Jan 13 2014, 12:12pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
Beats Music and AT&T have announced a tie up that will make it affordable for families on AT&T to get all the music they want. The service on AT&T will kick off on January 21. It will be available for users on Family plans with up to five people on a plan and up to ten devices.
The Beats music service will offer unlimited music streaming and downloads for offline listening. The Beats music catalog has over 20 million songs and offers a curated listening experience as well. AT&T will also give people on family accounts 90-days of free access to the service so they can try it out.
The Beats Music service will cost $14.99 monthly. Each member of the family plan can stream their own music and download their own tunes. AT&T wireless users not on a family plan can also get access to Beats Music for $9.99 monthly with the same features and a free 30-day trial.
“We’re excited to be able to offer our breakthrough service through the nation’s premier mobile service,” said Ian Rogers, Beats Music CEO. “This exclusive collaboration will allow Beats Music to lead the music streaming category by making the benefits of a premium experience available to the biggest audience. Thanks to AT&T’s commitment to an integrated approach with Beats Music, this is an affordable way for everyone in the family to enjoy the right music that’s right for them.”
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