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Grooveshark lets Dutch users pay for unlimited music
Music streaming service Grooveshark has launched a subscription, this week seems to be rolled out in the Netherlands. This means that users with free accounts can only listen to three songs per day.
Users with a free account could until recently unlimited listening to music via streaming service. By was under more agreements with record companies Grooveshark forced into a new payment model. The subscription service, called VIP service is the result of that.
Grooveshark announced the VIP service many years ago. Since then were mostly American users are already reporting to pay for the service. Only now have Dutch users who see also evident from reports that Tweakers received this week.
Users with a free account to listen recently only three songs per day. Who wants to listen to more music, must pay. For the VIP service must be paid in Netherlands 7.99 euros per month. Except for unlimited music listening Grooveshark also offers the possibility to store music for offline use.
The music streaming service Grooveshark has existed for years. With the introduction of the subscription form appears to be a definitive end to a tumultuous period. In the past, the company has been sued several times because no licenses had completed his music. That changed when include a deal with record company EMI was closed and the legal battle with Sony was terminatedViewing:-196
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