Sign up for a Spotify account of the Philippines and get 3 months of free Premium membership!
My ears are telling me that the sound quality of music decoded and played through NetEase is getting worse and worse, and I can’t take it anymore and have to find a new one. So I tried to sign up for the low-cost Spotify of the Philippines and found that the sound quality from Spotify totally beats that of NetEase. Ongoing until June 30 – 3 months free for new subscribers, family group subscription only Php 194 Pesos/month, which can be cancelled at any time.
The following tools are required for registration:
- Philippine proxy server → Without using a Philippine IP, it will not open the registration page for Spotify in the Philippines area.
- Proxy server for connecting to Google → The registration process requires you to go through the Google Authenticator.
- Google Chrome + Google Plugin SwitchyOmega → You need this extension to do proxy diversion access.
Set these up and go directly to the official website https://www.spotify.com/ph/
I still have a Globe Philippines roaming SIM card with no monthly fee (required for Gcash app registration), so I’m using the Gcash’s AMEX virtual card to pay for Spotify and drive free for 3 months first! If you don’t have a Gcash account, you can find an SMS receiving platform to register for Gcash. However, if you lose your phone information or accidentally log out of Gcash, you will need a verification code to log in again. So it’s a safe bet to start with a Philippine mobile card.
Users can roam overseas for 14 days with the free version of Spotify, during which you can listen to music on Spotify normally. However, after 14 days, you will need to log in once again at the IP of the country/address where you were originally registered in order to reactivate the account for continued use. Or change to your current country/address in the account, otherwise the account will be suspended.
Spotify Premium subscribers can listen to its unlimited streaming music in any country/region in the world.
Listen! That sounds awesome!