Spotify offers new, cheap premium plan for Singapore students

Spotify offers new, cheap premium plan for Singapore students

Spotify has made it easier for students to access the streaming service.

With their existing premium plan, costing $9.99 for regular users every month, Spotify is now offering Spotify Premium for Students. This will allow students a discounted rate of $4.99/month.

This will allow students unlimited high-quality streaming, with no ads, offline streaming and, possibly in the future, early access to selected new titles.

"We are really excited to launch Spotify Premium for Students all over the world today - now the biggest and best student offer of its kind in the marketplace," says Alex Norstrom, Spotify’s Chief Premium Business Officer. "Students are among the most passionate and engaged music fans, and we're proud to be able to give millions of students the opportunity to soundtrack their lives with Spotify Premium for half price."

As for the students who are eligible for this offer, you'll have to be studying in any of these institutions to apply:

Institute of Technical Education (ITE)
LASALLE College of the Arts
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA)
Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP)
Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
National University of Singapore (NUS)
Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP)
Republic Polytechnic (RP)
SIM University (UniSIM)
Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT)
Singapore Management University (SMU)
Singapore Polytechnic (SP)
Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)
Temasek Polytechnic (TP)

You can apply for your student premium plan here.

UPDATE: Spotify has clarified with Bandwagon that if your school is not listed for their premium plan, you may send in a request

If you would like your college/university to be considered for Spotify Student Premium, please submit your request using the Spotify School Request form. Providing us with your email address will ensure that you are among the first to know should your school be added. All schools added at the discretion of Spotify."

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