Deezer for all
Deezer launched its music streaming service for the second time in the U.S. opening up its all-you-can-listen service for $10 a month. In this picture, Deezer's Chief Executive Officer Hans-Holger Albrecht speaks with journalists after a news conference in Paris, Sept. 22, 2015. REUTERS/PHILLIPPE WOJAZER

Deezer launched its digital music streaming service to all consumers in the United States on Tuesday.

The 9-year-old French company's service was reportedly available in the U.S. from 2015 but only for consumers who signed up for the $20-a-month Deezer Elite service on Sonos’ wireless audio products or through special deals with Bose and Cricket Wireless.

Now, anyone in the U.S. can access the $10-a-month, all-you-can-listen service from the iOS App Store, Google Play, the Windows Store and Deezer’s website.

In a statement, the Paris-based company’s global CEO Hans-Holger Albrecht said, “We are thrilled to make Deezer available to all music fans in the U.S., at a time when the company is growing stronger and developing new technologies that enable us to deliver a much more personalized experience.”

He added that Deezer had received an “overwhelmingly positive response” since offering its service through Sonos, Bose and Cricket Wireless.

Users will have access to Deezer’s Flow, a personalized playlist service, in addition to over 40,000 podcasts and news articles plus radio stations. Consumers will also have access to over 40 million songs.

The app is available as a free download with a 30-day free trial period that allows consumers to use the Premium + services. However, Deezer Elite is still limited to Sonos users in the United States.