Becoming just the latest online music giant to offer a streaming option to its users, SoundCloud this week announced its own £4.99/mo all-you-can-eat streaming service.
SoundCloud Go arrives as a mid-point between both the service’s free ad-supported plan and SoundCloud Premium, which has now been rebranded to SoundCloud Go+.
Subscribers of the new, cheaper plan can expect the removal of ads, plus the adding of offline support allowing them to take their music libraries and playlists on-the-go.
Those who go the full hog and subscribe to SoundCloud Go+ will see offline listening and no ads or previews, alongside access to the “largest collection of music streaming tracks on the planet,” the company says.
Each of the plans are available with a FREE 30-day trial.
The new offering from the long-running online music service works to undercut that of both Apple Music and Spotify both of whom -barring flash promotions– charge individuals $9.99/£9.99mo for access to their catalogs, and arrives just hours after Google also unveiled its new YouTube TV streaming service at a cost of $35 per month.