The world's most popular music platform, Spotify, is officially opened in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to 13 new markets: UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon, Palestine and Egypt, It has increased the number of markets for 78 markets.
The number of Spotify subscribers has reached 87 million worldwide, of which 191 million are active monthly and over 40 million tracks.
The company's activities in the Middle East and North Africa region supports the entire Arabic language, can listen to local and international music, listening to the most powerful Arab events and daily songs.
The company offers its services free of charge with premium packages that allow you to listen to music on the music and without the Internet, pay 19.99 Dirhams (5.44 USD) in Saudi Arabia, unlimited access to Saudi Arabia for 19,99 Riy (5,33 US dollars), 49,99 month subscription to use. (US $ 2.8), the subscription cost for the remaining zone is US $ 4.99.
"I'm glad that our services will be fully implemented in the Middle East and North Africa," said Cecilia Quist, CEO of Globalization Markets, Spotify. "The service includes local operating menus that fit your mood. Each has a full library of millions of songs.
Spotify's use of Arabian hub as an Arabian music house is part of the company's global cultural initiatives and has recently introduced Latin and African music.