Tidal Brings CD-Quality Streaming To Five More Countries

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New kids on the block, premium streaming service Tidal launches in five new European countries – Ireland, Finland, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, joining US, Canada and UK. The site offers 25 million lossless CD-Quality tracks ready to stream, for the premium cost of $20/month (double the cost of Spotify).

Andy Chen, Tidal CEO
“All these markets, as the rest of the world, are seeing a strong increase in music streaming subscription, as well as a high interest for high quality audio. With TIDAL on mobile, computers or home audio products from the likes of Sonos, Denon, Bluesound and Linn, it’s now time to finally enjoy a true high fidelity service with lossless sound quality, HD music videos and curated editorial.
We have also already seen substantial interest from these markets signing up to our waiting list – with Netherlands as the front runner, and we are very excited to open up to five new markets today.”

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