As of 2015, Live365, Pandora and iHeartRadio users can listen to oldies music for free online. All three sites have free accounts with which users can set up personalized radio stations or listen to premade stations centered around oldies.
Live365 has more than 400 oldies stations that members can filter by decade, from the 1930s to the 2000s. The site has a premium account that removes ads and requires a subscription, but it also offers a free version and a five-day free trial of the VIP subscription. The site has mobile apps that let users sync their accounts across multiple devices and listen to oldies on the go.
Pandora also has apps for mobile devices and some major consoles, such as Xbox and Playstation systems. The free account intersperses ads when users listen to stations and limits the number of skips the user has per hour, while the premium account removes ads and provides unlimited skips. Users control what plays on each station through a thumbs-up and thumbs-down system.
IHeartRadio is similar to Pandora in features, but it has no paid version. The product has podcasts and live radio stations to listen to in addition to custom and premade oldies stations. The site also recommends similar stations to users.