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Spotify launches in four new markets, now streams to 32 markets total

Spotify launches in Taiwan, Argentina, Greece and Turkey to total 32 markets worldwide

| Software News | Posted: Sep 24, 2013 10:29 am

Spotify has just expanded into four new markets - Taiwan, Argentina, Turkey and Greece, which sees the music streaming service blasting out tunes to 32 markets across the world.

 

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A Spotify spokesperson confirmed to The Next Web that the site has gone live in Taiwan, and that it should be hitting the other three countries in the coming hours. As usual, it's free to use as an ad-based service. But, if you want to get some premium Spotify happening, it will set you back TW$150, or around US$5 per month.

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