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How can I save music from deezer?

Hi to all,
does somebody of you use deezer? I have a question about the music service: what will happen if I cancel my premium subscription - will all downloaded songs deleted automatically? How can I prevent this? Is it possible to save them on my hard drive or other devices so I can keep them like forever? I appreciate your help.

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Terms and Conditions.

Best to read Deezer's Terms and Conditions

It would seem that Deezer is a STREAMING music site and not a download site and you sign up to a streaming service only.

If that is correct then any attempt to copy/download streamed music will contravene Deezer's T&C's. Such discussions in these forums will not be permitted.


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Re: saving Deezer music

I'm afraid the Deezer terms of service ( ) don't allow what you ask for. You can only stream (and listen) while you pay. That's like a subscription for the New York metro: you can only travel using that if you have a valid subscription.

Luckily, you can buy music everywhere and listen to it your whole life. That's a good proposition, isn't it?

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If you already have it in your Hdd.

How can they tell if you are listening to it or not. Just wondering.

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Myself generally download music from Youtube. This give me much perfection.

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