Spotify

Spotify and Sprint may be about to announce a partnership wherein customers of both will be entitled to receive exclusive deals. According to re/code, the proposed partnership will offer a similar product to the AT&T/Beats Music partnership, offering a package deal to customers on Sprint's Framily Plan.

Some other Sprint customers may also be eligible for discounts on Spotify subscriptions, as well as free trials and the ability to pay using carrier billing. Carrier billing on Sprint for Spotify subscriptions is something that reared its head a while back, but given the context of what is being reported it would make sense here.

The deal is reportedly set to be announced on April 29 at an event in New York City.

Source: Re/code

 
There are 10 comments

Zig261 says:

Yet you still won't offer chromecast support?

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dudeman456 says:

Are you talking about Sprint TV?

If you are, Sprint doesn't control that.

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greatprican says:

Really of all carriers sprint how many customers have they lost

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wyldemf says:

I'm a actually Sprint customer, and this still isn't swaying me from switching to one of the many other services that offer Chromcast support. Just the principle of it.

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GadgetGator says:

Agreed. I want Chromecast support.

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blazer236ix says:

Lmao can you even stream spotify with sprint data speeds?

newboyx says:

Yes

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Yes, without any problems

**Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Hell no!**

cordawgfrito says:

You are ignorant

dudeman456 says:

Why does this even need an event?

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