Spotify will be available in 85 new markets including Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh - Numbers.lk
Over the next few days, Spotify will be launching its service in 85 new markets, and will also roll out 36 new languages on the platform. The news was announced at its online event, “Stream On” Monday (22).
23 July, 2021 | 20:03 p.m.
Over the next few days, Spotify will be launching its service in 85 new markets, and will also roll out 36 new languages on the platform. The news was announced at its online event, “Stream On” on Monday (22).
In all 85 new markets, Spotify will offer both Spotify Free and Spotify Premium plans. Individual, Family, Duo, and Student Spotify plans will be available in select markets, Spotify said. Listeners in new markets will get to access Spotify on mobile apps and in the browser. Apps for TV, consoles, speakers, wearables, and cars will be launched in the “coming months”. Spotify's global music catalogue will be available in all new 85 markets, and it will work with local rights holder to add more local offerings.
Here's the full list of the 85 new markets that Spotify is launching in:
- Antigua and Barbuda
- Brunei Darussalam
- Burkina Faso
- Cabo Verde
- Côte d'Ivoire
- Equatorial Guinea
- Lao People's Democratic Republic
- Marshall Islands
- Papua New Guinea
- San Marino
- Sao Tome and Principe
- Sierra Leone
- Solomon Islands
- Sri Lanka
- St. Kitts and Nevis
- St. Lucia
- St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
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