Spotify streaming media market to seize the Japanese $9.73 a month to listen to the song roxane hayward

Spotify streaming media market to seize the Japanese $9.73 a month to listen to the song source: global network [global technology reporter Li Zongze] according to the "Wall Street journal" reported on September 29th, Sweden Spotify AB (SPOFY.YY) to join the ranks of other online music providers, trying to open the Japanese market. In Japan, the disc is still the mainstream. The world’s largest music streaming service company, 29, announced that it will provide music streaming services in Japan, two. Is an ad free service; another service without advertising, a monthly fee of 980 yen ($9.73). No matter what service, users can enjoy more than 40 million songs, but pay services to provide better sound quality, including many privileges. Spotify announced earlier this month that 40 million paid users. In June this year, the company’s active users reached 100 million. Spotify’s competitors in Japan include Apple Corp’s Apple Music, Alphabet’s Google Play Music, as well as short messaging applications such as Line Line Music local services. The size of the Japanese music market after the United States last year, sales of about 300 billion yen ($2 billion 800 million), but according to the Japanese Record Association (Recording Industry Association of Japan), the digital music downloads and streaming music service sales accounted for only about 16%.相关的主题文章: