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No more time limits on Spotify, listen as much as you like for free

Spotify ditches web streaming limits so you can listen as much as you like for free
The best things in life are free

There are officially no more time limits on Spotify free: the company has made it so you can listen to as much music on the web player and desktop app as you like without paying a penny.

You'll pay for this unlimited music access in other ways, of course - by sitting through a few ads between songs.

If you want to lose those, you'll have to cough up the monthly subscription fee of $9.99 / £9.99 / AU$11.99.

Free-ee to do whatever I

Spotify recently bestowed the gift of free mobile listening on its fee-less subscribers too - it seems as though the company has enough paying customers and advertisers to be able to offer the more rounded free service.

Before now, free accounts could only play a certain amount of music each month, and there were different rules for different countries. This new blanket ban on limits levels the playing field.

It's certainly a fairly hefty cost-free gauntlet thrown down at the feet of competitors. Your moves, Rdio, Pandora, Deezer et al.