New Spotify members will now get a free Chromecast. How? The digital music service is offering a deal in which those who sign up for three months of the Spotify Premium offering for $30 USD get a free Chromecast as a special gift. The deal is even made sweeter by having the new version of Chromecast –Cromecast Audio as giveaways.
Clearly, it is not a case of trying to read of old stock strategy, reports Tech Crunch. There is a catch though, not all are eligible for the said deal. The deal is only applicable for first time or new subscribers. A week after the new subscriber signs up for the deal, the music service will send the user a voucher for a Chromecast that can be used on the Google Store.
Spotify adds that “With Chromecast, listening at home is easy. Simply plug it into your TV, connect it to WiFi and cast music directly from your phone or tablet.” According to the music service, it works on Android, iOS and laptops too. One can just play, skip, browse, and search using the Spotify app. Users can also feel free to make calls, watch a video or play games while the music is still playing.
Meanwhile, according to BGR, the deal is sort of a celebration for the music streaming service’s support for Google. It could be recalled that in the late 2015s, the said support was announced. There are also speculations that the deal might have come because of the recent controversy over the “Tidal-exclusive release of Kanye West’s newest album.”
But it might all be just coincidence, whatever the reason is the deal is only going to be offered only this Feb. 17 until Feb. 28 or until stocks lasts. So better hurry if you would like to take advantage of this great opportunity to have your own Chromecast at the same time subscribing to one of the best music streamers.
Currently Spotify is a digital music streaming service that has nearly 30 million paying subscribers. It is considerably topping amongst its competitors like Apple Music which has just passed its 10 million subscriber mark and Tidal which has yet released the updated count of its subscribers since it reached 1 million paying users October of last year.