Supermarket chain Aldi is launching a subscription service called Aldi Life today, which gives customers access to the music catalog of Napster.
Known to be competitive, Aldi also sets a lower price for its music service compared to Spotify and Apple Music. The subscription fee is set to euro 7,99 (compared to euro 9,99) for 30 days, which you can cancel per month.
34 Million Songs
Once subscribed, you’ll have access to 34 million songs and various preset playlists, which you can listen to on any device on- and offline.
An app for the service is available on Google Play, Apple Store and the Windows Store, but you can also listen to music using a web player.
Only in Germany
Even though there are Aldi stores in many countries, Aldi Life will premier in Germany only. It is not known whether the service will be available elsewhere.
Nevertheless, it’s interesting to see a supermarket jump on a music streaming service.
Aldi Life (German website)