26 Mar 2014

Last.fm Shuts Down Its Radio Streaming Service

By Romain Dillet at TechCrunch:

Music discovery company Last.fm  announced that it will end its subscription radio streaming service on April 28th.

The radio service is currently available in the U.K., the U.S. and Germany with a freemium model. For $3/€3/£3, users can access Last.fm radio on their phones and get an ad-free experience. The streaming service is also available in Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Brazil, but without the free ad-supported membership. Paid users can request a refund.

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