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Old 30-12-2018, 08:09 PM   #16
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If go for tidal, must get the hi rez one then make sense?

How much is it?
Depends on how well your ears can hear the difference between the Premium and HiFi (Lossless audio) it kind of depends on the type of music you're listening to in order to be able to hear the difference.

For pricing.
If you're Singtel mobile customer, you can sign up thru them for S$15.90 per month on 12 months contract, or the Tidal Premium with first 2 months for $1 at singtelmusic.com

If you sign up online directly with Tidal, it's USD19.90 monthly, S$28.06 as of 30 Dec according to Visa, you can get a $0.99 fr 3 months trial direct from their site.
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Old 31-12-2018, 12:19 PM   #17
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Depends on how well your ears can hear the difference between the Premium and HiFi (Lossless audio) it kind of depends on the type of music you're listening to in order to be able to hear the difference.

For pricing.
If you're Singtel mobile customer, you can sign up thru them for S$15.90 per month on 12 months contract, or the Tidal Premium with first 2 months for $1 at singtelmusic.com

If you sign up online directly with Tidal, it's USD19.90 monthly, S$28.06 as of 30 Dec according to Visa, you can get a $0.99 fr 3 months trial direct from their site.
The tidal account signed thru singtel is only on a 12 month contract and can't continue past 12 months assume I continue to use the same line keep the w/o contract running?

Can sign this app with non contract sim plans?
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Old 15-01-2019, 11:29 PM   #18
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tidal does not seem to have alot of songs leh.... like i search jay chou only afew songs and hard to find chinese songs they do not take in han yu pin yin as search. =(
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Old 16-01-2019, 08:12 AM   #19
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TIDAL is mostly for English songs. They don't have a lot of Asian content.


Not a problem for me since I primarily listen to jazz
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Old 16-01-2019, 10:42 AM   #20
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That why, hopefully some company come out with English, Chinese, Thai, Vietnam, Japanese, Korean songs that is Hi-Fi quality.
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