Deezer, a music streaming service in the mould of Spotify, today announced it's expansion into further territories around the world. Currently in 46 European countries and 130 worldwide, Deezer is looking to build on its 20 million users, which they offer 15 million tracks from over 2,000 labels to by launching in the Canadian, Australian and New Zealand markets. This ties in with their previously stated goal of being available in 200 countries by the middle of this calendar year.
The number 1 streaming site in France, Deezer is similar to Spotify in that, likewise, it too has a tiered service. People can sign up for free to listen to selected music or can have opt for a middle tier that allows access via a Mac or PC's browser or can go all-in to provide access on smartphones and tablets, a service which ties in excellently with their partnerships with Orange and T-Mobile in the UK and Belacom in Belgium.
Ditto Music provide Deezer as a streaming site to be distributed to and in line with our agreement with them every artist who has requested to be sent to them previously will now have their music available via their service to music listeners in the new territories of New Zealand, Australia and Canada.