Things are going to heat up in the music streaming scene in the UK, and Spotify had best look up and prepare themselves with word that Pure Music is ready to make a foray into that part of the world. More choice for consumers would mean more power – and service providers who used to take their customers and subscribers for granted would do well to watch their backs! Pure Music might be worth checking out if you happen to live across the pond, as from December onwards, you will be able to draw from a library of millions of songs for a mere £4.99 monthly – that roughly translates to around $8 monthly after conversion.
Apart from music on-demand, your will also be able to enjoy Internet radio and other programs on a compatible device, be it a notebook, an iOS device or perhaps one of Pure Music’s very own range of Wi-Fi capable devices, at a price point that is cheaper compared to Spotify – albeit slightly. There is also a Tag bookmarking system available on one of Pure’s radios, letting you access highlighted tracks on another device. Oh yeah, did we mention that an Android-centric app is also on its way?
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