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(iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy 9, Macbook Pro late 2016)

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My Question or Issue:- I play my premium account on a Bluetooth speaker at work but I think my children at home  interrupt by asking my amazon echo to play tunes . Can I not play different tunes on different devices on one account or do I need to upgrade my account.

 

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Hey, @jonnydiver 
Welcome to Spotify Community and thanks for reaching out here!

The best to do is create a new account and link your Echo to it, so your children will be able to play their tunes while you listen to your songs at work. Unfortunately, you cannot play different songs simultaneously regardless of the connected devices...

 

Related support article:

 

If you have any other further questions or need more help, let me know! I'd love to help!

Best Regards,
hezorg

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If you have a premium account, you can always download the music and turn on offline mode for Spotify and that shouldn't allow other devices connected to your account to change what you are listening to.

Can I upgrade to family plan then designate a profile to my Amazon echo.
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Hey again, @jonnydiver 

Sure. It can be done and it will be good because you can set up a specific account that will be used by your children at home while you can use your own account at work. You can get more information about the Premium for Family here:

If you have any other further questions or need more help, let me know! I'd love to help!

Best Regards,
hezorg

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