42% of Norwegians now have access to a streaming music service, up from 33% six months ago. That’s according to a survey by Norstat, conducted in December and commissioned by Aspiro Music, whose WiMP service is available there. Among under-30s, 75% have access to a streaming music service, although there’s a caveat to both the big stats – ‘the question “has access to” is comparable to access to Internet or TV and does not necessarily transfer to number of users or subscribers’. However, the survey reveals that a quarter of people with access now use a paid service – which we think means that 10.5% of Norwegians are paying for streaming music.Read more: http://tinyurl.com/5t8rlnn

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