Here's how Sprint can save you money on Spotify

Sprint today as part of its announcement of the exclusive Harman/Kardon edition of the HTC One M8 also announced a new deal for Spotify subscriptions. And it's extended to iPhone owners as well.

All new and existing postpaid (ie not pre-paid) Sprint customers will get six free months of Spotify Premium, if you're on a "Framily" plan. In addition on working with iPhone users, those on Android and Windows Phone can also take advantage of this deal.

And after the initial six months, you'll get a discount on your Spotify subscription, which varies depending on your level of Framliness.

Here's the deal.

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Framily (1-5 people)6 months free and then $7.99/mo.
After 18 months, customers will pay full $9.99/mo.
Framily (6-10 people)6 months free and then $4.99/mo.
After 18 months, customers will pay full $9.99/mo.
Non-Framily customers3 months free and then $9.99/mo. (must opt-out)

And that's it. The whole thing starts this Friday, May 2.

Phil Nickinson

Phil is the father of two beautiful girls and is the Dad behind Modern Dad. Before that he spent seven years at the helm of Android Central. Before that he spent a decade in a newsroom of a two-time Pulitzer Prize-finalist newspaper. Before that — well, we don't talk much about those days.

  • This would be nice if they had a reliable network for streaming music. I'm on Sprint, and when I stream from Google music, it constantly won't load songs if I'm not on WiFi. Even in areas where it says I have 4G LTE. Recently, I had to get an iPhone for my work phone, and it's on AT&T. I never have issues streaming music on that phone. Sprint needs to build a reliable network before they offer services that probably won't work on their network half the time.
  • They do have a reliable network for streaming music. Do it all the time. No issues. You are either lying or a troll.
  • I've had Sprint for over 10 years, and still waiting for it to catch up to the other providers. Maybe you're in an area with better LTE than I am? Do you really think their network performs the same all over the country? If so, you're either lying, or retarded.
  • As a Spotify subscriber and also on a Framily 10-person group: Sweet!