A "handful" of Australian subscribers have had issues accessing MOG music streaming following the transition of the service to Beats Music in other countries.
Despite a move in the US that sees the MOG streaming service absorbed into Beats Music, local provider Telstra has announced it will keep MOG alive in Australia "at this stage".
A note on the site encourages subscribers to switch to Beats, which Apple is in the process of acquiring for $3 billion.
The newest music-streaming service on the block will be launching in Australia, with existing users of MOG to be transitioned "when the timing is right".
Sources tell CNET that Beats wants a new CEO managing the music service it acquired this year.
The companies have not disclosed the terms of the deal, but Beats says that MOG's commitment to high music-quality sold them on the deal.
The company co-founded by Dr. Dre is at long last ready to unveil the acquisition deal that was first reported on in March, sources tell CNET.
Australians have a new option for streaming music from today, with US-based MOG launching through Telstra's BigPond Music service.
Choosing a music-streaming service can be confusing. Here's the low-down on each one that's available in Australia.
The addition of Mog to Ford's Sync AppLink brings the total apps it supports up to 10. Mog subscribers will be able to use voice command to control various features of the streaming music in Ford models that have the latest version of AppLink installed.