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Spotify provide low cost Premium offer for Egyptian students
Published in Daily News Egypt on 23 - 10 - 2021

Spotify Premium for Students launches in 20 new countries around the world including Egypt, UAE, KSA, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Lebanon, Jordan and Morocco. Spotify Premium for Students allows all eligible university students to enjoy Spotify Premium – and all of the many benefits that come with being a Premium subscriber for – EGP 24.99, a discounted price of a Premium subscription.
The launch of Spotify Premium for Students offers eligible university students an unparalleled experience with access to more than 70 million tracks including: ad-free music listening, music offline downloads, on-demand listening to any song, album or artist, and quality streaming.
The offer is open to eligible university students, and is available immediately from Wednesday. Before subscribing to the plan, students must authenticate their student status and then visit spotify.com/eg-en/student/ where they can sign up for the offer and start enjoying all of the world's audio wherever and whenever they want to listen.
Growth Lead, Spotify Middle East and Africa, Marwen Ben Messaoud, said that "We are excited to be bringing our student plan to the region, since experiencing a great response from students globally. We always want to create a meaningful relationship with new potential users, many of whom are younger. With Spotify Premium Student we are providing them with a plan that gives them access to our extensive music catalogue and everything users enjoy about Spotify Premium at a value they will love."
For students who have not tried Premium before they can also get the first month free.


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