Music streaming service Deezer has added a new function to their Family offer, and are giving away a six-month subscription for you to try it out. Deezer has more than 56 million tracks and playlists and songs, so you’ll never be short of something amazing to listen to.
I read a stat that streaming audio in South Africa has increased by more than 70% since lockdown, and it really is an amazing companion during work, exercise, leisure and, as I’ve recently been experiencing, cleaning house.
Deezer’s new offering is great for families. Instead of the primary family member holding the account details, and everyone logging in with those details, now ever household member can log in to their own independent account, under one Family plan.
How it works
If you’re the main account holder, you can still easily create new profiles for your household members. But now your whole family has more flexibility. You can invite a member of your family to join your Deezer Family plan, with an independent account* and their own login details. This works both if they already have an account or if they’re about to join Deezer for the first time.
Signing up for a new Family account is easy. Just go to the Family account page and take it from there.
* Only Deezer Free accounts can be added to a Family subscription. Users who have a paid subscription will have to modify their account first.
Good to know: other Deezer features:
Find new tracks with Shuffle Mode
• Get personaliwed recommendations and explore new music styles with Flow
• Listen to any playlist you want or create your own
• Add the tracks you love to your music collection in a single tap with Favorites
• Organise your new music by artist or genre
• Share your personal playlists and favorite tracks with others
• Discover podcasts, radio stations, and audio channels
To win a free six-month Deezer subscription, just comment below, and your name will go into the draw.
This giveaway ends on Friday 24 July 2020 at 11am. The winner will be announced on the Rattle and Mum Facebook page, and then emailed.