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Spotify is coming to Thailand!

Finally! No more VPN’ing. Spotify will officially launch in Thailand this month! According to Khaosos English News Spotify announced an event for Aug 22.

That’s all we know so far. No more details were given but it’s enough to get excited about finally being able to access your spotify playlists also from the Land Of Smiles.

 

Spotify will join the likes of Deezer, Joox, KKBox, Line Music & Apple Music in the quest for Thai based music lovers hearts but certainly has enough credibility and fame to it to steam roll right to the top of music streaming apps.

Sascha Funk

Founder / Editor at My-Thai.org
Sascha is the publisher of my-thai.org and switched from an online marketing agency life in Europe to a teaching and education life in Thailand. He also writes about Teaching & Technology.

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  • Palm Siradanai

    As I am the music lover, I think Spotify going to be one of my favorite music-streaming service. Actually, I’ve been using Apple Music for my music streaming service. It’s good but with the quality of the song which might not be the best for me. Then, I think I would change the service. Plus, Spotify has launched since Aug 22. So, I think I would try this music-streaming service once. Thank you for the article!

  • Diskul Skuldist

    After Spotify coming to Thailand, today is my last day of free week trial. I’ve been using Apple Music for a long time. Contrast to the apple music, Spotify has more various international music so if you are interesting in international song, Spotify is the app for you but the number of Asian music like Thai,Korean and Japanese songs still less than other music streaming like Apple Music(for Korean and Japanese songs)or Joox (Thai songs).
    However Spotify still has the best music quality for this price range but if you are the guy who really care with the music quality you can raise your budget and use Tidal instead.