Services|September 14, 2011| Author: James Johnson|Tags:

MOG Announces Free Ad-Supported Version Of Their On-Demand Music Service

MOG Music Streaming Service

MOG on Wednesday announced a new free, ad-supported version of their on-demand music service which is being made available through MOG.com at 6:00am PDT on Thursday, September 15.

Using the system users can access more than 11 million songs in every genre imaginable, enjoying instant access to music with no need to install a separate application.

New users to the system will also receive 60 days ad-free to test out the system and better understand if an ad-free version is more appealing for their lifestyle.

According to MOG the system is based off a system called FreePlay which acts as a “refillable tank” that uses game mechanics to enable free music use.

Users gain access to continued free service by:

“simply by listening, sharing with friends and exploring MOG. The FreePlay tank showcases how much free music a user has along with “earn music” and “upgrade” links that provide listeners the opportunity to earn more music, or upgrade to MOG Primo, a subscription plan that includes unlimited, ad-free music, and access to MOG via mobile devices, consumer electronic and streaming entertainment devices, and soon, the car.”

Users wanting to skip the free ad-supported service can choose one of the two following plans:

  • MOG Basic, $4.99 per month: Access to MOG on online via MOG’s web players or desktop client for Mac OS and through CE devices including Boxee, Roku, LG Internet connected TVs & Blu-ray players.
  • MOG Primo, $9.99 per month: Access to MOG through mobile devices (iPhone, iPod touch and Android), online via MOG’s web players or desktop client for Mac OS) via Sonos and through all Basic platforms (Boxee, Roku, LG Internet connected TVs & Blu-ray players).
Will you be giving MOG’s free ad-supported system a trial run?