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Only $2.99/month after. Cancel anytime.

Free for 1 month, then $2.99 per month after. Offer only available if you haven't tried Premium before. Terms apply.

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What you'll get
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Ad-free music listening
not included
Download to listen offline
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Play songs in any order
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High audio quality
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Listen with friends in real time
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Organize listening queue
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Affordable plans for any situation

Choose a Premium plan and listen to ad-free music without limits on your phone, speaker, and other devices. Pay in various ways. Cancel anytime.

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Premium Individual

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FOR 1 MONTH

  • 1 Premium account

  • Cancel anytime

Free for 1 month, then $2.99 per month after. Offer only available if you haven't tried Premium before. Terms apply.

Questions?

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  • How does the Spotify Premium trial work?

    If you've never had Premium before, you may be eligible for a free (or reduced rate) trial.

    For trials, you'll still need to enter a valid payment method to sign up. We'll use this to confirm your country or region and take payments if you want to keep Premium after the offer ends.

    We'll send you a reminder 7 days before your trial ends. Country restrictions and Terms apply.

  • How do I cancel my Premium plan?

    You can easily cancel your Premium plan any time online on your account page. Your Premium stays until your next billing date, then your account switches over to our free plan.

    You'll keep all your playlists, saved music, and be able to listen with ads when your account is free.

  • How much is Spotify Premium in Republic of the Congo?

    In Republic of the Congo, the Spotify Premium Individual plan costs $2.99 per month. If you've never had a Premium plan before, you may be eligible for a free (or reduced rate) trial. Country restrictions and terms apply.