6 months of Spotify Premium free for Galaxy S10 buyers

6 months of Spotify Premium free for Galaxy S10 buyers

Three Galaxy S10 smartphone models of Samsung Electronics are now on sales in some 70 countries across the world including Korea, the United States, Canada, India, China and European nations.

It's a logical move for Samsung and Spotify: last fall, the two companies announced a deal that would make Spotify the default music option for Bixby, so including the app on new Samsung phones is a sensible next step forward. The S10 5G, Galaxy Fold, and Galaxy A models will also come with the app preloaded. Due to the overwhelming popularity of Galaxy S10 pre-order promotions offering Galaxy Buds through select carriers, Galaxy Buds will now be available at Samsung Experience Stores, Samsung.com and select Canadian retailers on Friday, March 22, 2019. "Whether they're listening to the latest hit albums or checking out their favourite playlist, we're giving eligible Galaxy S10 users access to an fantastic six-month Spotify Premium offer". Finally, the promotion will only be offered to U.S. users, so the rest of the world are automatically ineligible.

Not everyone is out of the running, though.

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Over the past few Galaxy releases, Microsoft has found a cozy and highly successful smart phone line to peddle its smart phone ware such as a new launcher, pre loaded software and services and digital assistants, as an nearly native Microsoft experience on a smart phone.

Calling it the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, it includes Samsung standards such as the punch-hole camera, near borderless external screen, 3.5mm headphone jack and even an S-Pen. The former gives access to unlimited skips, offline downloads, and removes ads entirely.

A Spotify subscription costs $9.99 a month, while YouTube Premium costs a little bit higher at $11.99. The latter does much of the same things, while also opening up its growing cache of original content, and access to YouTube Music on top of that.

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