The Samsung Galaxy S10 series of phones are now available for purchase and some users may be eligible for 6-months of Spotify Premium. It looks like the offer will apply to new Spotify customers who purchase a Samsung Galaxy S10 phone or already have a “select” Galaxy device. Spotify also announced that starting today, new Samsung devices will come pre-installed with Spotify.
Both Samsung and Spotify have worked on integrating the service with Samsung’s Bixby services. So this means you’ll be able to get Spotify content and recommendations on the Bixby home screen. The new Samsung Galaxy S10 series of phones were announced last month at Unpacked and look to be some of Samsung’s best phones yet.
“We were very excited to be named Samsung’s go-to music streaming service several months ago and today’s news will only ensure a more seamless Spotify listening experience across devices for listeners around the world,” said Sten Garmark, VP of Consumer Products, Spotify. “This partnership makes it easy for Samsung mobile users to access their favorite music and podcasts on Spotify, wherever they are and however they choose to listen.”
“Our goal is to deliver the best possible mobile experience to our consumers, and Spotify is the ideal music partner to help us make that vision a reality,” said Patricio Paucar, VP of Marketing, Samsung Electronics America. “Whether they’re listening to the latest hit albums or checking out their favorite playlist, we’re giving eligible Galaxy S10 users access to an amazing six month Spotify Premium offer.”
Not only are the Samsung Galaxy S10 phones available for purchase but you can also purchase the new Galaxy Watch Active as well as the Galaxy Buds today as well. You can pick up any of these Samsung devices at Amazon, Best Buy, Samsung’s website, and carrier stores everywhere here in the U.S. The S10 family is also available in Canada, although the Galaxy Buds pre-order bonus has been delayed.
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