Back in the summer online music streaming service Spotify was finally released to consumers in the US, which came a long time after the service was first introduced to other regions. Now Spotify have revealed that it is heading towards 3 million paying users, are you one of them?
The company has revealed it has now reached 2.5 million paying customers for its online music service. According to SlashGear Spotify hasn’t reveled where these customers are mainly based or how many free users the service has either. But the figures are quite impressive when you consider the amount of options there are for consumers, which can cost very little to nothing at all.
It has managed to convince consumers to its music service by offering a solid option to them. It has been helped by adding Facebook integration with its recent US launch, which would have tempted even more users to its service. It will be interesting to see how it fairs in the coming months as more free options become available.
In its favor though it has a strong user interface with a large library of music, which is coupled with a no strings subscription that puts Spotify in a strong position. The company has also announced an upcoming press event on November 30th, which is thought to be about what the company is planning next for the service.
The service has been launched on more mobile devices as well that opens the service up to even more people. Are you currently using Spotify? If so are you paying for it?
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