Samsung recently launched their new Music Hub in Europe, and they have now also launched the service in the IS, and it is now available with Samsung’s Galaxy S III smartphones.
The Samsung Music Hub will give you access to over 19 million tracks which can be streamed direct to your handset, there is also a cloud service that comes with 100GB of storage and works in a similar way to iTunes Match.
There are a free and paid version of the Samsung Music Hub, and the paid version will set you back $9.99 a month, for this you can upload your music to the 100GB of storage and stream it to your device, and you can also stream tunes from the 19 million songs available.
The service seems to be compatible with a couple of the US carriers at the moment, which include AT&T and US Cellular, at the moment the service is not available on T-Mobile or Verizon.
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