Now, a similar deal has made its way out of the partnership. It's a great deal and will save you a few bucks, and is a must for music and TV lovers.
Rumour suggests that we'll see the new offering on April 24. So let's dive in to see some more details on the matter. If your service ended anytime in the past year, then you'll have to immediately pay the full $12.99 instead of getting the discounted trial run.
If you're already a Hulu Limited Commercials subscriber, you can still take advantage of this sweet bargain, as long as you don't have any "premium" add-ons like HBO or Showtime.
Spotify will now be able to directly compete with Amazon Prime, which also offers a similar amalgamation of video and music. Making the free music-streaming experience better would help it do just that. "We are excited to expand our partnership to bring this combined package to all existing and new Spotify Premium subscribers". The new bundle is initially available only to existing Spotify Premium subscribers in the US, who also get a chance to try out Hulu for three months for just 99 cents.
Spotify is today launching a new bundle in the United States, in tandem with TV-on-demand service Hulu.
Apart from this, there is a catch to qualify for the offer. This could be how we finally end up with the a la carte cable subscription style services that customers have wanted for years instead of paying for channels we don't care about or need.
Currently, Spotify offers premium subscription starting at $9.99 a month. In the meantime, you can find out more about the bundle here.
This is all for now, folks.
With the company recently listed, Spotify needs all the new users they can get if they want to show investors that they're worthwhile. Let us know in the comments.