AfterDawn: Tech news

Napster streaming music expands to 14 new nations

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 05 Jun 2013 21:02 User comments (3)

Napster streaming music expands to 14 new nations The new Napster, owned by Rhapsody, has now expanded to 14 more European countries.
Already available in the UK and Germany, the streaming music service is now available in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and The Netherlands.

Rhapsody has priced the service at 9.95 per month for unlimited web and mobile streaming, which includes offline.

The company is betting on the Napster name, once one of the most infamous services for P2P and general music piracy, to help expand in a region where there is no shortage of competition including Spotify, Deezer, Google and soon Apple.

Napster has over 20 million songs and is available for iOS and Android alongside its web versions.

Tags: Napster
Previous Next  

3 user comments

16.6.2013 0:36

Napster used to be free at one time until Dr.Dre and Metallica screwed it up for everyone.


20 Year U.S.Army Veteran.Vietnam 1969-1972 101st Abn.Div.

26.6.2013 9:04

Originally posted by JST1946:
Napster used to be free at one time until Dr.Dre and Metallica screwed it up for everyone.
As if they needed more money. But who cares, napster showed us the way, and better ways opened up.

I'll stick my foot up your ass.

313.6.2013 5:12

This sounds like good news for those country, other than the fact that it costs money. I use a free music streaming site called Torch Music and Im really happy with it, I think its just as good as any other paid service!

Comments have been disabled for this article.

News archive