After Spotify, it is Deezer’s turn to increase the prices of its different plans in France. The new price list came into effect on September 21, 2023.
After Disney+, Amazon Music and Spotify, it’s Deezer’s turn to a new increase in prices in France. Indeed, the French streaming service has just made it official on September 21, 2023.
According to the platform, this price increase is essential for “better promote music streaming and continue the continuous improvement of its platform and the fan experience”. Please note that all offers offered by Deezer are affected.
Deezer increases its prices in France, it’s official
Here are the details of the new prices announced:
- Deezer Premium: 2 months free then €11.99 per month
- Deezer Family: 2 months free then €19.99 per month
To try to make things easier, Deezer would like to point out that it offers reductions, particularly on the annual Premium subscription, which allows you to save 25%: €107.99 per year instead of €143.88. €.
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Three increases in 3 years at Deezer
Over the past three years, Deezer has increased its prices, particularly on the Family plan. Displayed at €14.99 in 2020, its price then increased in February 2022 to reach €17.99. Today, you will have to pay almost twenty euros to continue to benefit from this offer (6 independent accounts, High Fidelity sound included). De facto, note that Deezer’s Premium offer becomes the most expensive on the marketbehind Apple Music and Spotify (€10.99/month for both competitors).
According to Deezerthe new prices have come into force since September 21, 2023 for any new Premium and Family subscription taken out in France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy. For users who already subscribe, the price change will take effect at the earliest during the first billing period, i.e. after October 24, 2023.
As a reminder, this new increase (the second in less than 2 years) is part of a recent phenomenon of generalized inflation of streaming services : “streamflation”. In recent months, Disney+, Spotify, Paramount, Netflix, Amazon Music and now Deezer have all announced an increase in their prices, in France and other countries around the world. After a golden period during the pandemic, the bellows are falling again today. To avoid losing users, these services do not hesitate to set up cheaper packages containing advertisements in particular.