Spotify is coming to the US and Canada, according to a tweet from the company’s UK CEO.
The streaming service will launch in the UK, where it was previously available, and in the Netherlands, where the service first launched.
Spotify will also launch in Germany, Spain and the UK later this month, after which it will be available in all of the countries where it launched.
“We are thrilled to announce that we are now available to all of our US, UK and Canadian customers, bringing Spotify to the largest and most connected music community in the world,” the company said in a statement.
Spotify has been available in more than 140 countries, including the US.
The company is currently available in Canada, where users can sign up for free, and the US where it is free to use, but there are no plans to expand the service to other countries.
Spotify CEO Daniel Ek said at the time that the company was also planning to launch in Australia, but has since confirmed the plans are off.
“Spotify is here, and we’re making it available to everyone,” Ek told the BBC at the launch of Spotify’s US service.
“I can confirm that Spotify is available in Australia and New Zealand.
That will come as we get closer to launch.”
Spotify is already available in other parts of the world, including Europe, where its European customers have had to wait for a similar move to happen in the United States.