Microsoft has announced that it will stop its Groove Music Pass service and will move its existing customers to music streaming service Spotify.
The company has said that it will continue to support playback and management of owned content via the Groove Music app.
With the continued advancement of music streaming today, all the world’s music has become easily accessible across a variety of devices, unlocking new ways to discover and experience music. As we continue to listen to what our customers want in their music experience we know that access to the best streaming service, the largest catalog of music, and a variety of subscriptions is top of the list.
Which is why we’re excited to announce that we’re expanding our partnership with Spotify to bring the world’s largest music streaming service to our Groove Music Pass customers. Beginning this week*, Groove Music Pass customers can easily move all their curated playlists and collections directly into Spotify. Plus, you may be eligible for a 60-day free trial of Spotify Premium.
You can find out more information about how customers will be moved from Groove Music to Spotify at the link below. Existing users will receive a 60 day free trial of Spotify Premium.
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