It has only been a few months since SoundCloud launched its music streaming service called SoundCloud Go and the company has now announced that it’s making some changes to this service. It’s adding a new tier that will called SoundCloud Go, same as the old one, but it’s going to cost $5 per month instead of $10 and it obviously won’t provide all of the features of the original tier. That tier will now be called SoundCloud Go+ and will stick to its $10 per month subscription fee.

SoundCloud CEO Alex Ljung says that this new tier will enable the company to bring in more revenue as well as enhance the experience for listeners on its platform.

The new SoundCloud Go tier costs $5 per month and provides subscribers with a full on-demand, mid-priced streaming subscription. They will have access to more than 120 million tracks from established and emerging artists as well as the ability to listen ad-free and offline.

Subscribers on the $10 per month tier will have access to more than 150 million tracks while they will also get some exclusive product features which the company will announce at a later date.

SoundCloud’s music streaming service is available now in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and Germany.

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