Spotify music service now in the Netherlands

The digital music service Spotify is now also active in the Netherlands since Tuesday. The company has an agreement with the collecting society Buma / Stemra making music now legal in the Netherlands with more than eight million songs to listen through their computer or mobile phone.

The Netherlands will be the seventh country that Spotify is available in and they’re very excited to bring you all a new way to listen to music.

For those of you who are hearing about Spotify for the first time and are curious for more information, have a look around there website where you can read all about us, check out our new social and local music files features and work out which of the products we offer is best for you.

As part of the Spotify launch in the Netherlands they’ve got a brand new track recorded by the duo Guus Meeuwis and Marco Borsato. The new track, Schouder aan Schouder, is the first time these close friends have worked together and is available exclusively on Spotify before it’s release.

People can listen to twenty hours a month free, but may be advertisements for granted. For 4.99 euros per month, via computer 24 hours a day listening to music without ads. For 5 euro extra you can also via mobile phone.

For those of you who have been dying to use Spotify in The Netherlands the wait is over.

Go and sign up now!

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