Spotify’s Premium Duo plan is now available for Spotify listeners in 14 more countries.
Spotify says that the expansion follows “a strong rollout” in Colombia, Chile, Denmark, Ireland and Poland.
The plan will now be available in all Latin American countries that have Spotify except for Brazil.
The full list of countries where the plan is available are Denmark, Ireland, Poland, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay.
Spotify Premium Duo was created “for couples who reside at the same home address” and it costs significantly less than having two Premium accounts (the price varies by country).
Premium Duo unlocks several “new perks”, according to Spotify, including a regularly updated playlist called Duo Mix, the ability to share your playlist library with each other and an interface for managing accounts, settings and home device setup.
Users who haven’t tried Premium before are also eligible for the first three months of Spotify Premium Duo for free.
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