Like most streaming services, music or otherwise, Deezer has a family plan that offers enough individual accounts to cover your whole household for a significantly discounted price. This particular subscription option, however, was previously exclusive to users in France and T-Mobile customers in the Netherlands, but as of today, it's now available throughout Europe -- apart from in Sweden, for whatever reason. For €15 or £15 per month, the family plan gets you six separate Premium+ accounts (€10/£10 on their own), each of which can be used across two devices, or three for the primary login.
Compared to Deezer's free tier, a Premium+ account lets you listen to all of the service's 40 million tracks in the highest quality on any device, as well as offline and without ads interrupting your session. The main benefit of the family plan, though, is that all members can build their own playlists and train Deezer's various personalization and recommendation features without tainting each other's accounts. That being said, subscribers do get a special "family mix" so parents can pretend they're down with the kids, and the kids can hear what real music sounds like.
Despite Deezer recently launching in the US, finally entering the major market it had been notably absent from, the family plan isn't available in the region yet, with no word as to when it might be.