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Spotify India - Approx £12.69 for 12 Months Membership
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Spotify India - Approx £12.69 for 12 Months Membership

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Posted 26th Feb

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Hi,

i just saw pricing for spotify india on r/india reddit and their annual membership is approx 12.69 per year.

the VPN route might help many here

Enjoy
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grove3926/02/2019 20:02

Just goes to show how much we are being ripped off if one country can pay …Just goes to show how much we are being ripped off if one country can pay a lot less than another.


Average wages are always substantially lower in countries that pay less than us. On balance, it is usually even compared to earnings in each country
lukeo4426/02/2019 20:06

Average wages are always substantially lower in countries that pay less …Average wages are always substantially lower in countries that pay less than us. On balance, it is usually even compared to earnings in each country


Thank you for posting a reasonable reply to that nonsense.
Edited by: "umirza85" 26th Feb
Just goes to show how much we are being ripped off if one country can pay a lot less than another.
Works for me I live in Smethwick we are twinned with Amritsar in the Punjab
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Yep, I can confirm this - just tried it. VPN Unlimited and Indian server. Price comes in at £12.62 (1189 Rupees) for a one year premium sub.

Expect this thread to go nuclear
Edited by: "HankHandsome" 26th Feb
Don't Spotify do somthing of you use it for extended periods outside of your registered country?
edwardlau883 m ago

Don't Spotify do somthing of you use it for extended periods outside of …Don't Spotify do somthing of you use it for extended periods outside of your registered country?


As far as I'm aware, if you're on a premium sub it doesn't matter. The rule on their site is that you can use it abroad outside of your registered country up to 14 days..

"You can use Spotify in a country different than the one registered on your account for up to 14 days. After that, you need to upgrade to Premium or change the country registered on your account."

support.spotify.com/is/…fy/
edwardlau885 m ago

Don't Spotify do somthing of you use it for extended periods outside of …Don't Spotify do somthing of you use it for extended periods outside of your registered country?


They block you from accessing the account unless your in the country of origin or use a VPN. A message pops up saying you can only use this account for 2 weeks outside the country of origin. At least it did for me.
Edited by: "Hunkerdown" 26th Feb
Is this family one year subscription or personal ?
I can confirm it's two weeks for free but premium is fine. I let my sub finish in Mexico recently as I got the 12 months free on Vodafone and the 14 day message popped up right after the Mexican sub had finished
BILL5171 m ago

Is this family one year subscription or personal ?


Looks like it's personal.
Won't let me do it....
i can only see 3 payment options, UPI, PAYTM and credit card which actually asks you for your pin code! Has anyone actually purchased this, if so what do you put in for the pin bit?
Just goes to show how much we are being ripped off if one country can pay a lot less than another.
HankHandsome17 m ago

Yep, I can confirm this - just tried it. VPN Unlimited and Indian …Yep, I can confirm this - just tried it. VPN Unlimited and Indian server. Price comes in at £12.62 (1189 Rupees) for a one year premium sub.Expect this thread to go nuclear


Can you use fee free card directly to pay for it? Or have to pay through PayPal?
Content wise will it be Indian or UK?
grove3926/02/2019 20:02

Just goes to show how much we are being ripped off if one country can pay …Just goes to show how much we are being ripped off if one country can pay a lot less than another.


Average wages are always substantially lower in countries that pay less than us. On balance, it is usually even compared to earnings in each country
Is it better to use a card like revolut to avoid the exchange rates?
Does the sign up email have to be a Gmail or can I use virgin media one?
lukeo4426/02/2019 20:06

Average wages are always substantially lower in countries that pay less …Average wages are always substantially lower in countries that pay less than us. On balance, it is usually even compared to earnings in each country


Thank you for posting a reasonable reply to that nonsense.
Edited by: "umirza85" 26th Feb
edwardlau8818 m ago

Content wise will it be Indian or UK?


Will be UK without using the vpn
Do you just click the Get Deal link?
Darzen26/02/2019 20:24

Cold, cheaper …Cold, cheaper elsewhere.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/spotify-premium-family-philippines-6-users-only-282-047-pppm-3138662



are you sure?
umirza8526/02/2019 20:18

Thank you for posting a reasonable reply to that nonsense.


Not nonsense at all. if a country can be charged based on the national wage then why do Spotify not give special rates for the unemployed or old people on a pension ?

Are people in Monaco paying 10 times what the UK pays ?
How are people paying as credit card payment screen asks for your pin?
MrSavvy2 m ago

Do you just click the Get Deal link?



wish it was that simple, no you will have to use a VPN and pay via a credit card or like someone suggested changing location setting from website.
humadoon1 m ago

are you sure?


My bad

I thought it was a bit cheap.
I just signed up using Gmail account, went to premium........ Said you're not eligible for that deal?
Keeps saying to me postcode not correct when tho I made new account and email for it? Default to the UK on account just made even tho using a vpn (India)
1979crazy26/02/2019 20:26

How are people paying as credit card payment screen asks for your pin?



Looks like pin code is Indian version of post code, won’t accept my UK post code - any ideas?
Sure you can pay with Reward credit!
Edited by: "littel.helper" 26th Feb
1979crazy26/02/2019 20:30

Looks like pin code is Indian version of post code, won’t accept my UK p …Looks like pin code is Indian version of post code, won’t accept my UK post code - any ideas?


Use some random Indian code, Google.
Is it OK to use a co.uk email address?
Getting a postal code error, which is strange as I didn't even input a post code when I registered.
SantoshKaushik26/02/2019 20:32

Use some random Indian code, Google.


No joy, get error message saying payment method and country don’t match. Oh well, never mind.
SantoshKaushik4 m ago

Use some random Indian code, Google.


Like 500 037 - Belongs to Hyderabad.
1979crazy1 m ago

No joy, get error message saying payment method and country don’t match. O …No joy, get error message saying payment method and country don’t match. Oh well, never mind.


May be they are looking for an India issue card, but can't be sure.
I cancelled my Spotify premium with Students.

What is the PIN code?
emon131 m ago

I cancelled my Spotify premium with Students.What is the PIN code?


Pin is a postcode. I tried with a New Delhi one but got the "Your payment method and country don't match. To continue, change your account's location or use a different payment method." Message.
1979crazy6 m ago

No joy, get error message saying payment method and country don’t match. O …No joy, get error message saying payment method and country don’t match. Oh well, never mind.


Same here
Has anyone actually got this deal using a UK credit card and a VPN in India?
spoon_20001 m ago

Has anyone actually got this deal using a UK credit card and a VPN in …Has anyone actually got this deal using a UK credit card and a VPN in India?


I doubt it
So just to be clear, has anyone actually got this through the payment screen correctly? Surely this deal should be removed if not?
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