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Deezer lowers its subscription fees in Nigeria, abandons USD for Naira

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Global audio streaming service Deezer is lowering the price of its monthly subscription fees, and changing the currency from USD to NGN just days after Spotify announced its launch on the continent. 

According to Ralph Pighin, SVP Europe, Asia and Africa at Deezer, “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’s new prices are as follows:

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  • Deezer Premium, 900 NGN
  • Deezer HiFi, 1400 NGN
  • Deezer Family, 1400 NGN

Paying Deezer subscribers in Nigeria will continue to have unlimited access to its global library of 73 million tracks from around the world with popular playlists such as Naija HeatNew Nigeria and Afrobeats.

Deezer’s PremiumFamily or HiFi packages offer uninterrupted, ad-free experience including:

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  • Flow, an endless music stream created just for you. You’ll hear a mix of familiar favourites as well as recommendations for new tracks.
  • Lyrics on the go lets you follow and sing along to your favourite tracks wherever you are
  • Songcatcher, our in-app feature that identifies unknown tracks and lets you add them directly to your library
  • Offline listening, so that you can download all the music you want without using data.

Launched in 2007 and headquartered in Paris, Deezer connects 16 million monthly active users around the world to 73 million tracks and is available in over 180 countries worldwide. Deezer is available for smartphones, tablets, PC, laptops, home sound systems, connected cars or smart TV.

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Milcah Lukhanyu
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