September 20, 2020

Deezer dives in streaming music to Cayman Islands


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Deezer, one of the world’s premier music streaming service, with over 23 million users, launched its streaming service in Latin America on Thu (7).

Along with the Cayman Islands the streaming service will be available in:

Anguilla, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Panama, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Paraguay, Aruba, Ecuador, Peru, Bahamas, El Salvador, Puerto Rico, Barbados, Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Belize, Guatemala, Saint Lucia, Bermuda, Guyana, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Bolivia, Haiti, Suriname,Honduras, Trinidad and Tobago, Chile, Jamaica, Uruguay, Colombia and Mexico.

It would appear only Brazil, Cuba and Venezuela are missing out.

Deezer say this launch will offer their service to hundreds of millions of LATAM music fans who currently have no access to legal multi device streaming music services.

The success of the rollout of Deezer in LATAM will be based on a strong local partnership with local labels and key operators. Users across LATAM will now be able to discover, listen to, organise and share all the music they love, anywhere and anytime, unlimited and on any device including full Facebook integration.

Facebook users will be allowed to:

– Create and log into Deezer in one click with Facebook connect

– Listen to their favourite music directly within Facebook through the integrated

player, the music section and the “listen” button on artist pages

– Share these listens easily on their wall and ticker with the automatic sharing functionality

Deezer is also integrated with Twitter and, offering a real social music experience.

Deezer provides a 100% web-based solution as it is the first music streaming service that does not rely on software downloads. This means you can access millions of tracks and all your favorite music truly immediately wherever you are.

LATAM Pricing:

– Discovery Mode (Free): the Discovery Mode on PC/Mac and mobile devices

will allow you to listen to radio channels and artist-based radio channels (unlimited

listening) and to music on demand (access to 18 million tracks) in 30-sec clips.

– Free Trial: if you want to try it out you can get a 15-day free trial. You can

unsubscribe during the 15 days and you will not be committed to subscribe or pay anything.

– Premium ($4.25 or $3.49 per month depending on the country): unlimited

streaming on any PC/Mac in enhanced sound quality.

– Premium+ ($8.49 or $6.99 per month depending on the country): Premium offer

plus available on mobile phones, all smart phones, tablets, IP TVs & IP

NB: The Service in Mexico will be priced in Mexican pesos: $69.5 Premium / $139 Premium+

Axel Dauchez, CEO of Deezer, said:

“We are very excited about the launch of our streaming service in Latin America.

Thanks to our partnership with local labels and to our editorial team, we will offer a high quality product to music fans.

“And, as we did with Orange and Deutsche Telekom, Deezer will soon announce great local partnerships to be able to reach huge numbers of people”.

Deezer was created by Daniel Marhely in 2006 and is a market leader in music streaming; worldwide 23 million people use the service in 51 countries; there are 1.5 million Deezer subscribers, more than 750,000 Facebook fans and almost 350,000 followers on Twitter. Deezer’s users can enjoy music discoveries every day and unlimited streaming and downloads of a great catalogue of 18 million tracks. Deezer’s music services do not rely on software downloads and are available on PC/Mac, all smartphones and many connected devices. In September 2011, Deezer announced a partnership with Facebook, an important international step that allowed Deezer to integrate its services into the world’s largest social network. On December 8th 2011, Deezer began its worldwide roll-out except in Japan and the US.

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