Spotify is now expanding officially expanding to 13 more markets. Well, this includes the markets of the Middle East and North Africa. The company is launching the “Arab hub” collection of playlists to celebrate its newcomers. Also, the pricing of the services will be set according to the regions. Note that both the Premium and the free services are now available in these markets.
The full list of countries includes the UAE, Qatar, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Lebanon, Jordan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, and the Palestine territories.
The paid services will set you back at SAR19.99 ($5.33) in Saudi Arabia and AED19.99 ($5.44) in the Arab Emirates. In Egypt, the service will set you back at EGP49.99 ($2.80). In all other countries, the service will cost the equivalent of $4.99. The services are already available in Israel and regions including Lybia, Iraq, Syria, and Yemen will now receive legal access to more than 30 million tracks on demand.