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  • Deezer grows streaming market at both ends
  • Deezer grows streaming market at both ends
    Jonathon Grado (2014) ©
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Deezer grows streaming market at both ends

Paris-based music streaming service Deezer launched in the US in September 2014. Its premium service Elite – priced at $19.99 – offers a premium challenge to Spotify. Now it’s offering another service for $6 to tackle the low-end market, too.

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