All good things must come to an end. Samsung’s Milk Music service is no different. In fact, it was sort of given that this day was coming. Samsung will be splitting Milk Music into Basic Service and Premium Service packages. Basic Service keeps everything free, but has advertisements prior to a song playing. The Premium Service package keeps everything ad-free with some unannounced exclusive features. This, however, costs $3.99 per month.
No one can really blame Samsung as the music streaming field is insanely competitive and crowded. So finding a way to monetize the whole entire system was expected. It just depends at what price, if any, will users pay for an ad-free experience.
Do you pay for any music streaming services?
Source: The Next Web