Qobuz Announces New "Family Plan"—Up to Six Members Per Account: $24.99/Month

Qobuz, the Hi-Res streaming and download service, just launched a "family plan" that allows up to six members per account for $24.99 per month—or $10 more a month than the current "solo" plan.

According to the press release, the new pricing plan is "... the best way for families to all learn about and listen to the best quality music. Everybody deserves a chance to experience lossless (CD quality) and Hi-Res music for themselves. Most music fans simply do not know what they have been missing. Qobuz Family offers more than 50 million tracks including music in every genre. The service’s integrated articles, performer and production credits, original reviews, and expert playlists give the listener context that makes the music experience more immersive. For music lovers and audiophiles that have been struggling to get their families to join the current Hi-Res music revolution, the Family Plan - at just $10/month more than an individual subscription - is the answer."

The Qobuz Family option applies to both plans available, Studio Premier and Sublime+: Studio Premier, which allows unlimited streaming in up to 24-bit / 192 kHz, will be free for the first month (new customers only) then $24.99/month for up to six household members ($269.99 annually with no free trial).

Sublime+, which also allows Hi-Res unlimited streaming and offers discounted Hi-Res downloads, will be $499.99/year for up to six household members with no free trial.

Any current Qobuz customer will have the option of upgrading to a family plan. When someone purchases a family plan subscription, they will be able to invite up to five other household members to join the plan with independent memberships that can be used simultaneously. Each family member can manage their individual favorites, playlists, listening history, and settings.

For more information and to sign up or change plans click click here.

DietChapstick's picture

Last time I tried Qobuz their Windows 10 Software and Android app would not work whatsoever. Garbage that was not ready for prime time. Have they fixed anything yet, or is it still the same buggy crap?

ifthenwhy's picture

Too. Much. Money.

sheepshank's picture

I was going to sign up for a family account, but then when I registered the price miraculously changed to 24.99 GBP. Must be the extra expense in shipping those heavy files by air mail.... back to google music I guess...