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The newest video streaming service, Spotify, announced it is expanding its digital audio service to all major U.S. carriers.

The announcement came after the music streaming service surpassed 3 million paying subscribers in just a few days.

Spotify has been in the process of expanding its audio service for some time, but its arrival on major carriers was unexpected.

The company said it will begin rolling out its audio app to all U.K. carriers, including T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and Virgin Media, as well as the new U.C.N.O.D. mobile network, on Tuesday.

Spotify’s audio service will be available on all major wireless carriers, said the company in a blog post.

The service will also be available in the U.R.S., where Spotify was initially limited to AT&Ts and T-Mob devices.

The company said in a statement that its audio content will be accessible to U.N.-approved devices, including Apple iPhones, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku devices, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV and Xbox 360 and Windows Phone devices.

For those without a streaming subscription, Spotify said it plans to add additional languages, including English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Dutch.

Spotlight was one of several services that were previously announced as coming to new U and international carriers, and it’s one of the first to be rolled out globally.

The other services that have been announced are: Apple Music, Spotify Play Music, Rdio, Pandora, Spotify Premium and Spotify Unlimited.