24-7 Entertainment has announced that its Juke subscription service will be launching in 13 Eastern European countries through a deal with Muzzia. The service will be rebranded as Muzzia and operate independently from the existing Juke offering. “Eastern Europe is a very exciting and relatively untapped market but it requires local expertise so we are very pleased to have found such an experienced and reliable partner as Muzzia to launch the streaming service,” says 24-7 boss Frank Taubert. It’ll be free for 30 days, and will then switch to the equivalent of €4.50 a month subscription. Hungary is the first country to get the new service.

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