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Rdio is now free and without ads

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Oct 2011 12:58 User comments (1)

Rdio is now free and without ads Popular music streaming service Rdio has now gone free and without ads.
Anybody using a free plan will have a meter of how much free music they can stream a month, which then refills on the 1st of the next month.

Strangely, there is no set amount of music available. It varies based on how much you listen in a given month.

Just like rival Spotify, the free plan gives access to the desktop version of the software and mobile access will cost a premium.

If you want a premium subscription, its $5 per month for unlimited browser/desktop access and $10 for unlimited browser/desktop, smartphone/tablet streaming and wireless sync for offline listening.

For families, friends, etc, there is a special $18 for 2 or $23 for 3 deal available.

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17.10.2011 5:26

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Strangely, there is no set amount of music available. It varies based on how much you listen in a given month.
The selection of music that is available to stream varies? Or the the amount of time you can spend streaming music from the service varies based on how much you've listened before? This sentence is a bit unclear.

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