Tidal have teamed up with Polish mobile network operator Play to offer their customers Premium subscriptions to the music streaming service.

Music streaming service Tidal, acquired earlier this year by Jay Z, has gotten off to a great start despite the overshadowing of services like Spotify and Apple Music. Having reached 1 million subscribers last month and recently announcing that they would be bringing original video programmes to the service Tidal cannot be stopped at the moment.

They are now offering a deal to both new and existing customers of Polish mobile network Play where they can get a Premium Tidal subscription for up to 24 months. The subscription also offers tethered downloads from Tidal and the deal will be available with a 90-day opt-out trial so that customers can decide whether they want to keep it or not.

With Tidal Premium you get access to their catalog of 35 million tracks but all tracks are available in AAC 320 kbps, the best audio quality available on a major music streaming platform. With both HiFi and Premium Tidal subscriptions you get access to roughly 85,000 high quality music videos, access to curated editorial content, artist interviews and hand crafted playlists from the editorial team and artists.

With free and unlimited roaming available with Play in Poland this deal will give users access to high quality music streaming from wherever they are. Billing for Tidal subscriptions included in the offer will be integrated with existing billing and account management operations by Play.