Spotify announces family plans, allows up to five separate accounts

Spotify will soon allow up to five users under its family accounts, at $9.99 per month for the first, with an additional $5 per month for each account.

| Oct 21, 2014 at 2:38 am CDT

Spotify has announce that it will soon allow multiple accounts under a new family plan, something that will see existing Spotify accounts priced at $9.99, with additional members adding on $5 per user, versus $9.99 for a new subscription.

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This means that two users will cost $14.99, three at $19.99 up toi a total of $29.99 per month for five users. The streaming music outfit hasn't said how it will enforce the 'family' part of these plans, and whether it would force them under a single IP address, which would stop a group of friends sharing one single account, at $5 cheaper per month or not.

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