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You can now buy Spotify Premium and Mini Plans on PayMaya

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PayMaya partnered with Spotify, the world’s largest audio streaming platform. Through the partnership, users can now buy Premium and Premium Mini weekly and daily subscription plans directly from the PayMaya mobile app. 

With Spotify’s recent launch of Premium Mini in the Philippines, listeners can now get a subset of their favorite Premium features, such as full on-demand and ad-free listening, for as low as Php 7 per day and Php 26 per week.

Paymaya Spotify Premium

PayMaya users can now use their e-wallet to purchase Spotify Premium Mini, and as a special launch offer, PayMaya users, who are new to Spotify Premium, will also get a 7-day free trial of Spotify Premium.    

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PayMaya is the first e-wallet in the Philippines that gives users the ability to pay for Spotify’s Premium plans, which also includes Mini daily and weekly plans, directly through a wallet app and will be accessible via the “Play” button in PayMaya. Users can now easily pay for Spotify plans using the PayMaya e-wallet as a preferred payment option.

How to buy Spotify Premium Plans using Paymaya

To enjoy Spotify Premium on PayMaya, all you have to do is follow these simple steps:    

  1. Make sure that your PayMaya app is updated to the latest version, then tap the “Play” button on the PayMaya mobile app homepage.   
  2. On the ‘Music’ tab, choose Spotify and the desired Premium Plan. Choose between the monthly, weekly, or daily subscription.  
  3. Download and sign in to Spotify.   
  4. Complete the purchase using your PayMaya wallet, and you’re in.
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