Digitally Imported (www.di.fm) is a premium electronic and dance radio service with many streams for listeners to choose from. While the music service itself is free for everyone, there's the option to upgrade to premium should you wish to enjoy better quality audio, no advertisements, over 55 channels and more. Today, the company has announced a forthcoming price increase for new subscribers starting on March 1st.
If you fail to subscribe to DI.FM or let your account lapse, the new price to upgrade to premium is $7 a month or $70 a year. The current price is $4.99 ($49 a year), making this a slight increase of $2 a month. If you're already on premium, relax as you'll not be affected by the new pricing. Also, the increase hasn't yet taken place, so be sure to grab DI.FM premium while it's slightly cheaper.
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