Samsung’s Milk Music service will soon get a premium subscription option

Posted on Apr 18 2014 - 5:09am by Abhijeet Mishra

Samsung's Milk Music service will soon get premium subscription options

Early last month, Samsung debuted its new Milk Music service, a radio streaming app for Galaxy phone and tablet owners. Powered by Slacker, Milk Music offers access to more than 200 radio stations completely free of charge, and now, through a large infographic describing the service, the Korean manufacturer has revealed plans to add premium subscription options to the service.

Consumers will be able to fork out $3.99 (likely per month) to enjoy streaming without ads interfering the experience, a pretty good price compared to the competition. Premium consumers will also get some exclusive features, but Samsung doesn’t list what these features are. Also unclear is when the premium subscription will be made available for purchase, though with the company’s latest flagship now available worldwide, we’ll likely get more details soon enough.

Any of our readers using Milk Music at the moment on their Samsung device?

Via: Android Central | Source: Samsung

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Abhijeet holds an avid interest in technology, and when he's not tinkering with this smartphone or covering the latest development in the mobile world (or singing along to classics from Dean Martin or Frank Sinatra), he can be found trying to rest his oft-strained eyes (and failing miserably at it).