Less than two weeks after inking a deal with Sony, SoundCloud has unveiled its subscription service: SoundCloudGo. The new subscription service is now available in the United States for $9.99 a month ($12.99 for iOS), and it comes with three major perks.

Introducing SoundCloud Go

Introducing #SoundCloudGo. Offline listening. No ads. Even more tracks. Get the first 30 days free. $9.99/month after that. https://soundcloud.com/go

Posted by SoundCloud on Tuesday, March 29, 2016

The streaming platform which already boasts 125 million tracks is promising an expanded catalog so subscribers can enjoy even more music. Subscribers will not only be able to enjoy their music ad-free, but they will also be able to listen offline. Whether driving through the mountains or flying 30,000 feet up in the air, subscribers will still be able to stream music with their Soundcloud app.

Users can sign up to try out the new SoundCloudGo with a free, 30-day trial. Head over to https://soundcloud.com/go to start yours now. For those not looking to pay, SoundCloud will still have a free service that can be used when you're online as long as you are cool with ads.

Ad-free music is always nice, but it's nothing new in the streaming world. Easy offline listening, however, may be where SoundCloud gains an edge over competitors like Spotify. Subscribers will be able to automatically stream all liked tracks and playlists SoundCloud, whereas you have to choose to download playlists on Spotify.

Will you be subscribing? Tell us what you think about the subscription service in the comments!

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