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Once again, details of Spotify’s costly “Supremium” plan are exposed

Phones Canada Team Exclusive: Spotify’s Supremium Plan Details Revealed

It has been nearly a year since Spotify first announced its plans to launch a “super” Premium plan, yet there has been no sign of its arrival. However, we have recently obtained new information that sheds light on what to expect from the highly anticipated Supremium plan.

Firstly, the most expensive tier will now be known as “Supremium,” as previously mentioned. In addition, Supremium subscribers will gain access to a unique feature called “Your Sound Capsule.” This feature allows users to create a playlist within a “time capsule” that they can open and listen to after a year or more. It adds a touch of nostalgia and anticipation to the music streaming experience.

Furthermore, the Supremium plan will include an advanced playlist mixing tool. This tool offers options for selecting playlists based on BPM, vibe, mood, activity, genre, and more. Users will have ultimate control over their music selection, allowing for a personalized listening experience.

Of course, AI-related features are a given. Spotify has integrated AI playlist generation tools into the Supremium plan, enabling users to discover new music effortlessly.

In addition to these exciting features, Supremium subscribers will have exclusive access to a vast library of audiobooks. While Premium users are limited to 15 hours of audiobook listening per month, Supremium subscribers will enjoy an extended listening limit of 20-30 hours per month. This is a significant improvement for avid audiobook enthusiasts.

The main selling point of the Supremium plan is its support for 24-bit lossless audio, offering exceptional sound quality for an immersive listening experience. Additionally, the plan will include Last.fm-style listening stats, providing users with insightful data on their music preferences and habits.

However, it is important to note that the Supremium plan comes at a higher price point. Subscribers will be charged $19.99 per month compared to the existing Premium plan, which costs $11 per month. This premium price reflects the enhanced features and benefits offered by the Supremium tier.

Stay tuned for further updates on the launch of Spotify’s Supremium plan. As always, Phones Canada Team will keep you informed and provide exclusive insights into the latest music streaming developments.

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