We reported yesterday Spotify might soon arrive on Windows Phone 8 and it looks like the application and the service are now available.
Obviously, the application can be downloaded for free via Windows Phone Store, but users will have to pay for the service a $10 per month fee after the first 30 days. Check it out here.
According to Spotify, the service is available for free for 48 hours without users having to enter credit card details.
Still, the 48-hours trial can be extended up to 30 days by following the details in the email developers send to users when they log in.
However, Spotify has been released as a beta, so users might experience some issues with some features, but developers promised prompt update that will fix them.