EMT offers joint package with Spotify

Tuesday 8 July 2014 | 13:54 CET | News
Estonian mobile operator EMT has started providing a new Spotify Premium tariff, with more than 20 million tracks. EMT customers can get Spotify Premium for free for up to a year when taken with EMT Internet on Phone or EMT Internet on Computer data plans. This offer is open to current Spotify Premium users as well by canceling the current order through Spotify and activating the Spotify account at EMT's self-service portal. Current users of the Premium plan and other customers, who prefer not to subscribe to the fixed-term plan, can subscribe to the service for EUR 6.99 per month, paid

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: EMT / Spotify
Countries: Estonia
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