Slacker Adds $10 Premium Radio Service
May 17, 2011, 7:32 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Slacker Radio today announced an expansion of its service offering. In addition to its basic, ad-supported radio and $3.99/month Slacker Radio Plus services, it now also includes Slacker Radio Premium for $9.99 per month. This new service provides all the same features of the other two, but adds full control over Slacker's library of music. Slacker Radio Premium subscribers will be able to enjoy ad-free listening, unlimited song skips, news radio, complete lyrics and the ability to store stations and playlists on their mobile phone. It also lets users listen to any artist, album, playlist, or genre at any time, create radio stations containing a single artist, and listen to albums from start to finish, and create finely detailed playlists — all of which can be cached on mobile devices for offline use. Slacker didn't immediately what devices the mobile component of Slacker Radio Premium works with.
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