This week we will begin communicating directly with a small number of our listeners as we introduce a 40-hour-per-month limit on free mobile listening.

Most of you reading this will never hit the limit. In fact, it will affect less than 4% of our total monthly active listeners. For perspective, the average listener spends approximately 20 hours listening to Pandora across all devices in any given month.

That said, limiting listening is a very unusual thing to do, and very contrary to our mission so we wanted to share a quick explanation. Pandora’s per-track royalty rates have increased more than 25% over the last 3 years, including 9% in 2013 alone and are scheduled to increase an additional 16% over the next two years. After a close look at our overall listening, a 40-hour-per-month mobile listening limit allows us to manage these escalating costs with minimal listener disruption.

For listeners who do hit the limit, we have a variety of options available to keep the music you love flowing. Listen for free for as many hours as desired on desktop and laptop computers; pay $0.99 for unlimited listening for the remainder of that month, or subscribe to Pandora One for unlimited listening and no advertising.

In short, this is an effort to balance the reality of increasing royalty costs with our desire to maximize access to free listening on Pandora. We will be sure to alert any of our listeners that start getting close to the 40 hour limit. As always, your feedback is welcome.

Thanks for listening,
Tim (Founder)


  1. david
    April 29, 2013 at 9:29am
    4% my ass. This is all about making more money for pandora. If their business model is so unprofitable why stay in the game. I refuse to pay even a cent when I actively have to listen to your Ads every 2 songs. Millions of people hear those ads and I wonder how much revenue you get from that. If you want to be so penny pinching then how about you guys compensate me for the bandwidth you guys use up streaming video ads.
    1. lauren
      May 01, 2013 at 4:39pm
      They're giving you 40 hours of free music, stop complaining!
      1. ElKunas
        May 06, 2013 at 5:07pm
        You say FREE, however you don't take into account how much money Pandora makes on the advertisements.
      2. Dameion Darthard
        May 07, 2013 at 7:49pm
        What the F is the effect on the company? I mean, Pandora is starting to turn into Apple for wanting too much money. And ain't this supposed to be free?
      3. Luke
        May 08, 2013 at 6:19pm
        40 hrs of music may be alot to you, but for a person who actually listens to music that is not. I'm sorry to say but there are many others that work just as well that you do not have to pay for such as iheartradio, tune-in, slacker, ect..... yes all these apps have "pro" or "subscriber" versions that are available for those who live work and breathe music, but to an average user the free version is plenty. So the whole royalty bs that they are claiming is a bunch of crap. So please Pandora back up your statement now.. i would like to see you try
      4. Vicki
        May 15, 2013 at 6:14am
        I agree with you. I think its great. And remember they are a business and if they don't make money. "No Music" Honestly people are just fish arses
      5. michele reed
        June 05, 2015 at 7:45pm
        They were free and why pay when ads are there and can't get all time loading issues blah blah I will go back to someone who has no ads and keeps word just because they lied well let's all drop them then make no cash from us or ads
    2. Mary
      May 09, 2013 at 6:55am
      You are getting free music. I agree, stop complaining. Better yet, if you don't like it, don't use it. There are plenty of other radio station apps that you can use.
    3. Cody
      May 09, 2013 at 11:30am
      Your right! It's stupid I use my pandora on my phone all the time and more like 30 hours of ads and 10 hours of music ohh well guess it's time to switch to I heart radio no ads and I can skip as many songs as I want :)
    4. Daryl Pienta (@funken_a)
      May 16, 2013 at 10:52am
      spend the $36 a year you cheap ass
    5. Dome
      May 17, 2013 at 10:28pm
      The real issue is the greedy labels. We could all just go back to downloading free music. I listen to Pandora for the ease and convenience. But if you're going to make it inconvenient/unpleasant with a limit in addition to the plethora of ads I already listen to, I'm happy to say screw the royalties. Back to pirate status! Welcome to the 21st century Corporate Pandora.
      1. Colt
        November 06, 2014 at 10:02am
        I agree 100%. With pirating available, we no longer need to put up with corporate restrictions. Either provide us what we want or we'll find other ways to listen.
      2. michele reed
        June 05, 2015 at 7:40pm
        Well I listen all day at work no more will drop pandora
    April 29, 2013 at 10:59am
    As a military member who often travels to locations that don't have a very good range of music that I want to listen to, this is a low blow. But that was not the last straw for me, the very one sided political BS adds you have been playing have done it for me. I don't give a rat's *** about politics when I am listening to music, (as it happens to be my happy place) you decided to peddle YOUR side of the story without asking me. I read the news if I want politics, I listen to music to relax and escape from the things I do so others don't have to. Thanks for ruining it!!!!! Please delete my account and I will find somewhere else to go.
    1. donna
      May 03, 2013 at 3:06pm
      Amen to your post. I came up to this site specifically to find a place that I can let Pandora know why I am going back to Slacker. I don't want to hear any political advertisement at all, but especially not an Obama wants to make more jobs. He already has with Obama care. Lots of part time jobs to fill in the times that the once full time employees who are now part time employees to avoid the cost of Obama care. Makes me sick to hear those adds. Bye Pandora and hello Slacker.
    2. Donna
      May 03, 2013 at 7:16pm
      Good post. I agree with not wanting political commercials. My original reply got sensored, I suppose Pandora did not like that I don't have the same political views as they do. The political ads make me ill. We'll see if this reply makes it. Bye Pandora.
      1. Brad L
        May 06, 2013 at 4:02pm
        That's so odd. I heard only Romney ads. Im not getting into any political debates but I guess they had us switched. Anyways, does anyone know if the time we have a station paused counts as if we were actively listening. There's no way I got up to 40hrs in April and as I recognize pop-ups change while paused I cannot draw any other conclusions.
      2. Alexia
        May 11, 2013 at 6:10pm
        Does slacker have limits? And it it like pandora
    3. Tyro Loco
      May 19, 2013 at 10:54am
      I've been a Pandora member for many years, and I have never heard a single political ad, ever. What I *did* have a problem with was numerous ads for EHarmony and the like--my wife of many years was not happy, LOL. They seem to have gone away now that I added the word "married" to my profile--I suspect if you added "Rush Limbaugh" or something to yours then you wouldn't hear any more Obama stuff.
      1. Tyro Loco
        May 20, 2013 at 9:15am
        Oh great, I just thumbed-up a Pretenders song and got the E-Harmony background again. I must admit you got my age bracket right but really, come on guys, my wife and kids are wondering what I'm up to.
  3. Ashley
    April 29, 2013 at 2:37pm
    Pandora is going the way of Netflix. Anytime you take away something that was initially free you're gonna get some backlash, and I'm sure you're familiar with the phrase "one unhappy customer..." Seems to me like the 4% you decided to eff over we're the most diehard users of your service. Think about it, why else would they be above the limit? I for one will be switching to tunein after this.
  4. Shelia
    April 29, 2013 at 3:04pm
    I'm just thankful for the free music and the ability to choose what I to hear. Oh...did I say FREE..Thanks Pandora
    1. Austin
      May 02, 2013 at 6:27pm
      AMEN! Totally agree. Be happy for what you get
  5. wayde
    April 29, 2013 at 4:26pm
    If you use Pandora enough on mobile to run out in a month, just use a computer more
  6. kamigawa120
    April 29, 2013 at 5:43pm
    Wow, this sucks. Pandora, you just made a wrong move, all your loyal customers are going subscribe to other free radio streaming apps, why? It’s not free anymore, despite all those ads you put in place was fine, but now, say bye bye to the competition.
    1. A_Certified_Jangoian_
      May 12, 2013 at 6:32am
      I agree pandora is putting themselves in danger if listening most of their loyal customers to this 40 hour thing. But luckily pandora gave me another 40 hours to listen for the month of may. But I save my hours until me month for now I downloaded this awesome music app called jango. It's just like pandora. But easier. Pandora step up the game or all of your listeners will long gone. You have some compition with jango. Good luck!!!
  7. Brenna
    April 29, 2013 at 6:05pm
    SERIOUSLY? This is so stupid. And not only 4% have this issue it's like everyone I know. And honestly I never knew of this until the ad popped up sayin I'm almost out of listening time. WTF IS THIS SHIT.
  8. Frank
    April 30, 2013 at 4:53am
    Well now I'm a 4% just hit my limit, like others I use it at work to escape to a better world. I don't understand how cutting free radio saves you money but is a great way to make you some more money?!? maybe because im a real person and not a bot or employee putting a understanding why it's cool to get on a monthly payment that will raise every year, I guess if I had full access for free I would write what you wanted me to write too, well I am like others maybe I heart radio will work out. Pandora see you next month.
  9. Hal Rattray
    April 30, 2013 at 10:14am
    Wow! busy blog today or perhaps I just haven't been connected before. COME-ON folks! You all listen to radio stations that are constantly advertising. I mean radio as in over the air type. Or over the air TV. They barrage us with adds too and have for years. I opted for the "pay" service from Pandora. No adds anymore. I feel it's worthwhile. I just have a few technical issues I need to work out with them. I hate the "Are you still listening?" annoyance even as a paying subscriber. We'll see what they have to say.
    1. Danielle Michelle
      October 13, 2013 at 11:16am
      Thank you. I have heard so many people saying that just because there is some technical issues then they are going to completely stop their service with Pandora. If there are some issues, CALL THE COMPANY. All companies have those moments where something goes wrong, no company is perfect. Quitting a service because of a computer mess up is ridiculous. If you call, I'm sure they would be more than willing to fix everything.
  10. StupidBusiness
    April 30, 2013 at 9:58pm
    I totally agree that it is WAY FREAKING MORE than 4% that experience this. Ever thought that MAYBE people like music and listen to it a lot? And to all of you saying that we should stop complaining and listen on a computer: WE LISTEN ON MOBILE FOR A REASON. So shut up. Just saying.
    1. Hal
      May 01, 2013 at 11:48am
      Sorry my comment pissed you off. Think about things first. Have you ever written a song? published one? Paid for studio time to record? Free music IS NOT your birth right. What do you do? Do you get paid for it? Just listen to free radio and shut up.
  11. Phil Williams
    May 01, 2013 at 3:27am
    I hit my 40 hour limit per month barley half way through the month. I listen to pandora on my phone everyday and for this to happens just sucks. Looks like I will be deleting my account and going elsewhere. Good job pandora...NOT!!!
    1. Alexia
      May 11, 2013 at 6:13pm
      I totally agree bye pandora hello slacker maybe for a little while until my month is over
  12. Phil Williams
    May 01, 2013 at 3:31am
    Oh yeah for that two weeks I went listening to terrible music was the worst two weeks I have had in a VERY long time. Tim you are making a big mistake and what you are doing to your loyal listeners is just wrong buddy. You are going to loose A LOT of listeners. I am also here to tell you that there is a much bigger number than 4%. Me being one of them I feel betreyed. Go back to what got you to where you are in the first place. This move is making you look like a fool.
  13. Phil Williams
    May 01, 2013 at 3:32am
    I just today got access to pandora again. We'll see how long this 40 hours lasts. Thanks a lot.
  14. Mark Johnson
    May 01, 2013 at 1:14pm
    Screw pandora the ads suck, you can't pick individual songs and the damn time limit. 4 percent is bullshit. I'm going to go and find a new radio station or music app.
  15. CommonSense
    May 01, 2013 at 1:35pm
    Lol threating to not use a FREE service will show them...
  16. Lee
    May 01, 2013 at 5:07pm
    I have been using pandora at work, I hit my hours last month in one week. We are not allowed to stream off the computers at work as they have these sites blocked. Which leaves us all to use our phones. It is unfortunate. This can't be 4 % unless everyone I work with happens to be the 4%. So we have switched to the jango ap. set up like pandora only it lets you skip all day long for listening to one ad. No limits. We have all been using it at work since we got locked out of pandora the first week of April. Give it a try
  17. Connor
    May 01, 2013 at 7:49pm
    In not sure what to say. Can you afford this? There is no way that this has effected 4% of people I'd say about 75% and the rest are the people who are always on pandora one and can spend a few bucks on this. This isn't really a big deal its like $12 a year don't see why people are losing their sh** like are you that pore that $12 for quality service if you really do like this app like you say you do then just pay if not shut up and move on. Damn people, pandora had made so much that this is just a minor setback. I for one have not updated my pandora so this doesn't effect me, however if I had to pay $12 for this I would not because its just a waist, for me anyways there are hundreds of free radios that can be used. A quick heads up to anyone still reading pandora would not do this 40 hour cap unless they had some plan think about it, they knew this would happen and people would go to other free radios thoes apps are good but are no pandora in the end all the once free apps will eventually cost money and people will go back to pandora and they will be makeing money again and a lot so if you are really bent on screwing over like I once was the best thing to do is nothing. No one makes money no one losses money. So yeah pandora may not be makeing as much money but they are not losing any
  18. brennankrieger
    May 01, 2013 at 10:46pm
    I understand why you have to limit mobile. I have a suggestion though. Would you please install an alarm to turn off Pandora at a certain time. I know it does it atuomatically (sometimes), but greater control on the user end may save you money. I like to go to sleep listening to Pandora, and having a shut off time would be wonderful to help reduce usage, and make the 40 hours last. Thank you. -Brennan
    1. Alyssa M White
      May 17, 2013 at 12:21am
      Yes PLEASE! !!!!! I too fall asleep to Pandora. A timer would greatly help!
  19. tobpastor
    May 02, 2013 at 7:35am
    So almost 1 out of 20 people affected! Goodbye pandora! -CB P.S. I didn't hit the limit but some of my friends did and that is making me leave. Does my account automatically delete after 3 months?
  20. Meg
    May 02, 2013 at 11:19am
    I can understand the 40 hour cap, but what I don't understand is why I'm hearing ads so much. It's really annoying when it used to be so much less frequent. It seems like I'm hearing one between every other song. I started listening to Pandora because I was sick of all of the commercials on the radio, and now Pandora plays more than the radio:( Seems to me like it's time for another music app... All of my Pandora stations seem to be on a 10 song repeat loop anyways.
  21. Joe
    May 03, 2013 at 6:32pm
    To be honest I would not mind paying the $0.99 to continue if I do run out of hours. 40 free hours, plus 99 cents to finish the month w/ as many hours as I need. Seems pretty fair to me. That's less than $12/yr and that's much more than what many other radio apps would give you. For example (for the mobile app anyway) is subscriber service only. I was a bit disappointed w/ that b/c I really like and would have loved to have it on my iPhone. (yup office has blocked all internet radio on the computers).
  22. Joel
    May 03, 2013 at 6:34pm
    I'm thinking about upgrading to Pandora One, b/c basic has too many advertisements!!! Also I wish Pandora's music was more focused!
  23. Buhbye Pandora
    May 03, 2013 at 9:04pm
    You seem to be missing a zero in that number you just randomly pulled up. Although judging from your reviews in the mobile App Store I would say it looks more like you shit on about 75% of your listeners. Spotify, Raditaz, Songza, iHeartRadio, etc will see a boost in their active listeners. Not only am I done with you, I've banned you on the networks I work on. Just doing my part to help you reduce your overall number of active listeners. Good luck at your bankruptcy hearings!
  24. John
    May 04, 2013 at 12:16pm
    Since pandora has implemented the 40hours per month, i found another app that allows me to listen to ALL my music for free. The app also allows me to play all my Favorite songs. I can skip as many times as i wish. The really cool part is that the ads are very seldom seen or heard. The music selection is outstanding. Thanks pandora for implementing the rule on mobile devices. My new apphas my full attention so there is is no need for me to have your app on my mobile or any other device. This is the one time where "the grass is greener on the other side". BYE.
  25. Tits
    May 05, 2013 at 11:51pm
    Mane,, pandora is fuckin up, the charge for everything now, it's cheaper to juss pay for itunes
  26. Abby
    May 06, 2013 at 2:06pm
    Try 8tracks for Apple and Android. Waaaaay better, barely noticeable adds that don't stop your music, and no limit. Also, the music choice is unbelievable. All of the latest songs are available at no charge.
  27. Chilli
    May 06, 2013 at 4:39pm
    Ok, that's it for me. If forcing me to listen to advertising (EXACTLY LIKE the radio does) isn't enough income for you to allow me to hear music on my computer instead of turning on the radio 20" away, then FORGET it. I am going back to my radio I have been listening to for 40 years and you can go back to writing code in your mom's basement.
  28. John
    May 06, 2013 at 8:58pm
    I hate u pandora ... U really screwed yourself over and I hope that u lose a ton of listeners along with me...... U start off small and free but once u get popular u charge us well anyways good bye pandora u will become a small company again soon
  29. Ed
    May 07, 2013 at 2:34pm
    Today is the 8th of the month out of Pandora time,Till next month for a couple of days?????So when this Co. has to start paying taxes on all of its revenue it will go down to 10 free hrs monthly Its getting old already might come back might not.
  30. B-
    May 08, 2013 at 6:49pm
    Bye Bye Pandora....greed gets you nowhere....just look at AOL Radio..... -___-
  31. Dave Casey
    May 08, 2013 at 8:18pm
    What a bunch of whiney little crybabies. If you hit your limit, pry a fuckin' dollar out of your wallet and pay for the rest of the month. I've been listening to Pandora for over a year now and only once got a notice that I was nearing my limit. What did I do? Cry? Throw a temper tantrum? No, I switched over to Slacker for that one day at the end of the month and still had tunes to work by, It amazes me how you little two-year-olds can whine about something that is free. I wonder what happens when something REALLY important happens in your lives? Get mommy and daddy to fix it for you? Grow the hell up!
    1. Joe
      May 09, 2013 at 7:11pm
      Thank you! i thought i was the only one
    2. Joey
      May 11, 2013 at 6:26pm
      What the hell... Ya dont know what ya talkin about everyone is use to the free radio of all the airplay and listeneners here and they complain bout money its greed
      1. Ashley
        May 21, 2013 at 8:53am
        Greed has nothing to do with it. It's called running a business. A lot of businesses like pandora are under big pressure from the record companies and raising music royalty costs. This is an extreme dramatization but at a certain point they would eventually be paying for you to listen to music. The point of a business is to profit. And they offer you a great service for almost nothing. If you listened straight for two days, hit your limit, and paid 99 cents for the remaining 28 days of the month, that would be 1 dollar a month or 12 dollars a year to listen to unlimited music. So shut up, buy one less dollar menu item per month, and boom you can afford your fuckin radio.
  32. Joe
    May 09, 2013 at 7:09pm
    This is why america is doomed! you people get angry because they put a 40 HOUR limit thats almost 2 straight days only on mobile i dont see the need to complain sure you have to listen to adds but you have to listen to alot more on the actual radio what more do you expect for free? you dont go to a grocery store take a free sample then complain it was too small do you? this limit is nothing they offer you add free listening for a very low cost they even ofer you unlimited streaming for .99 cents you could take the 6 months of pandora one and pay as much as it costs for satelite radio you people need to stop complaining and enjoy what you have im sure you buy a .99 cents soda at least once a month so whats the problem with paying for radio? you pay for t.v. amd internet so please stop complaining and enjoy what you have
  33. Dr. Wayne Raneiro
    May 10, 2013 at 2:49pm
    I feel you (Pandora) needs to change that smug "we pay for the music we play..." alert, it honestly has stopped myself and many others from both upgrading to commercial-free service and use of the free service. Appreciate your listeners, or we will take our business to the many other options available. I'm surprised it hasn't upset more listeners.
    1. Tyro Loco
      May 20, 2013 at 9:22am
      I dont' see what the problem is, to be honest. They give me the music I want to hear, for free, and in return they ask that I listen to some commercials and not leave the station running when I'm not there. Sounds totally fair to me. If I'm busy enough that I don't want to click on the "are you still there?" button, then presumably I can afford a few bucks for one of the paid service (which is probably more convenient and rewarding than playing songs off my IPod or whatever anyway). Works for me.
  34. Matt
    May 10, 2013 at 4:34pm
    Have had Pandora One for ages, one of the best investments I have ever made...stop being such a bunch of cheap, overly-entitled whiners and maybe buy one less $6 cup of coffee during the month. You all are pathetic!
  35. Joey
    May 11, 2013 at 6:24pm
    Theres no way i listen to 40 hours of music drivig to and from work i only listen to pandora in my car i have "3 hours left" i think they charge 1minute per skip or somthin i do skip a lot of songs but no way i listen to 40 hours of music
  36. SuperBrown
    May 11, 2013 at 7:38pm
    Seriously, people are amazingly whiny and entitled. This 40 hour limit is nothing new and applies only to mobile devices. If you're so pissed off about it because you love pandora so much...PAY THEM!!! I for one won't switch but might consider upgrading to pandora one because I actually love the service.
  37. Xavi
    May 12, 2013 at 11:31am
    Or, you guys could just buy the music yourself and listen to it at your leisure. It's amazing that you're complaining about how free music is delivered; calling it a "low blow" and such. Music is not free. It's a product created by people who would like to be paid for the service. Pandora is not free. It's free to you to listen up to a point, but why would anyone just give you free music? Stop complaining. I will agree that Pandora has tried to create an image that I think is a little misleading. But in all, it's a business. You aren't entitled to anything, so be happy with what these types of services are willing to give you for free.
  38. abby
    May 13, 2013 at 5:41pm
    On April 10th, 2013, I reached my 40 hour limit. Now in May, I have less than an hour left. Maybe I listen to it too much, but I may be paying $.99 each month. Which I don't mind, but that adds up. :/
  39. Carlos
    May 14, 2013 at 4:56pm
    I thought the advertising alone cover for your expenses and even made you a profit. It's just ridiculous and ambitious to make more money out of your customers, the ones who made possible for you to charge companies to put commercials on your so called service. It's like charging people to watch regular tv. I will just not listen to it when I reach my limit and later on just forget about pandora next month when I get another 40 hours. Let's see who is going to put commercials in a place with no customers to listen them...
  40. Carlos
    May 14, 2013 at 5:03pm
    I don't understand how people thought that you really did this for "free" you are using us as your audience to charge for commercials and now you want to charge us too for listening to them?
  41. Kailsix
    May 14, 2013 at 10:31pm
    Wow people. I mean really? It's only 99 cents for unlimited per month. If you're really a diehard music fan, just pay the $36 bucks and get unlimited with no ads. That's a YEARLY price. Much more than worth it for the service. How did people get so cheap?
  42. Shavon
    May 15, 2013 at 3:47am
    I'm just very curious as to why all of you listen to Pandora more than 40 hrs a month anyways? Isn't that the point of an iPod or the MP3 app on your phones? Like come on. Music was never free. Pandora needs to make money as well. It is a business after all. Pay $1.29 per song and you can listen to WHATEVER song you want to, however many times or pay ¢.99 and listen to Pandora radio. I mean come on. It's not like Slakcer/iHeart Radio/Tune-In are gonna stay free forever. So yes, stop complaining.
  43. Dwight F CK Pandora
    May 15, 2013 at 10:58am
    first of all its not 40 hours of listening,, I tested this ,, on the first day of new month I skipped every song I could ,,I DIDN"T LISTEN TO THE SONGS,, I SKIPPED THEM,, Pandora is adding up the song time and coming up with 40 hours,, so once I skipped 40 hours worth of songs it banned me,, Also I dont use a mobile device I use Imito MX2 tv dongle,, they register it and all my tv's with pandora as cell phones,, fuck this worthless ass company
  44. Jason
    May 16, 2013 at 11:53am
    Since this has to do with advertising: Please don't use advertising that is offensive to some. I'm listening to a Christian station, something done often around my son, and a Grey's Anatomy ad comes on. The phrase "Oh my G." was used. While that may not mean anything to many of you. It's offensive, or should be to anyone who believes in that God who's name is so flippantly used. How would you like your name used as a by-word and often as a curse word? Just shining a little light on this dark spot. Please consider whether or not your ads are offensive before posting them. Jesus Christ is the way. Peace. Jason
  45. HoneyBeez
    May 16, 2013 at 5:28pm
    I have all my favorite gospel artist on pandora site. I came to pandora because I can listen to gospel anytime I want and it was free. I like listening on my phone while driving; now my choices are to listen on my computer for free, pay .99 cent til the end of the month or pay 3.99 with no advertisement. We should only pay if we want no advertising. I agree with the others this is like Apple. This sucks!
  46. full dizi
    May 16, 2013 at 6:06pm
    Also I wish Pandora’s music was more focused!
  47. slacker fan
    May 16, 2013 at 9:46pm
    Go with Slacker radio people. It's not perfect but really, what is?! I decided to go with the $3.99 a month option which is added to my Verizon bill. I don't even notice the payment most of the time. You get unlimited skips, no commercials, any and all songs you like/favorite is added to the "favorites" folder and even that can be selected as a station to play.
  48. Kimmy
    May 17, 2013 at 6:14pm
    I think if I were using pandora, I'd use up the forty hour limit in three days...
  49. Private
    May 18, 2013 at 8:11pm
    My wife hit her limit already, and neither her or me will be using this service any longer. I hope enough people do this and you guys see your advertising revenues decline enough you realize the mistake you made. I am sure another company will come along and see the opportunity of once again offering a free internet radio that plays music based on a user's preferences.
  50. Private
    May 18, 2013 at 8:14pm
    By the way everyone saying anyone that complains is acting entitled. We were the customer, we generate the revenues for their advertisements. With out us they are nothing.

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