TIDAL Goes Free For 12 Days Starting This Christmas

Posted: Dec 23 2017, 8:57am CST | by , in News | Technology News

TIDAL Goes Free for 12 Days Starting This Christmas
  • TIDAL Gets into The Holiday Spirit by Offering a 12-days Free Trial

TIDAL makes a splash with a grand 12-day free trial for everyone during which they will release new content

Tis the season and TIDAL is giving all the music lovers a reason to celebrate. In a recent announcement, TIDAL came forth with the news that they will be starting a 12-days free trial for everyone.

That means that anyone can create an account on TIDAL for 12 days with their email address. They are not going to need their credit card. Once they have created an account, they can enjoy all of TIDAL’s content and services, absolutely free of charge.

TIDAL free trial will cover TIDAL’s Hi-Fi tier and its collection of electrifying music. TIDAL also announced that they will be releasing original content and services during the free trial including four new original content series’, interviews, music videos, and documentaries on Rapsody and Trombone Shorty.

The streaming service will also be giving away free concert tickets to subscribers during the free trial. According to TIDAL representatives, this free trial will allow many new users to experience what TIDAL is all about.

Since it has been introduced, it has hosted nearly 40 livestreams, hosted more than 70 events, released 335 original videos and shared more than 40 exclusive tracks, albums and videos with members.

Tony Gervino, Vice President, Culture & Content at TIDAL also gave a statement in which he said that TIDAL has always respected what music represent to fans and they hoped that the fans will be able to appreciate TIDAL services and livestreams.

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