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You can cancel any time, including before the first normal-sized bill arrives. If you want to keep going after the promo ends, the standard plan costs $9.99 per month and the HiFi plan is $19.99 per month. Students and military personnel get a 50% or 40% discount respectively.
Tidal is a music streaming service that offers unlimited access to over 60 million songs and over 250,000 videos. Basically, if you can think of a song, there’s an extremely good chance you can stream it. You can create your own playlists or peruse the many playlists curated by musicians and Tidal’s music editors.
The main thing that sets Tidal apart from competitors like Spotify and Amazon Music Unlimited is its selection of high-fidelity music. If you care about getting the highest possible sound quality, you’ll appreciate the lossless, master-quality tracks on offer here in the HiFi plan.
But even if standard fidelity if fine with you, you’ll find pretty much any song available to stream at a moment’s notice on desktop or mobile. And since it only costs $4 for four months of the service, it’s worth a listen.
Chris Reed is IGN’s shopping and commerce editor. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.
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