Global music subscription service Deezer is bringing unlimited music to Asia this week, as the service launches in Thailand, rapidly followed by Singapore and Malaysia. Subsequent launches in Indonesia and the Philippines are expected within the coming weeks.
The arrival of Deezer in the region is set to change the way people listen to music. With more than 18 million tracks available at the click of a button across all devices including iPhones, Android phones, Blackberries, laptops, tablets and wireless Hi-Fi speakers, music will now be accessible to music fans in Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia in more ways than ever before.
Deezer will exist as both a standalone service in the three markets and through key partner dtac in Thailand. The new partnership with dtac, one of the region’s leading telecommunications operators, build on Deezer’s successful business model which has seen it partner with telecommunications networks such as Orange, T-Mobile and Belgacom elsewhere.