FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Questions & Answers.Here's a collection of the most asked questions regarding our music offering.
- Can I schedule the music?
Yes, you can schedule your personal playlists with our scheduling tool.
- Can I preview all music before I signup?
Yes, you can preview all our Soundtracks and Playlist for free before signing up, just click the button below:
- Can I search & play specific tracks?
You can’t search for a specific artist or track in a soundtrack or playlist. But you can browse our music by genre and energy level to find the sound that fits your business best.
You can also use the regular Spotify client to play specific tracks. But the regular Spotify client doesn't support all features that Spotify Business provide.
Pricing & Licences
- Small or Large Business? What license should I have?
We currently offer two different subscriptions; Small Business and Large Business. The price differs depending on whether you want to use the service in one location or several locations.
Small Business is designed for companies who want to play music in one place, and with a turnover less than 10 million SEK per year.
Large Business suits companies who want to play music in more places, and with a turnover greater than 10 million SEK per year.
- What’s the difference between Spotify Business & Spotify Premium?
Spotify Business is a service for business owners that includes commercial licenses. The license you get with Spotify Premium is for private use and doesn't let you play music in public environments, such as a restaurant or store.
Spotify Business also comes with business-specific features that give you total control of the sound of your brand.
- What's included in the fee?
When you play music in your business, you need to think about two different fees. The first fee covers the rights to stream music in a commercial setting. This is included in the fee for Spotify Business.
The second fee covers the public performance right, which you need to pay if you play music from a radio, a CD player, or from a streaming service like ours. This fee is not included in the fee for our service. Contact your country’s collecting society, which represents the public performance rights holders for public performance for more information.
- Do I need to continue to pay the licence fee to STIM and SAMI?
Yes. Composers and musicians are paid for the performing rights through their rights organisations, IFPI, STIM, and SAMI.
You need these licenses when you play music in your business, whether if it’s from a CD player, a radio, a TV, or an online streaming service.