AT&T’s Unlimited and More Premium plan costs $80 a month for one line. That might be a little too much for some but there is one perk that awaits the subscribers of the plan.
Aside from the freebies that come with the plan, AT&T now offers Spotify Premium with no additional cost to its Unlimited and More Premium subscribers.
But if you are not on the plan, worry not because you can still sign up for Spotify Premium for a six-month free trial. After that, customers will then have to purchase it for $9.99 per month.
Spotify Premium for AT&T’s Unlimited and More Premium Plan
It is no secret that Spotify has easily become one of the most popular music-streaming service right now. Currently, it has over 100 million Premium subscribers.
Mind you, that number is still growing. In the last three months, it has garnered additional 8 million paying subscribers. On the the other hand, AT&T has over 77 million subscribers. The team up between the two is definitely another booster for Spotify.
In a press release, AT&T said that this announcement is just the “beginning of the on-going collaboration” between the carrier and the popular music-streaming service.
The partnership is similar to the collaboration of Verizon and Apple Music. Just last summer, Verizon bundled Apple Music for a six-month free trial in its unlimited plans. It definitely went well since Verizon now includes Apple Music in its top-tier unlimited plans.
How to sign up for Spotify Premium for Unlimited and More Premium plans?
If you are subscribed to AT&T’s Unlimited and More Premium plan and want to avail of the free Spotify Premium, here is what you need to do. But first, you will be needing any of the following: computer, smartphone or tablet.
Head over to you myAT&T and sign in to your account. Tap on My Benefits & Rewards, then users will have to follow the on-screen instructions to redeem the promotion and link it to the existing or a new Spotify account.
Once the subscriber has signed up, they will receive a comped Premium membership. This will run from the day they have signed up until they end of their AT&T contract.
Again, if you are subscribed to another AT&T plan, you can get a six-month Spotify Premium free trial. Then, customers will have to pay $9.99 per month after the free trial. Finally, if you don’t see a free Spotify Premium option, it is because your account is not eligible for the promotion.