Changing country

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Changing country

Lejink
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Free/Premium

Country

 Spain

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Operating System

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My Question or Issue

 I moved to Spain from the UK six weeks ago. I took my Spotify Free account with me. I have an Amazon Echo Dot and wish to run my Spotify through it. However I understand this has to be Premium so I signed up today but the Echo won’t play Spotify as I hadn’t updated my address on Spotify from UK to Spain. Reading from the Spotify website I’ve cancelled my Premium account (only set up today, of course) so that I can edit my profile to show Spain as my home country. However it seems to say I have to wait until August 20th before the account reverts to Free and in can update my profile. This is a long time to wait. Have I done something wrong and how can I go about correcting it now. Thanks in advance.

 

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Re: Changing country

Rock Star 15
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Hey @Lejink, welcome to the Community.

 

Hope you are having a great day!

Please refer to this FAQ about chaning your country.

If you still need help, just ping me ;)

 

Have a nice day :)

LoxerRock Star 15
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Re: Changing country

Lejink
Casual Listener
Hi there,

Thanks for your reply. I've followed the link but because I live in Spain,
it appears in the Spanish language, with which I'm not familiar. Is there
an English translation of translator i can app!y to the page so that I can
understand it?
Thanks again,

Jim
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Re: Changing country

Rock Star 15
Rock Star 15

Hey @Lejink,

 

Here you have the link again:

https://support.spotify.com/article/How-can-I-change-my-country-setting/

 

If you get it in Spanish again, please try to remove the country code, maybe use us for english. If it won't work Google Translate will help you :)

 

Have a nice day :)

LoxerRock Star 15
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