You can do something about the removed features; we’ve previously explained how you can bring back some of the ones you miss.
It is more difficult to manoeuvre around a lousy user interface and virtually nonexistent assistance. You need some assistance. Changing your Spotify country is one such obstacle. However, we will explain everything that you need to know. Continue reading to learn more.
What Type of Spotify Account Do You have?
The way to change your country on Spotify varies depending on whether you have a free or a premium account.
If you have a free Spotify account, you can listen to music when you’re in a different country for up to 14 days. Thereafter, you will need to return to your home country or make a new account in your new locale.
To listen for 14 days, you need to change the appropriate setting.
To make the change, log in to your Spotify account on a web browser and go to Edit Profile > Country. You can select your country from a dropdown list. The country will only be visible if you’re physically there.
If you have a premium account, you do not need to change your country while travelling. You are not subject to the same 14-day restriction as a free account.
If you’re moving permanently, however, you will need to update your details.
To update your details, log in to your Spotify account page and go to Subscription > Update. You will need to enter your new payment details. The payment details must be linked to a financial institution in your new country.
You should consider upgrading to Spotify Premium if you have a free account. Sure, it costs money, but for many users, that’s money well spent.