Music streaming site Deezer reveals plans for Nigerian market, announces new price regime

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Music streaming site Deezer has announced its plans for the Nigerian market as music continues to be an important part of our daily lives.

Ralph Pighin, Senior Vice President Europe, Asia and Africa at Deezer in a statement said that the plan is for all music fans in Nigeria to have the best of both worlds.

According to him, whether it’s supporting local artists or discovering global artists, there’s something for just about everyone.

He said; “We want all music fans in Nigeria to have the best of both worlds. Whether it’s supporting local artists or discovering global artists, there’s something for just about everyone. Now, with our new affordable price, Nigerians have more reason to hit play and turn up the volume.”

Deezer which is in available 180 countries and connects 16 million monthly active users around the world to 73 million tracks, also announced its new subscription tiers.

The music streaming site (which was the most expensive streaming platform in Nigeria) is lowering the price of its monthly subscription fees, and changing the currency from USD to NGN.

“Deezer subscribers in Nigeria will continue to have unlimited access to our global library of 73 million tracks from around the world,” Ralph said.

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