Spotify has just announced its expansion to Denmark. It’s probably been one of the countries with a lot of anticipation for the Swedish company to announce its expansion there. While Denmark isn’t a huge market place, it’s definitely a step Spotify needed to take – it needs to work in all markets to make it a consumer favorite.

Spotify is offering three alternatives for Danes to hook up with the service:

Spotify Free. With an invite, you can enjoy on-demand, buffer-free access to millions of songs on your computer, and great social features. Manage your own music files through Spotify, and sync with your mobile phone or iPod. Features occasional advertising.

Spotify Unlimited. All the special features of our free service, but with uninterrupted, ad-free access to Spotify on your computer. All for only 49kr a month.

Spotify Premium The top-of-the-range Spotify experience. Premium gives you access to all the music, all the time. Listen online or offline, on your computer, your mobile phone and a whole heap of other devices. Enjoy enhanced sound quality and access to exclusive content, competitions and special offers. Premium costs just 99kr a month and is also available in all 7-Eleven stores in Denmark.

Denmark is thus the 9th country Spotify is available in. Previously the service launched with huge fanfare in USA and soon after the company announced its partnership with Facebook. Spotify’s 2010 financials are also out – check our coverage on it from yesterday.

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