I have Spotify Premium and I live in Greece.
I pay 6.99€ / month
I have a friend who has Spotify Premium as well but lives in Germany.
They pay 9.99€ / month.
Why is that ?
Why do you charge people in different countries different prices for the same plan ?
I don't have access to the same music my friend who lives in Germany has even though we pay for the same plan (Premium).
For example, he has access to all Paul McCartney albums whereas I don't have access to a couple of them.
This is unacceptable. If I pay for a Premimum plan I expect to have access to all music available on Spotify that all other users on the same plan have access to, regardless of where I may be living on the planet.
And if this is not possible then the fact that you don't let your users know about this "small" detail is unethical
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