Spotify has its Q3 2019 financial and user metrics, revealing that it grew its total monthly active users (MAUs) to 248 million — up 30% on the 191 million it reported , and up 7% on the 232 million .

The music-streaming giant is maintaining a roughly 45% ratio of premium to ad-supported subscribers, claiming 113 million paying users for the past quarter, up 31% from 87 million in the Q3 2018 period — and marginally surpassing the high-end analyst estimates.

Spotify attributed some of its net premium subscriber growth to the “strong performance” of its student and family plans, the latter of which received some notable upgrades in the past few months. , for example, Spotify introduced new content filters that allow parents to

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