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This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. The wikiHow Tech Team also followed the article's instructions and verified that they work. This article has been viewed , times. Learn more This wikiHow teaches you how to test Spotify Premium for free by using the free day trial, as well as how to cancel the Premium subscription to avoid being charged. While there is no way to use Spotify Premium for free without eventually paying for a membership, the free trial should give you enough time to determine whether or not you want to pay for Spotify. Keep in mind that in order to use the Spotify Premium free trial, you'll need a Spotify account which hasn't yet used the free Premium membership; additionally, you cannot sign up for Premium using the Spotify desktop program or the iPhone version of the Spotify app. Should you want to continue your free trial, you can always create a new Spotify account with a different email address. To learn how to get a free Premium trial on Android, read on! Did this summary help you?
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On Thursday, Spotify began offering two new deals that should tempt free users to give the paid version a shot. Users in all markets other than Japan have until June 30th, to take advantage of these offers. While Apple Music has become the music streamer to beat in the United States, Spotify is still the undisputed king internationally. Even amidst the uncertainty of the novel coronavirus pandemic, Spotify met or exceeded all of its most important metrics, and expects to see continued growth in the second quarter. The one major area of concern for Spotify is ad-supported revenue, as advertising took a gigantic hit when the global economy came to a screeching halt earlier this year. With ad-supported revenues failing to meet expectations, Spotify appears to be tempting as many free users into signing up for Premium subscriptions as possible, hoping that many of them opt to stay on board once their free trial period runs out later this summer or fall. Spotify introduced two new offers on Thursday to try to convince more people to sign up for Premium. New users can get three months of Spotify Premium for free if they sign up before June 30th.