Spotify, the world’s leading music streaming subscription service, was launched today in Vietnam, offering a revolutionary and unrivalled music experience tuned to Vietnamese people’s taste.
|Spotify, world's largest music streaming subscription, has come to Vietnam |
With a worldwide community of over 159 million music fans, Spotify offers both a free ad-supported service and an upgraded ad-free subscription service. Users can listen to music for free or alternatively upgrade to Spotify Premium for only VND59,000 ($2.6) per month.
With a catalogue of over 35 million songs all available to both free users and subscribers, Spotify comes to Vietnam offering the very best in both local and international music.
“We are incredibly excited to launch Spotify in Vietnam with a revolutionary new music experience,” said Sunita Kaur, managing director of Spotify Asia.
“Thanks to our huge music catalogue of over 35 million songs, truly personalised recommendations, and the best playlists curated by music experts and fans, Spotify makes discovering the music you love easier than ever,” she added.
With the launch of Spotify Vietnam, Vietnamese users have instant access to a wide range of local playlists expertly curated and regularly updated by Spotify’s team of Vietnamese music experts, alongside millions of Spotify and fan-built international playlists.
In addition, Spotify has personalised discovery features including Daily Mix, Release Radar, and Discover Weekly, so Vietnamese users can explore different songs from their favourite genre.
Vietnamese users can download the app via the Android or iOS app store. Following the launch in Vietnam, Spotify will be available in 65 markets around the world.
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