Samsung’s free-to-use, ad-free music service, Milk Music is about to receive a shakeup. As stated by Samsung when it was first launched, advertisements are coming to the service, as well as a subscription price if users don’t wish to see or hear ads. Before today, no price for the subscription was known, but thanks to a post on Samsung Tomorrow, we can now report that the price has been set at $3.99 a month.
When compared to All Access from Google Play, or many of the other music streaming services priced at $9.99 a month for ad-free and on-demand music streaming, Samsung’s $3.99 price could be a winner. On top of being ad-free, Samsung also indicates that users who pay the price will receive exclusive features, not available to those who choose the ad-supported version of the service.
No exact word on when the the ads and subscription price will come into play, but it is listed as coming “soon.”
If you are currently using Milk Music on your Samsung device, do you intend on keeping it, even if ads or a monthly subscription price appear?
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