Milk Music Arrives in Australia, Offers Premium Paid Option At $3.99 A Month

Milk Music Arrives in Australia, Offers Premium Paid Option At $3.99 A Month
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Milk Music, Samsung’s streaming internet radio service, is now available in Australia.


The streaming service offers the owners of Galaxy phones free songs. But a new upgrade – a paid premium option at $3.99 a month – has arrived which brings along several new features. Owners of devices compatible with the streaming service can upgrade to the paid premium option. According to Gizmodo, Milk Music is available in the following phones:

Samsung Galaxy S III
Samsung Galaxy S 4
Samsung Galaxy S 5
Samsung Galaxy S 6
Samsung Galaxy S edge
Samsung Galaxy S edge+
Samsung Galaxy Note II
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4
Samsung Galaxy Tab S
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition)
Samsung Galaxy Gear S5

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One of the most attractive features of the upgrade is offline listening. With this, as many as 25 stations can be cached when users aren’t receiving a stable and reliable data connection. While users can skip only a limited number of songs in the free version, the paid premium option allows unlimited skipping of songs.

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The free version of Milk Music was launched by Samsung Australia in February 2015. It is now “introducing a premium service to give our customers access to high audio quality and the ability to enjoy music offline,” Prasad Gokhale, vice president of Samsung’s mobile division, said.

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