Last month, Pandora revealed a new tier in its paid subscriptions called Pandora Plus. As of today, it's available to everyone. Pandora Plus replaces Pandora One. For $US4.99 ($7)/month you get ad-free music with unlimited skips, offline listening and replays. If you already have a Pandora One subscription, it will automatically convert to Pandora Plus. The service also comes alongside a new logo, so don't be surprised if the icon has a bit of a new look as well.
Pandora Plus, The Ad-Free, Unlimited Skip Service, Is Now Available To All
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