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Spotify might be coming to Pakistan soon

Spotify might be coming to Pakistan soon!

The Swedish-based audio streaming and media services provider happens to have created a verified Instagram account for Pakistan on November 15, Sunday.

However, there is no offical statement or any updates or descriptions from the company about launching its service in Pakistan.

But the account, which has yet share a debut post, has garnered more than 12,000 followers on the photo-sharing platform.

Spotify is the largest music streaming platform in the world at the moment. It has over 144 million subscribers worldwide being currently available in 92 markets.

With Spotify Pakistan launch, Pakistani users will be able to enjoy a music that includes 60 million tracks, 4 billion playlists, and as well as localised music personalisation features.

NewsDesk

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