Paris-based on-demand streaming service Deezer has unveiled premium offers to complement its free ad-supported service.

For €4.99 ($7.44) a month, subscribers can access the on-demand service in a higher quality (up to 320 kbps) without any visual or audio advertising.

The €9.99 ($14.89) package offers the same features plus access to Deezer's full service on compatible mobile devices, including iPhone, Android devices and some Blackberry devices. Users also get a desktop client to access their Deezer account and stream music, rather than using the Web site.

Deezer Premium will launch in France first and then head to the rest of Europe.

Swedish competitor Spotify launched its mobile service for premium subscribers in September.

Deezer claims 11 million users, including 6 million in France. Its mobile app, which until now was giving access to the company's free Web radio services, has been downloaded over a million times according to the company.

The company aims at breaking even in 2010. In October, the company had raised a further €6.5 million ($9.7 million) in funding to follow up with their development on premium models and in European territories. Altogether, the French company raised €12.2 million ($18.1 million) since launch in August 2007.