Paris-based music streaming service Deezer, which already has over 20 million users, is launching in Canada, Australia and New Zealand and is set to become a top destination for all music fans. Deezer will respond to their needs: discover, listen to, organize and share all the music they love, anytime and anywhere, without limitation, on any device.
In partnership with 2.000 music labels including Universal, Warner, Sony and EMI, Deezer offers to music fans the most complete catalogue: 15 million tracks available on-demand and thousands of artists’ discographies, biographies and reviews. Users are also invited to upload their own tracks onto Deezer to create their first playlists.
Deezer gives customers extraordinary moments of musical inspiration thanks to dozens of radio channels in 12 music genres and 30,000 artist-based radio channels. Deezer has also hired the best local editorial experts, who live and breathe music themselves, to recommend both what’s hot and their favorites.
Deezer is a 100% web-based solution, instantly accessible with no need to download any software, meaning that you can access your music immediately wherever you are. Deezer has a subscriber satisfaction of 86% and an average monthly usage of 60h.
Deezer and Facebook Deezer have created the first seamless global music experience that will thrill all newcomers: Deezer advanced integration now allows millions of users to access, discover and share unlimited music in one click on Facebook.
- Discovery Mode (Free) – The Discovery Mode on PC/Mac and mobile devices will allow you to listen to radio channels and smart radio (unlimited listening) and to music on demand (access to 15 million tracks) in 30-sec clips
- Free Trial – If you want to try out, you can get a 15-day free trial. You’ll have the ability to unsubscribe during the 15 days, no commitment, no payment due
- Premium (4.99€ /month): Unlimited streaming on any PC/Mac
- Premium+ (9.99€/month): Also available on mobile phones, all smart phones, tablets, IP TVs & IP Sound Systems including Sonos and Logitech Squeezebox, making it more ubiquitous than any other digital music platforms. You can even play your music offline; on a plane, on top of a mountain, anywhere, you won’t need 3G, Wi-Fi or the web to access it.