SoundCloud Go and new SoundCloud Go+ just launched in the Netherlands

SoundCloud have brought both of their new subscription services to the Netherlands for offline music and unlimited ad-free streaming with SoundCloud’s biggest available catalog.

Today, we flipped the switch bringing music fans in the Netherlands more ways to enjoy SoundCloud with the launch of our consumer subscription plans: SoundCloud Go and SoundCloud Go+. SoundCloud Go and SoundCloud Go+ give you the flexibility and freedom to choose the features and content you want, at the price that fits your budget.

SoundCloud Go lets you discover, stream and share an ever-evolving mix of more than 120 million tracks from established and emerging artists, offline and ad-free. For those who want it all, SoundCloud Go+ is SoundCloud’s premium subscription offering which gives you full access to more than 150 million tracks, ad-free, offline with no previews. And as always, you can still enjoy SoundCloud via its free offering, which beginning today, will be supported by advertising in the Netherlands.

No matter which experience you choose, you’ll have access to all the features that help you discover the world’s most diverse community such as Suggested Tracks, Stations and Charts, while also tapping into a connected community of curators, creators and listeners who are driving what’s new, now and next in music culture.

SoundCloud Go and SoundCloud Go+ is available in the Netherlands on web, iOS App Store and Google Play. SoundCloud Go is €5.99 (web/Android)/€7.99 (iOS) per month, and SoundCloud Go+ is €9.99 (web/Android)/€12.99 (iOS) per month. iOS users can avoid the App Store surcharge by visiting soundcloud.com/go instead.

Want to know more? Head over to the SoundCloud Go page, here.

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