Spotify in Ghana: Check out their new offers, prices and plans

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Spotify has entered Ghana and other African countries and that will allow music-loving fans to patronize its unique digital streaming platform.

You know, these streaming platforms do come at a cost but clearly, you will be looking forward to having a better alternative…an alternative that is not hard on your pocket.

Spotify earlier announced that it will be expanding into over 80 new markets in more than 36 new languages – including key territories across Africa such as Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, and Zimbabwe.

Together, these 80 markets house more than a billion people with nearly half of them already using the internet, says Spotify.

The vast expansion over the coming days means that Spotify will be active in more than 173 markets.

So far, the prices and plans have been rolled out with discounts available for students at an accredited higher education institution.

Other users can register with their local mobile phone numbers or email to join the platform. Non-subscribers have the chance to listen to songs at random with ads inclusive.

Individual

GH₵ 17.00/month after offer period

1 account

Listen to music ad-free
Play anywhere – even offline
On-demand playback

Duo

GH₵ 22.00/month after offer period

Two accounts

Two Premium accounts for a couple under one roof
Duo Mix: a playlist for two, regularly updated with music you both enjoy
Ad-free music listening, play offline, on-demand playback

Family

GH₵ 27.00/month after offer period

Up to six accounts

Six Premium accounts for family members living under one roof
Family Mix: a playlist for your family, regularly updated with music you all enjoy
Block explicit music
Ad-free music listening, play offline, on-demand playback

Student

GH₵ 8.50/month after offer period

1 account

Special discount for eligible students in university
Listen to music ad-free
Play anywhere – even offline
On-demand playback

 

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Albert Hydehttps://ghbase.com/
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