Spotify, the world's most popular music listening platform, launched its services in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to include 13 new markets: UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon , Palestine and Egypt, bringing the number of markets in which the Swedish company is 78 markets.
The number of subscribers to Spotify has reached 87 million worldwide, of which 191 million are active monthly, listening to more than 40 million musical tracks.
The services of the company in the Middle East and North Africa region will support the entire Arabic language, with the ability to listen to local and international music, to learn about the most powerful Arabic events and & # 39 ; r most heard songs every day.
The company offers free use of services with premium packages that allow listening to music without music and the internet is unlimited, for a monthly subscription of around 19.99 dirhams (5.44 dollars) in the United Arab Emirates, 19.99 marriages (5.33 dollars) in Saudi Arabia, 49.99 (US $ 2.8) in Egypt, with a subscription value of US $ 4.99 for the rest of the region.
"I'm very excited that our services will be launched in the region in the Middle East and North Africa with a full Arabic service," said Cecilia Kvist, Head of Global Markets, Spotify. "The service will include a variety of local action menus to accompany the mood. All with a full library of millions of songs.
The launch of the Spotify Arabic Center as a home for Arabic music is part of the company's global cultural enterprises and has recently introduced its Latin and African music services.