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Spotify to test more expensive version in Nordic markets - report

Thursday 15 August 2019 | 20:41 CET | News
Spotify plans to raise the price of its family plan by about 13 percent in Scandinavia, writes Bloomberg citing people familiar with the matter. The action is a test whose aim is to see whether it can increase prices around the world. However, the move doesn't mean Spotify will raise prices elsewhere or do so permanently in Scandinavia, the people said. The company declined to comment.

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Companies: Spotify
Countries: Scandinavia / World
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