs väärinymmärryksiä, joista osa selviää ihan vain lukemalla tietosuoja-asetuksen vaatima Spotifyn tietosuojakäytäntö, jossa kerrotaan Spotifyn tapauksessa itseasiassa hyvin selkeästi mitä kerätään, miten kerätään, miksi kerätään ja mihin niitä käytetään.
OP olisi siis ollut vähemmän yllättynyt jos olisi lukenut palvelun käyttöönotossa mainitun tietosuojakäytännön, jonka hän on hyväksynyt kun on aloittanut Spotifyn käytön. Mutta kuten Steve Jobs on todennut, miksi se ei lue?
We've actually done some tests on the algorithm in the past.
In reality, the algorithm is pretty good. The issue is how it responds to user input. Pretty much anything other than forward skipping will reset the shuffle so that you can hear the exact same songs that you just heard. Clicking onto another playlist, skipping backwards, or clicking any track on a currently playing playlist will all cause the shuffle to be reset. This should not be the case, and I suspect it's why there is such a discrepancy between Spotify's shuffle tests and user tests.
I would suggest that users write in their feedback on this issue and ask for the shuffle seed to remain persistent throughout these activities.
At the bottom: "create an account using your e-mail address". I think that should work for you, it's tiny text and isn't outlined at all, but it should be the way.
dat student discount tho. I was convinced after using it with ads for a few weeks and then found out about the student discount I got that shit immediately. delicious 320kbps.
Due to the volume of posts before I caught this, I'm going to allow this topic to stay. However, we have already had many posts regarding this. Spotify gradually rolls out its updates so many users have had the new color for a while.
The color is part of their new branding and is unlikely to change. However, you can leave your feedback directly to Spotify via email or twitter.
Does this tool breach this clause, from Spotify's T's & C's?:
> Spotify respects intellectual property rights and expects you to do the same. This means, for example, that the following is not permitted...
>...(g) artificially increasing play count or otherwise manipulating the Services by using a script or other automated process;
From the terms: > If you have have subscribed to the Premium or Unlimited service or have taken a 30-day free trial offer or 60-day free trial offer previously, you are ineligible for this 3-for-1 Trial Offer. You may also be ineligible for this 3-for-1 Trial Offer if you have taken other previous trial offers offered by Spotify.
At the bottom of this page. Or this is the direct link.
Holy fuck have I ever had it with right wing free speech martyrs. Spotify already editorialises their content. Which they have every right to do.
And Alex Jones has his first amendment rights to fuck right off and publish his lies on his own platform.
His lying does nothing to serve democracy, civil, cultural or social life. He's a vulture who feeds off he misery and paranoia of others and no moral organisation would help him do what he does.
Helpful info: Spotify Premium is only $5 a month instead of $10 if you're a student: link
Here is the link. I'm on mobile so I can't do any fancy hyperlinking so sorry for the gigantic link.
WTF. I pay more for a Family account but I'm not eligible?
"Subscriptions to Spotify Premium for Students or Spotify Premium for Family are not eligible for this Supplemental Offer."
> What Hulu access will I get with this plan?
> You’ll have access to the Hulu Limited Commercials plan, which includes unlimited streaming of exclusive series, hit movies, Hulu originals, and more, on supported devices. Note: it’s not possible to upgrade to the Hulu No Commercials or Live TV plans, nor to any Hulu Premium Add-ons.
redeem here if you already have spotify
you'll receive an email
there's a link in the email to take you to the google store
choose your color and check out
the full price will be deducted
you will still need a credit card
Read the terms. They are allowed to share our private information they collected with their "Spotify group"? I've tried everywhere, and I can't seem to find out who is in their "Spotify group".
Edit: Wow! Thanks for the gold!
I would personally advise against using their "official" Linux client. It's developed by the Spotify devs in their free time. It's not really supported. With that client, you're effectively a second class citizen. I personally use Spotify in the browser and it's a pretty decent experience for me.
From their Linux download page:
> Spotify for Linux is a labor of love from our engineers that wanted to listen to Spotify on their Linux development machines. They work on it in their spare time and it is currently not a platform that we actively support.
~~I don’t know if it’s still available~~ available until 12/31/18, if you have or open a family premium account with Spotify you’d get a google mini free.
Edit: Link for those interested.
/u/forsennata gave you some really good advice. Just to add on, with a degree in finance, you can work at any company, in any industry. Interested in sports? Apply for a job in the Finance and Accounting department at ESPN. Like music? Spotify is hiring. Enjoy watching films? Check out Netflix's openings.
Those prospects may seem far off, but there are tons of similar companies that you could apply to that would allow you to work in an industry that you're passionate about.
For any other college students who may be reading this, OP's post is an excellent example of why it's imperative that you intern in college. I don't know if OP did or did not have any internships, but interning helps you try out different companies and industries for short periods of time, so it's easier for you to search for jobs you're interested in upon graduation.
With one account, Spotify usually syncs whatever song is playing across all logged in devices. So if you’re listening to Song A in your car and your friend logs in and starts playing Song B, the Spotify in your car will switch to Song B as well.
Look into Spotify Duo instead: https://www.spotify.com/us/duo/ It’s Spotify Premium, and you can invite one another person to use your premium plan, but they’ll use their own Spotify credentials to log in yet.
Hey just so you know, if you got your account back, you can recover playlists even if they were deleted ages ago https://www.spotify.com/us/account/recover-playlists/
I would also highly recommend exporting playlists to other platforms just in-case (loads of websites for that, like soundizz).
Try this link https://www.spotify.com/ca-en/googlehome/register/
It allowed me to register for one and I've had my account for over a year.
It does say that "Demand has been very high, so it might take a few days for your device to become available!"
Actually, you do. You pay for a service that has very specific terms and conditions associated with it (that you agreed to), which include:
> In any part of the Spotify Service, the Content you view, including its selection and placement, may be influenced by commercial considerations, including agreements with third parties.
Here. I just bought it too and it has been well worth it.
Spotify has changed the way I listen to music.
I'm not much of a fanboy for stuff, but Spotify I definitely am. Unlimited (for £4.99 p/m) streaming music.
They keep changing the pricing structure, so I'm not sure now, but I pay £9.99 p/month, I get truly unlimited music that I can make available offline on my phone, so bye bye MP3 players and downloading MP3s. I haven't pirated a single album since they released Spotify for the phones, and I have actually bought quite a few CDs, just to further support artists I love.
I spend all day working with computers, so music is very important to me, and rather than have to seach torrents for it, I can just get it instantly, no fucking about. The catalogue is good too, a lot of old stuff. So handy.
And they've released it in the US now, which I hope means they aren't about to go bust.
Ok, I have to go take a cold shower now.
wait fr? even the one with the debian/ubuntu package from https://www.spotify.com/us/download/linux/ since that's where i got mine to reinstall my apps after removing snap
It works by adding your account as a stolen credential's family member. Once the victim realized "who diz pugsandcorgis" or let the subscription expire, you're out. It's also possible they stole a CC online, use that to register the 6 buyers, then when the owner close the card or dispute the transaction, you're back to square one.
FYI Spotify family plan only cost measly 79K here, and you can add 5 people. You could in theory add your friends, they don't really police the address that much. The 13K per person per month can easily offset by the saving from using offline play feature while mobile.
EDIT : This can also work simply like this. Have 6 people pay 150K. Add them to a family for 79K. You have enough for 11 months. In 3 months word of mouth should spread, their friend & families joined. At 11th month you're free to continue the early adopter subscription using ponzi scheme, bail out with all dem monies of the later adopter, or heck, just cut them cold at the 3rd month.
I think they ask you when you graduate and where you’re enrolled. Super simple. I had regular Spotify premium and just changed my account type to student. Just follow the steps. Here’s the Spotify page with Q&A:
It is illegal to broadcast Spotify songs to thousands of people.
>The following is not permitted for any reason whatsoever:
>copying, redistributing, reproducing, “ripping”, recording, transferring, performing or displaying to the public, broadcasting, or making available to the public any part of the Spotify Service or the Content
Everytime Reynad turns on Spotify during his stream he is breaking the Terms and Conditions of Spotify.
The GPS is for their new Spotify Running feature: https://www.spotify.com/us/running/
The contacts list is to allow you to share playlists and songs with said contacts.
The photos permission allows you to attach photos to playlists as custom artwork.
The media file access allows you to import your own songs into Spotify.
I'm all for trying to stay private, but I feel that this is just a bit overblown due to how Android permissions works at the moment.
Unless you have one of the first two payment methods listed on this page, then the answer is probably no. Plus, any credit cards will probably required to be one issued by Indian financial institutions. I would stick with the US region if I were you since different region have different music catalog. Additionally, Indian region account may have some content that is localized. So you will see a lot of Indian related suggestion in some section.
I'm doing something similar to this (in term of using Spotify of different region to where I reside) but I'm going for the UK region instead since they have most of what I wanted to hear. That's how I know that the home page can be localized with content related to the country your account is in.
No one is suppressing Joe Rogan's speech.
He just signed a big check.
>Please respect Spotify, the owners of the Content, and other users of the Spotify Service. Don’t engage in any activity, post any User Content, or register and/or use a username, which is or includes material that: 15. Is offensive, abusive, defamatory, pornographic, threatening, or obscene;
Also, if you do subscribe to Spotify Premium, you can bundle it with Hulu for a couple extra bucks a month.
I was already a subscriber of both so saved me money in the long run.
on the bright side, I believe Spotify is currently $0.99/month for three months ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
edit: how do I fix my missing arm?
edit2: holy shit there's a bot for this?
You need to be a student to qualify for that deal. I had it when I was in college, and I've been grandfathered in even after graduating years ago. Free Hulu with ads along with my Spotify account.
It's not that caring is lame, if you're genuinely being shafted fair enough. Your argument has no grounds, you don't pay for the removal of all visual ads. You pay for the removal of audio ads interrupting your music.
>And they are ads
This is from their website "No ads. Enjoy nonstop music.", so that implies no visual ads as part of browse? Or is that saying I don't have ads interrupting my music?
How about the T&C's/EULA?
>7 Rights you grant us
>"In consideration for the rights granted to you under the Agreements, you grant us the right (1) to allow the Spotify Service to use the processor, bandwidth, and storage hardware on your Device in order to facilitate the operation of the Service, (2) to provide advertising and other information to you, and (3) to allow our business partners to do the same"
Maybe next time read the T&C's for the service you sign up for?
Haha, I love how that's what upsets you, that I don't care Drake's picture was on the playlists, they didn't even shoehorn him into them and spoil the playlists etc, literally his picture as the cover. Sounds like you have more self-esteem issues that everyone needs to be some little fake activist and we must rise up against the evil corporations.
Settle down to your life of mediocrity. You're fighting the non-existent fight.
If you are already a Spotify subscriber, you do not have to change your email. Just cancel your existing subscription, go to https://www.spotify.com/us/student/, and re-subscribe under the student discount.
I was a regular $9.99/month subber and switched to the student, all while keeping the same email (non .edu). They just need document proof that you attend the college.
Edit: for clarification, the Spotify student page will require that you enter a .edu email as part of the verification. So you will still need it. It just doesn't have to be your account-permanent email for Spotify.
He is still going against Spotify's terms and conditions of use. In the section I linked you can only use the service and content for personal, non-commercial, entertainment use, which playing it on his stream isn't. If you feel that that isn't clear enough it goes on to say that you will not redistribute or transfer the Spotify Service or Content. So ya, paying for something doesn't mean you can break their TOS. And then looking further under user guidelines they further explain that what he is doing is something they don't want him to do.
Spotify do have a Family Plan where you can add up to 3 more accounts to your payment plan at 50% Discount per connection.
(1 account = £9.99, 2 = £14.99 3= £19.99 etc.)
Everyone uses their own account and can all stream at the same time.
Happy Steaming. ;3
i'm not sure if it applies to students outside of north america, but here it is: https://www.spotify.com/us/student/
it's 4.99 a month compared to normal 9.99. pretty damn awesome. i don't know if you have to use your university e-mail, but i did and they have a verifying/background system check. they'll know if you're a student or not somehow. friend got denied the discount a few weeks ago and graduated last year.
edit: i might be a dumbass. /us/student.
As many of you have already posted, the offer for 3 months for 0.99 USD is only eligible for those that have never had Premium on their account before (via a subscription or a trial). We have more info about this holiday offer here on our FAQ page as well.
We've read your comments on this and please know we're passing on your feedback around this offer. If you have had an any further questions about your subscription please get in touch with us via the contact form here so we can take a closer look at your account. You'll then hear from our team shortly.
Hi! I'm an engineer at Spotify in San Fran.
We have internships for international folks - but mostly are based in our head quarters in Stockholm, Sweden (maybe NYC but not sure). As a side note - I have met many folks that started working here as an intern and landed a full time job afterwards (either after graduation or just didn't go back to school :)).
I really don't know the process at all for internships. I'm sure you have already, but do check out our jobs site.
If I were in your position, I would apply for what I found interest in, and if/when you get in contact with someone, only then mention you're looking for an internship. (aka get your foot in the door to talk to someone in recruiting that could better direct you).
Maybe. It's gotten easier on many distros and often it "just works" but normally involves opening a terminal (already a deal-breaker for most people) and then figuring out if you need apt-get, yum, dnf, wget, and really need to know the exact command.
I think the problem is that there isn't just one linux that people have coalesced around, so an already small OS is itself split into many pieces from a user-base perspective
Edit: Spotify is a great example and fairly typical. There's one installation method for Windows users (78% of desktop users), one method for Mac (18% of desktop) but for linux (2% of desktop users) they offer THREE methods; Ubuntu software, snap command line, and apt-get command (which itself requires 4 very long terminal commands)
The maximum amount of time that you can get the student discount is four years, whether you're in college for longer than that or not. The only way they know if you're still in school is when they ask you to re-verify that you're a student once a year, so you should be good until whatever month you usually have to re-verify. At that point if you've reached your four years, you're out of luck.
So in summary... as long as you stop contacting her, I don't really think you have anything to worry about.
you mean which devices have Spotify Connect? Most of the major audio/video companies have signed on: https://www.spotify.com/us/connect/
my device is a Yamaha A/V receiver and it scrolls the track name across its LCD, which is pretty cool. And I can seamlessly switch device (Android / iOS / OSX / PC) I use to control the music.
Here you go.
I just did this no more than a few minutes ago so I know it works. It should ask you for your email, first and last name, college you are currently attending, and your date of birth. It will try and verify this information, and, if it does verify, then you will need to log in to an existing account (or make a new one) and enter your credit card information. You now will only pay $4.99 a month*.
Hope this helps!
*Note, this discount is good for 12 months at a time. After your 12 months are up, you must add the discount again.
For licensed partners and everyone else: If you're a college student, you can get a 50% discount on a premium subscription! $4.99/month.
Luckily there are alternatives: http://www.climbingbusinessjournal.com/is-your-gym-guilty-of-music-piracy/
That being said, in response to the original question, if the SP is offering 3mb guaranteed SLA, then you should be okay streaming music, however doing that while streaming twitch/other live streams would likely cause you some issues.
The playlist has been submitted once, more than one year ago. Just thought many new users of this sub-reddit and Spotify might like it so I re-posted the blog link.
Direct link to the playlist: http://open.spotify.com/user/ulyssestone/playlist/3r9Atus504uqFgTs4VgG50
59 sets of the symphonies: http://open.spotify.com/user/ulyssestone/playlist/7s8LZIP9C55xYduy9dN47l
Get Spotify (no Facebook required): https://www.spotify.com/us/signup/plain/
Not a lawyer but musician.
He’ll be using a distributor to get the music onto Spotify/iTunes and he would have most likely agreed to have all the copyright stuff in place for that to happen.
If you can’t find the label/distributor info from the release pages on each platform you can contact report it directly to the service.
I mean Spotify has their own repo, listed right on their site.
Package managers exist because basically every distro uses shared libraries so the package manager handles the dependencies (and conflicts), this means of 20 programs need libx then you just have one copy of libx rather than 20 as opposed to Windows programs which generally install themselves and all their dependencies which leads to a lot of bloat.
With that said that's basically how snap/flatpack work, by bundling an app and all its dependencies together.
But if you're unwilling to learn how package managers work then I don't really don't know what to say. Snap/flatpack are probably the closest to what you want but you won't be seeing MSI style installers any time soon. There is a reason every OS has copied the Linux package manager idea (Windows Store, OSX app store, Google play etc...), it works.
Assuming you have a computer and some music files, you can start today after spending zero money: look at Mixxx.
If you need music, spend a little bit of money for the Algoriddim Djay or Pro apps (OSX, WIN, IOS, Android) and then splurge for Spotify Premium which happens to be 3 months for $0.99 right now.
You’ll eventually look at Serato or Traktor, but you should start with baby steps, some experience, and a lot more research first.
Hello! I actually just tried using the link provided above and it didn't work for me either. I contacted customer service and they provided me with the correct link to use
At the moment it gives me a message saying the deal is not available at the moment, but the rep told me it just means they haven't put it up yet and that it will probably be posted at some point during the day on the 1st. Hope you get one!
This. It's likely that this is someone who has a token to use your account (perhaps you used one of those "show me my top songs on Spotify" things) rather than someone who knows your password.
https://www.spotify.com/au/account/apps/ is where to go to see what apps you have given access to - and where to stop them.
>I hate that trend of "oh it's not an ad, it's a notification/promotion/sponsored message/update". Shuffling the word selection around does not change the nature of the item.
To answer your question, it's not actually against our agreement since,
as stated in our T&Cs found here: https://www.spotify.com/ph/legal/end-user-agreement/
"7 Rights you grant us In consideration for the rights granted to you under the Agreements, you grant us the right (1) to allow the Spotify Service to use the processor, bandwidth, and storage hardware on your Device in order to facilitate the operation of the Service, (2) to provide advertising and other information to you, and (3) to allow our business partners to do the same. In any part of the Spotify Service, the Content you view, including its selection and placement, may be influenced by commercial considerations, including agreements with third parties. Some Content licensed or provided to Spotify (e.g. podcasts) may contain advertising as part of the Content. In such cases, Spotify will make such Content available to you unmodified.
Theyve stopped pretending now
Just don't forget to re-load the prepaid credit card every day of the month since you subscribed.
The discount is only good for 12 months at a time, after which you must sign up for the discount again. Spotify is offering a maximum of four yearly discount periods during enrollment, and then it's back to the full price of $10 per month. https://www.spotify.com/us/legal/student-discount-terms-and-conditions/
So it looks like you're right it's 4 years total, but you must remember to renew the discount.
> unless you read all associated agreements and designate/sign something that says "I verify I am a student blah blah blah."
Many of the services recommended in this thread do exactly that: Amazon, Spotify. Whether you read them or not, you do have to check the box that says that you did and they are surely enforceable. Amazon's has an interesting bit where you "may be required to reimburse us for benefits you received" if they find out you misrepresented yourself as a student.
> A major company is not going to lose a shitton of money
While probably true, that doesn't mean it's not fraud. You are representing yourself as something you are not (knowingly) and receiving a financial gain. That is the definition of fraud. Morally, you might be okay with that (I used my student ID to get discounted movie tickets for a year or so after I graduated), but I don't think this is the kind of thing that qualifies for a good, frugal strategy.
Non-premium Spotify users - Nina Nesbitt has some kind of promotion to get premium free for 3 months, the link is here. She said on her Instagram story that it ends today but the website says it ends on the 24th, either way you should probably get it soon. You can't get it if you've already had a premium free trial. I already have premium so I thought to post it here, hopefully some of you guys can take advantage of it!
> The following is not permitted for any reason whatsoever in relation to the Services and the material or content made available through the Services, or any part thereof:
> 2) copying, reproducing, redistributing, "ripping," recording, transferring, performing, framing, linking to or displaying to the public, broadcasting, or making available to the public, or any other use which is not expressly permitted under the Agreements or applicable law, or which otherwise infringes intellectual property rights;
Guess what Streaming is?
"Hvis du er student ved en akkreditert høyskole eller et akkreditert universitet og er over 18 år, så ja. Du kan få Premium Student i opptil 4 år." (https://www.spotify.com/no-nb/student/)
NTNU er som norges største helt klart et akkredidert universitet, så du skal være kvalifisert. Hvilken feil får du når du forsøker registrere deg?
Høres rart ut å spesifisere "i Ålesund", skal jo ikke være relevant hvilket campus på NTNU du holder til. Kan det være her feilen ligger?
I think both of these are pretty fitting…
The T&C are here
The part that seems relevant > If you were an existing subscriber to any other form of Spotify Premium immediately prior to becoming a New Primary Account Holder, any remaining subscription period that you may have had under your previous subscription type will be shortened upon successful purchase of this Supplemental Offer. The ability to access the Supplemental Offer will begin immediately upon successful purchase but payment in respect of the Supplemental Offer will not be taken until the start date of your new monthly subscription period.
ETA: So I upgraded from my normal plan to the family plan. Like the T&C said, they immediately sent me the Google Home Mini offer but didn't charge me the extra $5 yet. I checked the account management page and there's a "downgrade next month to normal" option.
From press release:
New and existing Premium for Family plan master account holders can sign up for a Google Home Mini at https://www.spotify.com/us/family/ starting on 11/1. Note, this is a limited offer, only available for U.S. Spotify Premium for Family users till December 31, 2018—so don’t wait.
Seria el mismo razonamiento que si te compras un CD y lo pones en tu bar. Solo podes usarlo de manera personal. No comercial.
> El servicio Spotify y su Contenido son propiedad de Spotify o los licenciantes de Spotify. Le otorgamos una licencia limitada, no exclusiva y revocable para que utilice el servicio Spotify, y una licencia limitada, no exclusiva y revocable para hacer uso personal, no comercial y de entretenimiento del Contenido (la “Licencia”). Esta Licencia permanecerá vigente hasta que usted o Spotify la cancelen. Usted declara y acepta que usará el Contenido para fines personales, no comerciales y de entretenimiento y que no redistribuirá ni transferirá el servicio Spotify ni su Contenido.
Lineamientos para el usuario
> Las siguientes acciones no están permitidas bajo ninguna circunstancia:
> Copiar, redistribuir, reproducir, extracción digital de audio, grabar, transferir, mostrar al público, transmitir o poner a disposición del público alguna parte del servicio Spotify o su Contenido, o utilizar el servicio Spotify o su Contenido de alguna otra manera que no esté expresamente permitido en virtud de estos Contratos o la ley vigente o que, de alguna manera, infrinja los derechos de propiedad intelectual (como los derechos de autor) del servicio Spotify o su Contenido o de alguna parte de este.
For cheap spotify premium you can sign up to the spotify family plan, which is $22.50 for up to 6 ppl (incl yourself).
So basically paying $3.75 each and all 6 ppl get their own individual premium account.
Sharing a good deal: If you're a Spotify Premium customer you can add Hulu for $0.99/month for 3 months and then after that pay $12.99/month for both services. The latter is only $3.00 more a month than Spotify Premium so a good deal to save on Hulu.
I cancel and readd Hulu whenever there's something that I want to watch, so this comes at a great time since Handmaid's Tale is starting soon.
Since it's been asked but I haven't seen any one post it. This is the link to get the student spotify with Hulu.
Also, while I have had both Apple music and Spotify, I use Spotify mostly due to its integration with Xbox. Being able to control the music with your phone while gaming is a nice feature.
Consegui alias. Vc refaz sua conta premium neste link:
E ele vai pedir seu cartão de crédito, logo após um documento que comprove que você é um estudante. Mandei uma cópia escaneada da minha carteirinha de estudante.
https://www.spotify.com/us/account/profile/ でPostal codeを入力しておく
It's been an issue before. According to people in this thread you might be able to get a refund if you email them.
You can email support by visiting this page and filling out the required info.