"A legal music streaming site which allows subscribers to access more than 16 million songs is being launched today in New Zealand.
After much hype, the announcement finally came today that music provider Spotify, in partnership with wireless music manufacturer Sonos, will be kicked off locally.
Spotify offers listeners on-demand access to songs, and since its 2008 launch in Sweden, has gained more than 10 million active users and three million paying subscribers.
Seen by many as an alternative to iTunes, Spotify's arrival in New Zealand begins "a new era" for music, said Sonos New Zealand's Jason Lake."
So Spotify has come to New Zealand. It looks, though, like the only way to sign in is to use Facebook, so if you are not a Facebook user, you are out of luck.
View the full article at the NZ Herald