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Choosing your LISTENTO subscription plan





Here’s a breakdown of each of the LISTENTO subscription plans, with all of the relevant information you’ll need to choose the right subscription plan for your needs.



We currently offer four subscription plans for LISTENTO. These are:


Listento Standard Monthly


– $9.99 billed monthly ($119.88 billed across the year)
– Stream to up to 10 listeners simultaneously



Listento Standard Plus Monthly


– $19.99 billed monthly ($239.88 billed across the year)
– Stream to up to 150 listeners simultaneously
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Listento Standard Yearly 


– $100 billed annually (works out at $8.33 per month)
– Stream to up to 10 listeners simultaneously
– Save 20% compared to the Listento Standard Monthly plan



Listento Standard Plus Yearly


– $200 billed annually (works out at $16.67 per month)
– Stream to up to 150 listeners simultaneously
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– Save $39.88 compared to Listento Standard Plus Monthly plan.



If you need any further assistance in choosing a plan, get in touch with our team.

Neil Dowd
Author: Neil Dowd

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