Spotify may get a little bit pricier for some Scandinavian users. The music streaming service plans to test a more expensive version of its family plan in the European region, reported Bloomberg. It’s unclear whether the price hike, which is estimated to be 13 percent, will also include new features or services.

A source confirmed the news of the price increase to Variety, but also stressed that the figure is a test and hasn’t been locked in yet. It’s likely that Spotify, which was founded in Stockholm, would test a price increase in the relatively safe market of Northern Europe before anywhere else in the world. Despite the company threatening to pull out of Sweden due to high tax rates, it still has a very loyal user base in the region. Engadget has reached out to Spotify for comment, and will update if we hear back.

Källa: Spotify will reportedly test a price increase in Scandinavia