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# Your Say
Poll: Do you pay for music?
Or do you see it as a free commodity?

JAY-Z HOPES TO ‘re-establish the value of music’ with Tidal, his new streaming service.

Tidal will be similar to Spotify, but more expensive and with better audio quality.

Although its established rival is popular, only a minority of its customers are actually paid subscribers – 15 million out of a total of 60 million as many people have started to see music as a ‘free commodity’.

We want to know about you: Do you pay for music?

Poll Results:

No, Never (4502)
Yes, few times a year (2997)
Yes, monthly (2459)
Yes, weekly (284)

Read: Will Tidal save music? Here’s the reaction to its launch so far >