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Billy Talent
  • Artist

    Billy Talent

  • Album

    Dead Silence

  • Label

    Warner Music Canada

Music subscription service Deezer expands to Canada

Today, French music subscription service DEEZER announced that they have expanded to Canada, as well as Australia and New Zealand. The service currently has over 20 million users globally.

The service has licensing deals with over 2,000 music labels including Universal, Warner, Sony and EMI, allowing DEEZER to offer 15 million songs available on-demand, alongside thousands of artists' discographies.

Deezer offers on-demand streaming, allowing music fans to select songs or albums from Deezer's catalogue to add to their collection, as well as the option to listening to themed Radio Channel options, grouped by genre or artist.

DEEZER offers three options for fans:

Discovery Mode (Free) - The Discovery Mode on PC/Mac and mobile devices allows fans to listen to radio channels and smart radio (unlimited listening)
Premium ($4.99 /month): Unlimited on-demand streaming on any PC/Mac
Premium+ ($9.99/month): unlimited on-demand streaming on PC/Mac and all handheld devices online or offline mobile devices available for $9.99 per month.

The service also offers a 15-day free trial, with no commitment and no payment due.

The service is web based, allowing users to instantly access their music without the need to download any software. The service is available on a wide variety of devices, including iPhone, Blackberry, Android, Windows7 Phone, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, and Samsung phones, as well as iPad, Phillips iTV, and Logitech Squeezebox and Sonos systems.

To try the service, visit http://www.deezer.com/

Screenshots (click to expand):

Pictured above: Screenshot of Deezer's web interface
Pictured below: Screenshot of Deezer's iPad interface

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