The offer is also only being extended to Galaxy S10 owners in the US. But there is a fine print associated with the offer.
Soon after the global launch of the new Galaxy S10 series, Samsung has launched the new phones in India. If you now have a premium subscription, have had it in the past or previously used a free trial of the service, you won't be able to cash in on the six months free.
Over the past few Galaxy releases, Microsoft has found a cozy and highly successful smart phone line to peddle its smart phone ware such as a new launcher, pre loaded software and services and digital assistants, as an nearly native Microsoft experience on a smart phone.
With Spotify Premium, you'll enjoy an ad-free experience, as well as access to higher quality tunes.
United States customers who have not tried out Spotify Premium can redeem 6 months of the paid-tier service for free within the app on their eligible device. With YouTube Premium, you get ad-free videos, ability to download videos, background playback, YouTube Music access, plus YouTube Originals content.
In addition to teaming up with Spotify, Samsung has also partnered with YouTube to give Galaxy S10 buyers access to 4 free months of YouTube Premium. So, if you reside in Australia, France, Russia, South Korea, Spain, UK, Germany and other countries where YouTube Premium service is available, you're in luck.
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