Samsung will continue offering Milk Music streaming service
Samsung Electronics and Soribada have decided to continue providing the real-time Milk Music streaming service for free.
The tech company said yesterday that it plans to continue services for Milk subscribers and to support the local music industry. Since Sept. 24, Samsung Electronics has been providing free access to more than 3.6 million songs, along with Soribada.
However, the company said it will charge for its premium services starting in the first quarter of next year, and some of the music streamed on Milk will include advertisements.
Soribada, which managed Milk, said it will try to smooth out its differences with the Korea Music Copyright Association, which on Monday announced it was canceling its contract with Soribada.
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