If you always wanted to sign up for Spotify premium but are not willing to spend the money, well I have good news for you. In conjunction with the upcoming year-end festive season, Spotify is offering three months of its premium subscription service for only RM2, all in. To give some perspective, the normal monthly Spotify premium is RM14.90, that’s a savings of (14.90×3-2) RM42.70, but there are a few things you need to know.
At the tabling of the 2019 Malaysian budget (#Belanjawan2019) today Finance Minister, Lim Guan Eng announced that international online streaming and other online-based services like Netflix, Spotify and Steam among others, will be subjected to tax from January 1, 2020. This move is to level the playing field between local and international online-based service provider, according to the premier. The amount of tax that will be levied on these services and how it will be implemented is not revealed as yet but this will mean that the popular services will cost more come January 2020.
Ever wonder how it feels waking up to the songs you adore?
Well there is good news for Android users out there. Google has launched an update to the “Clock” app yesterday, which allows you to choose from any of the 35 million songs on Spotify as your alarm tone. This works for both free and premium Spotify users.
You live your life with no limits, so why let your postpaid plan dictate what you can do with your smartphone? For the hardcore streamer that enjoys non-stop music and video all day, U Mobile has got a plan just for you.
Your daily commute is going to get easier as Waze has added Spotify integration within its navigation app. So if you’re shuffling between your favourite tracks or playlist, you can do it all from the same Waze interface.
After introducing Video-Onz, U Mobile is now offering free data for music streaming with Music-Onz. This is an unlimited streaming offering and it is applicable for both prepaid and postpaid users.