During registration all users need to be on the same address as the owner of the premium plan. After that they need to visit the same physical location periodically in order for the plan to stay active.
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Going by the terms and conditions, you cannot have a family plan with members outside of your home. However, there are illicit ways of you getting around that. You have everyone that wants to be on the plan, join the website from your address using one central wifi hotspot. Once the verification is complete, everyone can go back to their own home. In addition, you can use a VPN to make it appear that everyone is at the same place.
What do you mean shame on him that's literally what Alex said all they really have to do is be at your house frequently or in his term periodically in order for the system to seem them as eligible. Basically your friend just needs to come to your house every so often like they usually normally do.
Well, why can’t Spotify offer something like what visible wireless does for family plans with their party pay concept? What do Spotify have to lose? It would bring more paying customers if they allow coworkers, friends or even strangers to form a unit for a family plan. Without that people would resort to shortcuts like this.