paying to listen to music i already have

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paying to listen to music i already have

space_ghost
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I don't understand why I have to pay money to listen to a playlist that's already there or to listen to an album if its free on my computer. If all I can access is the radio then im going to unsubscribe from spotify and stick with pandora.
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Re: paying to listen to music i already have

MattSuda
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Spotify is a way to listen to music without buying any downloads. It's a streaming service that saves you money and you don't have to buy every song you want to listen to. You have access to millions of songs. That would cost millions of dollars to buy every song. If you already have the MP3 files of your favorite songs and you don't want to listen to anything else or discover new music, then maybe Spotify is not for you.

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Re: paying to listen to music i already have

spaz926
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Spotify has to pay roalties to these artists and record labels. They can't just allow you to listen to music on your computer (that's what your media player is for) that they don't know for sure isn't stolen.

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MattSuda
Rock Star 24
Rock Star 24

Spotify is a way to listen to music without buying any downloads. It's a streaming service that saves you money and you don't have to buy every song you want to listen to. You have access to millions of songs. That would cost millions of dollars to buy every song. If you already have the MP3 files of your favorite songs and you don't want to listen to anything else or discover new music, then maybe Spotify is not for you.

MattSudaRock Star 24
Help others find this answer and click "Accept as Solution".
If you appreciate my answer, maybe give me a Like.
Note: I'm not a Spotify employee.

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