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This article was published on May 19, 2014

    Rdio expands to 9 new countries across Asia and Europe, including Indonesia, Singapore and Greece

    Rdio expands to 9 new countries across Asia and Europe, including Indonesia, Singapore and Greece
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    Subscription music service Rdio is now available in 60 countries after adding 9 new countries across Europe and Asia, Billboard reports. The new markets include: Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Greece, Cyprus, Croatia, Slovakia and Slovenia.

    The new group should add roughly 440 million potential new customers, according to recent census estimates. If you’re an Rdio subscriber, you can celebrate the launch with the company’s 60 countries playlist that pulls music from around the world.

    Update: The expansion has been confirmed by Rdio.

     Rdio Expands To 60 Countries [Rdio blog]