Streaming music service has announced plans to junk its ad-supported model in all markets except for the UK, US and Germany. Everywhere else, it will now charge €3 a month for its Radio service, although features like scrobbling, recommendations and videos will remain free. Plans to introduce just such a premium subscription model were announced more than a year ago, but it remains open to question just how much money it’ll generate, given that it’s not being deployed (yet) in’s three biggest markets. The price point does make’s service considerably cheaper than Spotify’s premium version, although Spotify’s basic version and We7 remain free to access.

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