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Sonos To Add MOG To List Of Available Music Streaming Services This Spring

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Are you a MOG user in proud possession of a Sonos Multi-Room Music System? Let me make you a happy man or woman: US-based MOG users will have access to the company’s on-demand music service through Sonos later this spring, the companies jointly announced this morning.

With the addition of MOG, and recently Rdio and Spotify, the list of available music services is beginning to look like a very appealing offer for most anyone (the list also includes Last.fm, Napster, Pandora, Rhapsody, SiriusXM, among others).

MOG will offer Sonos customers high-quality sound, streamed at 320kbps, on-demand and ad-free, as well as its patent-pending “MOG Mobius” music discovery engine, which enables users to switch between “artist-only” radio stations or a full mix of similar artists.

The company says it will offer a 14-day free trial to all new and existing Sonos customers after which users can sign up for its $9.99-per-month ‘Primo’ subscription plan.