SA music lovers can now go to the 'NXT LVL' with Deezer deals

2016-12-09 15:01

Cape Town - Deezer, one of the world’s leading digital music streaming services available in over 180 countries, is making access to the largest and most diverse music catalogue in the world even easier for South Africans.
Launched in South Africa in 2013, Deezer remains the easiest way for all music lovers to stream their favourite tunes and podcasts, on any mobile device or computer 24/7. 
Deezer’s unique Flow feature is a personalised soundtrack tool that, based on a unique algorithm, and created by people who love music, learns what you like to listen to, then scours over 43 million songs to create a stream that mixes personalized recommendations with your music.
Deezer’s country-specific music editors also curate localised content and playlists, providing a platform for South African fans to find both rising and top Mzansi artists really easily. 

Deezer Premium+ is available from, and also allows users to download their favourite tracks in an Offline mode. This means that Deezer doesn’t unnecessarily eat into your data.
There’s more good news, if you’re a Vodacom subscriber. Special Deezer deals are currently available to Vodacom RED and Vodacom NXT LVL customers.
New or upgrading Vodacom RED customers will receive six months of Deezer Premium+ free.

Vodacom customers who register for NXT LVL will receive Deezer Freemium, with an option to upgrade to Deezer Premium+ for R29.99 per month.  NXT LVL users also have access to the exclusive NXT LVL channel, packed full of exclusive playlists and other music features.
“Just like a cellphone, music is such an important part of our daily lives, it’s hard to imagine going anywhere without it,” says Deezer Head of African Operations Gillian Ezra. “Deezer will allow Vodacom users to join the world of streaming and enjoy the over 43 million track Deezer catalogue on the go, in the gym, or at home with their smartphones”.
More information on the Vodacom RED and NXT LVL Deezer deals can be found here.

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