Subscriber Account active since. Gone are the days of carrying around bulky iPods that could only hold a limited amount of music. These days, streaming services like Spotify have made it easier than ever to have access to literally any and every song you can think of, wherever you are. With a library of over 50 million songs, there's something for everyone on Spotify , whether you love showtunes, rap, country, or classical — or any other genre, for that matter. While Spotify is free to use, those with free accounts have to listen to and view ads within the app, both on desktop and on mobile devices. If you'd like to listen ad-free, you can sign up for Spotify Premium for a small monthly subscription fee. All you'll need to provide is your name and student email, and occasionally proof that you're a student a college ID, for example. Here's how to sign up for Spotify Premium on your iPhone and computer, so you can listen uninterrupted.
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Go to Solution. View solution in original post. Unfortunately, it's not possible to subscribe through the iTunes Store to Spotify Premium anymore. The option has been removed from the app, I'm sorry. You just lost my business because of this change. I don't know what the reason was for taking this functionality out. Is it because you don't want people to have the freedom to subscribe or unsubscribe when they wish to? Either way, I'm sticking with Tidal. Welcome to the community! You can subscribe and unsubscribe whenever you want.