Most Telstra customers can now get four months of free Spotify

Telstra's latest postpaid perk might be music to your ears.

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Fergus Halliday
Dec 14, 2022
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Feeling that FOMO after seeing all your friends post their Spotify Wrapped results? Telstra has a fix.

The biggest of Australia's big three telcos is now offering four months of Spotify Premium to eligible NBN and mobile customers. Taking advantage of this offer is fairly straightforward.

All you have to do is go to the Telstra website, log in via your Telstra ID and redeem your free four months.

When your fifth month of Spotify Premium rolls around, you'll automatically get bumped up to the regular $11.99 per month subscription and charged your monthly Telstra bill. However, there's nothing stopping you from cancelling if you're not interested in sticking with this particular music streaming service beyond that point.

There's no timeline on when this deal will expire, so if you're eligible and like the idea of four months of music streaming without paying a cent, it might be worth cashing in this promotion sooner rather than later.

Unfortunately, there are two catches to keep track of here. The first is that you have to be a new Spotify Premium customer.  If you've signed up for a subscription before, you're not eligible for this offer. 

The other bit of fine print is that you can't be a Telstra customer on a Telstra prepaid mobile plan. In order to score those four free months of Spotify Premium, you have to be signed up for either one of Telstra's postpaid mobile plans or a Telstra NBN internet plan.

If you're open to the idea of switching up your mobile provider in order to take advantage of this deal, check out the widget below for a round-up of eligible Telstra mobile plans.

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Fergus Halliday
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Fergus Halliday
Fergus Halliday is a Digital Content Editor for who specialises in technology, entertainment, gaming and pop culture. His work has been published in Gizmodo, Kotaku, Press Start Australia, The AU Review, Screen Rant, Superjump and more. You can follow him on Twitter.

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