As of today, Sonos customers have access to music from JB HiFi’s Now music service.
Sonos’ approach to wireless audio is two-fold: the first involves great sounding speakers, while the second focuses on music.
The company’s speakers already have access to MOG’s cloud catalogue, and now they’ll be tapping into JB HiFi’s Now service.
The service has a growing catalogue of 6 million songs, and a subscriber’s account will share your music library from one device to the next.
Although a cloud streaming service, the clever system is capable of background WiFi caching for music playback when you don’t have access to an internet connection. It’s also rich in a variety of social features, listing the songs your friends are listening to and sharing pre-made mix tapes.
“We are very excited to have this well implemented music service on our platform,” said Niv Novak, MD of Sonos Australia.
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Pricing for JB HiFi Now on Sonos systems will start from $10 a month, but prospective users should give the one month free trial a shot.