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Spotify bops to Taiwan, Turkey, Greece and Argentina today

Ben Gilbert, @RealBenGilbert
September 24, 2013
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The fine people of Canada may still not have access to Spotify, but Greece, Turkey, Taiwan and Argentina are all getting the ad-supported music-on-demand service starting today. Yes, that's at least one new country for three separate continents -- Spotify's really spreading the love around with today's expansion, apparently. According to the company, that puts Spotify in 32 total "markets" worldwide, comprising 24 million "active users" -- not too shabby for seven years of existence!

The company's last big expansion was in April, when it arrived in Mexico, Malaysia and several other territories. Here's hoping it finally arrives in Canada some time this year as well -- our Canadian staffers are getting awfully antsy.

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