Spotify on new plan use data?

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Spotify on new plan use data?

Hi,
I currently have the old 10 gb plan, now they offert 9 gb plan with Spotify.
I want to know is the Spotify music use data? Or it is include as unlimited music / dont use data?
Not clear

 

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Re: Spotify on new plan use data?

Hello @Patthe

Yes It does as its a online streaming service. Seeing as you are a paid member, u can save music in your account to listen to it offline if u do so. Other then that, Spotify and any music streaming app will use data.

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Re: Spotify on new plan use data?

Hello @Patthe

Yes It does as its a online streaming service. Seeing as you are a paid member, u can save music in your account to listen to it offline if u do so. Other then that, Spotify and any music streaming app will use data.

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Re: Spotify on new plan use data?

Hi  @Patthe

 

Listening to music via Spotify would use your data, so your best option is to connect your phone to wifi and stream that way. Here's the good news though! As @Meowmix mentioned, with the premium version of Spotify you can create playlists, download the songs while connected to wifi and then listen to the music offline.  Hope this helps!

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Re: Spotify on new plan use data?

One thing as well, IF you are going to stream.

There are QUALITY settings.

For listening on the PHONES.. may depend on the phone.. but generally i have not found any audible difference between the HIGH and LOWER quality. 
(i think its the difference between a 320kbps on high and 96kbps on low).

Lowering the quality, will lower the amount of usage it uses up.