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We can only download 9,999 songs to devices whereas other services such as Rdio manage to give their paying customers (for the same price) unlimited offline songs.
What is the reason for keeping this limit?
Is it just 'something we do' and won't be changing it purely for this reason?
There has to be a reason for it that benefits Spotify somehow, but I can't see what it is.
So that they can force their users with lots of songs (a good reason, may I add, for owning Spotify in the first place) to be connected to the internet to access them all?
I would extend this to a request for Spotify to remove the offline limit but I somehow feel that this isn't going to happen though so I'd love clarification for why not.
Thank you for any comments,