Rdio upgrades family plans to allow up to 5 people

By , Jun 25, 2013

Rdio Family Plans (teaser 001)

The popular Internet-based radio service, Rdio, today announced it has refreshed its subscription plans for families to allow up to five people on a single plan. Previously, only three people on a family plan were allowed to use the service. The online radio service has also amended its pricing to reflect these changes, offering a $17 saving for a family of five compared to individual plans…

Rdio explains in a blog post that a main account holder simply adds sub-accounts to his or her subscription. This allows each family member to have their own Rdio Unlimited account.

Individual sub-accounts can build their own Collection, playlists, network of followers and more, without having to share their personalized settings with other sub-accounts.

Here are the new tiers:

• Two accounts cost $17.99 per month
• Three accounts cost $22.99 per month
• Four members cost $27.99 per month
• Five members cost $32.99 per month

If you’re a paid Rdio customer (I use Spotify in conjunction with iTunes Radio), these prices should pique your interest – not just for the savings, but because it’s much more convenient for your family to use a single shared plan.

Do you stream your music via Rdio?

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  • Gorgonphone

    Umm paying for music? no thanks..lol

    • Damian W

      Paying for Radio…something that was free since its beginning. They must be arrogant or slightly inclined towards retardation.

  • rosssimpson

    I tried rdio out for a month and I wasted £9.99! You can’t import existing audio files, their library is limited to what competitors such as spotify offer, and most popular tracks which you’d expect to be able to listen to, often come up as not available in my country. Highly disappointed as I’m living in the UK and I can’t listen to UK bands without being in the US? Pointless!