SoundCloud has launched its premium subscription plan SoundCloud Go+ in Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland.
SoundCloud Go+ and SoundCloud’s free, ad-supported tier are now available in 14 countries. The service costs €9.99/€6.99(PT)/₣12.99 per month.
The platform provides listeners full access to more than 200 million original tracks, DJ sets, remixes and more, from over 20 million creators around the world, with offline sync, no advertising, and high-quality audio streaming.
“SoundCloud is the first place listeners go to discover what’s next in music, and directly connect with the vibrant community of creators, curators and fellow listeners who are powering the platform,” said Anthony Gabriele, Senior Vice President, Subscriptions & Marketing, SoundCloud. “SoundCloud Go+ unlocks access to SoundCloud’s full catalog and allows fans to take their music anywhere, anytime, while financially supporting the more than 20 million creators who are building and growing their careers on the platform.”
SoundCloud Go+ offers
SoundCloud offers a free, 30-day trial of SoundCloud Go+, after which a monthly subscription fee applies: €9.99/€6.99(PT)/₣12.99 (Web/Android) or €12.99/€9.99(PT)/₣16.99 (iOS) per month. iOS users can avoid the App Store surcharge by visiting soundcloud.com/go.
Music fans in these markets who also subscribe to SoundCloud Pro Unlimited, SoundCloud’s premium creator subscription, can add a Go+ subscription for half the price. The discount offers creators the ability to unlock all of the benefits of SoundCloud Go+, and access SoundCloud’s integrations with leading DJ software companies Serato, Pioneer DJ, Native Instruments, and more.
Earlier this year, SoundCloud had announced that it is adding distribution to its self-monetisation Premier program. Creators can distribute original music directly from SoundCloud to all major music services including Amazon Music, Apple Music, Instagram and Spotify, at no additional cost.
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