Aldi launches German streaming service

Aldi is launching its own music streaming service in Germany.

The Germany-based supermarket chain has partnered with Napster for the service, Aldi Life Musik, which launches today (September 24).

Users will have access to Napster’s catalogue for €7.99 per month, €2 cheapper than Napster itself – though it matches O2 Germany’s offer for Napster, as Telecompaper notes.

Like Napster, Aldi Life won’t come with a free tier. The service, which will be available in apps for Android, iOS, Windows and desktops, will include access to 4,000 radio stations from around the world, as well as 10,000 audiobooks.

Posted on September 24, 2015 in Uncategorized

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