Get Both Spotify and Hulu Subscription for Just $12.99 A Month

Users can now save $5 with Spotify and Hulu’s $12.99 entertainment bundle.

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Spotify and Hulu teamed up last September to offer a discounted bundle for students. Now, the two companies are expanding their partnership to offer a similar bundle to all consumers.

The plan is for $12.99 per month for a Spotify Premium and a video-on-demand Hulu Limited Commercials plan. For existing Spotify Premium users, they can do a three-month trial of Hulu for an extra $0.99 before deciding to make a full switch to the bundle.

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On their own, Spotify Premium costs $9.99 month while a Hulu subscription costs $7.99 per month. Getting the bundle would save you $4.99 every month which is a very good deal. Spotify is handling the billing for both.

With the bundle, Spotify Premium users get access to on-demand music and personalised playlists. Additionally, they will have access to over 75,000 TV shows on Hulu’s on-demand video library.

This is a very good move for Spotify since Apple is reportedly planning to introduce a TV subscription service with their Apple Music.

Initially, only current Spotify Premium users in the US can avail of this deal. However, both companies say that everyone will be able to sign up for the deal later this summer.

Facebook adds “Listen” button

Facebook has launched a new feature that lets musicians share their music on the popular social networking website with their followers.

The company has unveiled their “Listen” button that lets members listen to music on an artists page.

This new button will connect users to their preferred streaming service, like Deezer, Napster and Spotify.

Slash, Linkin Park and teen heartthrob Justin Bieber have already added the new button to their profiles.

This comes as a huge boost to the social network giant as this would enable their subscribers to just stick to Facebook and be awarded with music from their Idols. Unlike before where you have to go to a new site just to do this, this would make lives easier for music lovers.

Communications manager for Facebook Iain McKenzie said, “Making music social again seems to have really struck a nerve with people. Services like Spotify and Deezer are great on their ow, but when you integrate them with Facebook and add the ability to listen with friends and share tracks, it takes the enjoyment to a whole new level.”

Here’s a new reason why people will be more addicted to Facebook. Cheers to Mark Zuckerberg and his team.

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