updated - January 26, 2020 Sunday EST
The time when Samsung's Milk streaming music service offered the program at no cost and excluded ads from the program for consumers might be wrapping up.
According to Tech Radar, a just released illustration shows two types of services the company is reportedly separating into single options.
One of the plans is the Basic Service which people can use for no charge except for the inclusion of advertisements.
Samsung is reportedly going to call the second plan Premium Service and include additions that the company has not revealed details about yet.
Consumers will be able to choose from the basic service with advertisements or to fund the $3.99 price to not have advertisements and extra never before seen attributes.
"Milk introduces a fresh approach to music that reflects our innovation leadership and our focus on creating best-in-class consumer experiences," Gregory Lee, president and CEO of Samsung Telecommunications America and Samsung Electronics North America said in a statement in a press release when the service was launched March 7. "We're offering consumers amazing, rich music experiences built around what matters most to them and their lifestyle."
Samsung's Milk Music service library consists of 13 million tracks and 200 separate music stations Tech Radar reported. This compares to Spotify's 20 million tracks, which it declared on its fifth anniversary Oct. 7.
The music app program started in Sweden, and before distribution in the country along with France, Great Britain, Spain, Finland, Norway according to information on the Spotify website.
Milk is available for download through Google Play via the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Mega, and Galaxy S4 mini technological devices the press release reported. Consumers with Samsung's Galaxy S5 also have the service.
This includes those in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and many areas of Asia.
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