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MOG launches free music streaming service

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 15 Sep 2011 1:29

MOG launches free music streaming service MOG will be launching their own free streaming music service tomorrow, rivaling Spotify in the U.S.
Supported fully by ads, the service will be very similar to its rival, offering millions of on-demand tracks for free.

Differentiating itself, MOG will give users a "gas tank" with a certain number of free tracks they're allowed to play.

Once you empty your "tank" you will have to share playlists with friends on Twitter and Facebook and other social networks in order to get more free tracks. As long as you share MOG virally, you should have an infinite amount of free tracks.

Spotify, while completely free for now, will move to a 20 hours per month capped tier in the coming months. The 20 hours are replaced on the 1st of the month.

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