Samsung will launch Music Hub, the latest subscription music service to hit Australia, on October 17 on the Samsung Galaxy S II.
Samsung Music Hub allows users to access over 3 million tracks straight to their smartphone, smart TV, Galaxy tablet and smart blu-ray home theatre system. It downloads as an app to the devices.
The Australian service has been designed specifically for the Australian market. It is unique from other services in that it features the “follow-me” capability allowing up to four Samsung compatible devices to access music videos on Samsung smart TV, Smart Blu-ray and home theatre systems.
The system works on both Mac and PC.
The service will cost $9.99 a month for mobile use and $14.99 for Premium access on up to four devices.
After the Galaxy S II launch, the service will become available on other Samsung devices over November and December.
Existing owners of the Galaxy S II will be given a two-month free trial.