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If you’re still trying to decide if you would rather subscribe to Apple Music or Spotify, look no further. Spotify, the streaming giant with over 83 million paid subscribers,just made a partnership with Google.

Starting Nov. 1, Spotify Premium Family plans in the U.S. are eligible to receive a Google Home Mini.

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The family plan allows up to six people at the same address to stream for $14.99 per month. Everyone gets their own account, and you can keep your playlists, saved music and recommendations after upgrading to the plan.

The main account owner can follow this link to sign up for the speaker and sweeten their bundle with a home speaker.

This is a limited-time offer, so interested families should sign up as soon as possible tomorrow.

Spotify’s partnership with Google is nothing short of a smart move. Amazon Music has been growing in popularity with the help of the Echo speaker.

With the use of smart speakers on the rise, more listeners who have the Google Mini could keep customers loyal to Spotify. The company has even partnered with Samsung so Galaxy Home systems can stream Spotify. Google Home Minis are another step in continuing their success.

Spotify has been making several additions to its service to make it more user-friendly. The streaming site started testing the playlist submission feature a few months ago, but now it’s officially available for all artists.

The tool lets artists and labels share new music that they think should be on a playlist with Spotify’s editorial team.

According to the company’s statement, more than 67,000 artists and labels submitted music since the feature started being tested in July. Plus, the streaming service’s official playlists added over 10,000 artists thanks to the move.

What do you think of Spotify giving away Google Home Minis? Sound off in the comments!