Could someone just clarify to me how Spotify works?
I know you pay a monthly subscription instead of paying for individual songs, but surely there must be a monthly limit on the amount of songs or something?
Thanks if anyone can answer, but I'll check on google
Last edited by Converse Rocker; 24-02-2012 at 16:44.
Ahhh right, thanks a lot
(Original post by Tom B.)
Spotify is a streaming service, so you don't actually own or download any songs. You pay a fee that gives you unlimited, ad-free listening (£5 a month) as well as a lot of extra features (£10 a month premium service).
So for 10 pounds a month (roughly) I can just easily browse music and listen to it. Are people basically paying for the convenience? I have the free version and can play music, so why are people paying? Is it just to get rid of the adds and use the apps etc etc?
And why does it have a downloads tab that says 'music you buy from Spotify...'? Sorry for all the questions
Last edited by Converse Rocker; 24-02-2012 at 18:12.