Online streaming music services such as Spotify and Amazon Music have changed the way we listen. There's no need to buy CDs any more. Just summon up the track or album you want, and it streams instantly on your PC, phone or smart speaker.
Streaming service Tidal, while not as well known as the big names, has a library of more than 40 million tracks. And unlike the others, offers lossless streaming. This means that the audio files are bit-for-bit copies of the CD tracks, without being compressed in order to avoid using so much internet bandwidth.
Tidal normally costs around $20 a month for lossless streaming, and $10 for standard. But if you've never used Tidal before, or never used any online music streaming before, here's your chance to check it out for free.
Starting on Christmas day, for 12 days, Tidal is completely free. You won't even need a credit card number to get the trial. So if you want to listen to top-quality music over Christmas, or for your New Year's Eve party, here's a good way to get as much as you can handle.
Check out www.tidal.com from 25 December until January 6th.
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