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I am about to buy an Android-phone to myself and another one for my son. The "killing application" is this offer form Ubuntu one: "Music Streaming Enjoy your music anywhere and get 20GB of storage for just $3.99 per month". I just need to know:

With such a deal, can I use two (or more) phones?

Best, Lars

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Yes, we're not enforcing number of concurrent clients at the moment. If we ever do, you would certainly be able to use 2 devices at the same time.

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if you and your son are willing to use a single ubuntu one account and thus have the same music library (and also share all shared files) then you should be... else you will have to pay 3.99 for yourself and your son...

do note that you still need to pay your mobile provider for all data transferred, so a good data plan is still advised (unless you sync a long play queue while on WiFi, which is also an option).

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