The early bird may get the worm but it may not be able to keep it as the popular online music service minimizes the capabilities of its free service.

July 14th 2011 marks the day when Spotify made its way across the Atlantic and set up shop in the United States. Now, as users hit their six-month anniversary of signing up with the service, they'll have some restrictions placed on their free accounts. Unless you pony up for either the $4.99 or $9.99 per month premium plans, you'll be limited to ten hours of music playback each month, and you'll only get to listen to a particular song five times during that time period. The Verge.

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