Music service TIDAL begins offering free subscriptions

which has a considerable user base in Turkey. TIDAL, made a significant change in the general usage structure. announced.

music service TIDAL, today it started to offer free packages to people in line with the restructuring. This package offers a maximum of 160 kbps AAC quality and contains a few ads.

By the way, the company named its $10 plan, which was previously called “Premium”. HiFi and here 1411 kbps FLAC started to offer quality. Up to $20 per month HiFi Plus was brought. The highest possible quality (Full 9216 kbps at the top) offering high quality on this side MQA, Dolby Atmos and Sony 360 Audio supports are included.

with the last update artists earn more The biggest difference of TIDAL, which has taken an important step for Offers the highest possible sound quality to be. Thanks to this, the service, which especially pleases those who have high-quality headphones, is still among the favorites of audiophiles.

TIDAL could not stand out much in the competition in Turkey.

That’s why the company has Decided to withdraw from Turkey. As of October 14 The official statement from TIDAL to existing users in Turkey about the sad issue was exactly as follows:

“TIDAL will stop providing services in Turkey on 14/10/2021. Users residing in Turkey on this date will no longer be able to access TIDAL.

If you paid for access to TIDAL after 10/14/2021, you may be eligible for a refund. Please contact member support at by 10/31/21 and provide your latest billing date and email associated with your account so we can process your refund request.

Note that refunds can take up to 60 days to process. Your subscription will automatically expire on your last billing date and you will not be charged again. You do not need to take any action for this.

Also, if you have moved from Turkey to another country and want to change the country your account is linked to in order to continue your service, please contact member support at; they can assist you in migrating your account and provide free access for 30 days.

For more information, please visit the FAQ here.”

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