US-based music streaming service MOG will be made available to Brits in the second quarter of this year.
The service was launched in the US in December and offers an All Access package that allows web users to listen to as many tracks as they like from any web browser for $5 (£3.20) per month
MOG also offers the ability to create playlists and read more than 1,000 music blogs covering everything from pop to jazz to blues to country.
UK users of the music streaming service will have access to a catalogue of seven million tracks, from the four major labels; Universal, Sony, Warner Music Group and EMI, as well as hundreds of independent labels including Beggars Group, INgrooves and IODA.
"MOG All Access is the best listening experience possible because we deliver the best on-demand experience, the best radio and the best tools to discover new music," said David Hyman, founder and CEO of MOG.
"The response to MOG All Access among US music fans has been fantastic, and we're excited to begin rolling out the service internationally, starting with the UK."
MOG also revealed its free trial, which doesn't require credit card details to be entered, has been extended from one to three days.
MOG did not reveal UK pricing for the service.
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