Spotify Passes 40 Million Subscribers

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Peter Kafka, writing for Recode, on Spotify passing 40 million subscribers:


    Spotify, which is heading toward an IPO, has 40 million paid subscribers, the company announced today. But Spotify’s chief revenue officer, Jeff Levick, is leaving the company, sources confirmed.

    Levick joined Spotify five years ago, when the company was just starting to build out an advertising business; he had previously been at AOL and Google.

     
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  2. kelly

    Newbie

    Woohoo
     
  3. KimmyGibbler

    Everywhere you look... Prestigious

    Wow that's crazy. Now they just need to fix their UI!
     
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  5. Thursdaysox

    We know it from the silence

    Good stuff
     
  6. jorbjorb

    Conditioner is better.

    yeah i've been satisfied with spotify for about a year now. no rdio but it gets the job done.
     
  7. Tim McCall

    Newbie

    I can't tell if this will be a stock worth buying. I guess I have to read more.
     
  8. The Format

    Regular

    And they still won't let users have more than 10,000 songs saved.
     
  9. KimmyGibbler

    Everywhere you look... Prestigious

    It's criminal honestly.

    I am a Spotify loyalist because there doesn't seem to be anything better out there. But they have a lot of work to do.
     
  10. The Format

    Regular

    They've said it's because only 1% of their users would have over 10,000 songs. I miss Rdio.
     
  11. Ryan

    Might be Spider-Man...

    After a year with it, Im pleased
     
  12. slickdtc

    Regular

    I had no idea this was so. That's wack. The users who use the service the most should be rewarded, not crapped on. But I guess Spotify gets their cut all the same, the heavier users just pay out the artists more.