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Music service Deezer hits 22 more countries in emerging market hotspots

Well, Deezer is certainly on a roll. The music streaming service announced recently that it is now available in a massive 128 countries worldwide, after adding in another 22 emerging market countries to its growing coverage map this week.
Now people living in the Middle East and parts of Africa, South America and Asia will be able to access Deezer's catalogue of over 20-million songs via its website and various mobile apps.

The French music service is now available in Algeria, Bahrain, Brazil, Egypt, Hong Kong, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Republic of Korea, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Taiwan, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, Venezuela and Yemen. Deezer CEO Axel Dauchez said the new regions offer "hugely exciting growth potential for our service."

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