HitsNL launches streaming music service for Netherlands

Friday 20 November 2015 | 10:25 CET | News
The new streaming music service HitsNL has launched in the Netherlands. For EUR 3.99 per month, customers receive unlimited access to a library of music from all the Dutch recording companies, or around 250,000 tracks. The first month is offered free. HitsNL works on the web and on mobile apps, and music can also be saved for offline listening. Users will also gain access to exclusive offers for concert tickets and meeting artists. The service was started by Tom Peters, director of music label NRGY Music. He told Entertainment Business that the initial focus will be on growing awareness of

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Categories: Internet
Companies: HitsNL / Spotify / Telecompaper / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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