Music streaming service Simfy is making its way to South Africa.
The service, akin to popular streaming website Spotify, has already established a presence in Europe.
Selected users are already able to log into the service, however, the general public will need to wait until 27 August to check out the website.
Simfy boasts 18 million tracks from major record labels, including Sony Music, EMI, Universal, Warner Music Group, The Orchard and more. The company is also adding 500 000 new tracks monthly, a press statement read.
Users can download an unspecified amount of music for offline listening, while mobile apps for iOS, BlackBerry and Android let you tune in on the go.
The service is set to cost R60 per month and users that pre-register stand a chance to win one of 100 free six-month subscriptions.
With the exception of companies like Jango and Nokia, online music hasn't been available locally, with Spotify and other services avoiding SA.