Do you use Qobuz? If you do and want the ability to have multiple accounts from one subscription, Qobuz DUO makes that a possibility. I can’t speak for other members of the team, but I use Qobuz 75% of the time at this point and I’m very close to leaving TIDAL because of the degree of album replication and because I’m starting to use Spotify more — thanks kids.
Qobuz has just announced the following new option if you opt for DUO.
From the press release:
The only platform to offer both streaming and download in high resolution, Qobuz is launching a new offer to kick off 2022 for all music lovers: QOBUZ DUO allows two people living under the same roof using separate accounts to benefit from the same subscription.
DUO plans start at $14.99 per month (with annual single payment), only $4.16 more than the individual subscription. QOBUZ DUO is a new offering, in addition to the SOLO and FAMILY subscriptions already available.
There are two versions of DUO available:
- Unlimited streaming with QOBUZ STUDIO
- Unlimited streaming and download discounts with QOBUZ SUBLIME
Subscribers will also be able to create collaborative playlists and listen to their music anytime without interruption on a wide range of high fidelity audio devices and equipment.
“We are happy to unveil QOBUZ DUO. This offer has been long awaited by our customers, audiophiles and music lovers eager to share their passion for music with one of their family. They will now be able to share a unique and high-quality music experience, all at an advantageous price. ” declares Georges Fornay, Deputy CEO of Qobuz.
For more information: qobuz.com