Music licence cost drops in retail

Retailers will benefit from price drops to music licence fees.

OneMusic has made an improvement to the rates launched in July by introducing a new tier of music use - Silver Lite - and dropping rates in the Bronze tier.

Any clients who have already signed up to a retail licence before the November changes will have the changes applied to their account.

OneMusic is pleased to have open relationships with the retail sector and to be able to make improvements quickly and without any inconvenience to clients.

Find our more on retail licences here.

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