A brand-new school year is just around the corner. For college students, that will mean long hours at the library studying, more time spent driving to and from class, a return to parties with friends, and of course, plenty of music.
With the start of a new school year and the end of festival season, many of us have lists of new bands and artists we plan to explore. Back to school season is a great opportunity to listen to music. And not just for students, either. For parents, back to school season means lots of driving your little ones—to and from class, extracurricular activities, and friends’ houses for playdates. Even for non-parents, it’s normal to see increased commute times when school is back in session.
All of this means that no matter who you are, now is the perfect time to add more music into your life.
Today’s tech is great for music fans
With today’s technology, enjoying music is easier than ever before. Back in the day, students would have to share music by lending CDs or records. If you wanted to discover new artists, you’d have to run to the store and browse through a shelf of records in hopes of finding something good.
Things are much easier these days. Spotify Premium gives you access to a massive library of podcasts and ad-free music from your favorite device. You can even share playlists with friends, track your favorite artists, and discover your new favorite podcasts.
With school back in session, having Spotify Premium is the perfect way to discover new music and podcasts, learn about upcoming concerts in your area, and survive the long hours in the library with thousands of playlists that you can download and listen to offline. Now is a wonderful time to try Spotify Premium, and it would be a shame not to take advantage of that.
Find out how you can get Spotify Premium as a premium entertainment option for no extra charge with the AT&T Unlimited &More Premium plan.
This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Matt Johnsen, a TechBuzz contributor. The statements in this article are his own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.