Aldi Are Starting A Streaming Service

The discount food retailer is launching the cheapest streaming service yet.

Tired of Spotify and Beats 1 eating a tenner or more out of your account a month?

Never fear, as everyone’s favourite discount cheese retailer, Aldi, is launching a rival streaming service. The rather unimaginatively-titled Aldi Life Musik, will grant users access to newly legal Napster’s full catalogue.

Napster, FYI, was bought out in 2008 after being declared bankrupt following a liquidation of its assets.

Life Musik will currently be made available in Germany, where it will cost about £5.88 per month to use. It boasts 34 million songs and 100,000 audio books, and will come with a 30 day free trial.

Nothing has been said about it heading over to the UK, but seeing as Aldi has fast become a staple favourite of the budget shopper, we’d be interested to see how it fares in an already saturated market.

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Written by Tamara Roper

29 Sep 2015