For quite a while now, Spotify has been testing a new cheaper subscription plan named Spotify Plus. Now, few users have started to spot the subscription plan, priced at $1 monthly, which is a tenth of the $10 monthly price for its standard Premium subscription.
The Verge went out of its way to talk to a member of the Spotify team. They have confirmed that the company is indeed testing a new ad-supported subscription plan without revealing any more specific details.
It is suspected that the Plus subscription will be mostly a Free version with fewer restrictions. The Free version lets the users listen to any album, but it is on shuffle and with a limited number of skips (6 tracks per hour). Even if you make a playlist, the music plays on shuffle mode only. Meanwhile, some playlists are auto-generated or curated by Spotify.
The Spotify Plus still comes with ad support but with unlimited skips and any on-demand songs. But with the Plus version still in the testing phase, only a few users at random have been offered this subscription, with the offer at different price tags.
Furthermore, it should also be noted that Spotify Plus might never be launched. So, unless you are the lucky random user offered the Plus subscription we just have to wait and see what Spotify does next.
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