Spotify will come pre-installed on millions of new Samsung devices

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Samsung's newest array of Galaxy phones will be available in stores and online beginning today.

Three Galaxy S10 smartphone models of Samsung Electronics are now on sales in some 70 countries across the world including Korea, the United States, Canada, India, China and European nations.

But more importantly, the offer is only available to new subscribers, so those who are currently subscribed to either Spotify's or YouTube's premium tier, or aren't subscribed now but were before, aren't eligible for this promotion.

It's a logical move for Samsung and Spotify: last fall, the two companies announced a deal that would make Spotify the default music option for Bixby, so including the app on new Samsung phones is a sensible next step forward.

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Fortunately, Windows 10 users have an even shorter route to getting their next Galaxy phone as Microsoft and Samsung have seemingly partnered to put the phone in the Microsoft Store and users can purchase right from their devices. You'll need to be a new user to claim either of these offers, but for those folks, this is a nice treat.

Not everyone is out of the running, though. For YouTube Premium, follow this link to get your Galaxy phone enrolled for the four free months. Would-be buyers of the Galaxy Fold and the Galaxy Tab S5e, both yet to be released, are also eligible, but only for YouTube Premium. This includes music recommendations on the Bixby Home screen.

And Spotify is announcing a major expansion of its partnership with Samsung to help S10 owners get more out of their devices.

YouTube Premium, on the other hand, lets you enjoy ad-free viewing, offline download, and play videos on the background.