- How do I download songs?
You can download 30 songs to one mobile device, then play your Downloaded Songs playlist without WiFi or service.
- What happens to my songs when my plan ends?
If you don’t top up Mini before your plan ends, you’ll switch to our free plan. You’ll keep your library and playlists, but your downloaded songs are removed. If you come back to Mini after being on on our free plan, you can redownload your last Downloaded Songs playlist.
- What happens when I reach the download limit? Can I buy more?
Once you download 30 songs, you’ll need to remove some if you’d like to download more. If you want more than 30 songs, try one of our other Premium plans and get 10,000 songs per device, on up to 5 devices per account.
- Do I get 30 more downloads each time I buy Mini?
No, you can only have 30 songs downloaded to your device at any time. If you’d like more songs, check out Premium Individual, which comes with 10,000 song downloads per device, on up to 5 devices per account.
- How much data/storage is used when I stream/download music?
By default, streaming for one hour uses about 10 MB of data. Downloading one 3 minute song will use about 0.5 MB of space on your device. To save data, stream over WiFi, and make sure your streaming settings are: Low for streaming, Normal for downloading.
- How do I top up?
You can add more Premium to your account anytime. If you’re still on Premium when you top up, then the new days will start when your existing days end. You can load your account with up to 3 months of Premium if you buy Mini.
Note that any time you return to our free plan, your downloads will be removed, and you’ll need to redownload them when you go back on Premium.
- What devices does Mini work on?
You can access your Spotify account from many devices, but Mini works only on a mobile phone or small tablet (<7 inches). You will still be able to access the free experience on any other non-mobile device while on an active Premium Mini plan.