World most popular paid music streaming service ‘Spotify’ on Tuesday officially made it’s way to middle East and North Africa as they launched it service.
According to the company, services would now be available in 13 Arab markets, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Morocco but not Libya, Iraq, Syria, or Yemen.
Although spotify has been in the Middle East and North Africa for many years, but that was unofficially as accounts are usually registered in other markets such as Europe.
The price for Spotify premium service per month included;
SAR 19.99 (roughly N2,000) in Saudi Arabia
AED 19.99 (roughly N2,000) in the UAE
49.99 Egyptian pounds (roughly N1,000) in Egypt, $4.99 (roughly N1800) elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa. Its free service is also available in the region.
Additionally, Spotify launched its ‘Arab hub’ collection of playlists of Arab music on Wednesday.