From downloadable music to podcasts from around the world - we’re giving audio fans in Africa another reason to turn up the volume. Starting today, global audio streaming service Deezer is making music and podcasts even more affordable for audio streaming fans in Angola, Ghana, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda, Senegal and the Ivory Coast.
Whether you’re an existing paying subscriber or a newbie looking to try out an audio streaming service, we’ve got you covered with all the content you love at a cost friendly price.
New price plans in Angola, Ghana, Mozambique, Tanzania and Uganda are:
? Deezer Premium, $2,99
? Deezer HiFi, $4.49
? Deezer Family, $4.49
New price plans in Senegal and Ivory Coast are:
? Deezer Premium, 1649XOF
? Deezer HiFi, 2475XOF
? Deezer Family, 2475XOF
Once you figure out the right subscription plan that meets your needs - whether that’s Premium , Family or HiFi , you can delve into the most personalized content made just for you. From East Africa Sounds , Afro Hits , Rap Bangers and Hits of the Moment . Our users will also have access to our podcast tab which features 15 different channels including: Business, Sports, Gaming and Technology content.
You’ll never run out of things to listen to, nor as a paying subscriber worry about unwanted ad interruptions.
Your Deezer music benefits include:
? Easy offline listening, so that you can download all the music and podcasts you want and listen without internet access.
? Flow, our signature feature that plays an endless stream of songs you love and helps you discover new tracks and artists. Flow uses our smart algorithm, mixed with personal recommendations from our local editors.
? Lyrics on the go lets you follow and sing along to your favourite tracks.
? Songcatcher, our in-app feature that identifies unknown tracks and lets you add them directly to your library.
? Country selector is a special Deezer feature that lets you listen to specific local content from any country where Deezer is available, regardless of where you are located.
“Our new price change will make it even easier for more audio fans in Africa to incorporate streaming into their daily lives. From hyperlocal talent to global acts, we want music and podcast fans to have the most personalized experience at a subscription plan that matches their individual needs,” says Ralph Pighin, SVP Europe, Asia and Africa at Deezer.
New subscribers can sign up here . To learn more about Deezer, visit us at http://www.deezer.com