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Smile

Rating: 4.9 Reviews: 8
Smile 90.4FM is a bilingual radio station that offers entertainment, information and inspiration to the Metropolitan audience of Cape Town. Show more
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Smile reviews

  • 5
    08.10.2020
    The dude reading the traffic is he 24/7 at the radio station?
  • 5
    30.07.2020
    I was is South Africa during the lockdown and returned to the Netherlands last week. Your radio station keeps me connected to home and my partner. Love the music . The news is helpful too.
  • 5
    14.07.2020
    I am on an oil rig, Offshore Gabon, been here since pandemic started, so awesome to hear the radio in my language and talking about my home stuff, thank you
  • 5
    22.06.2020
    This is Tracey live streaming from Cambodia. Hello Cape Town, family and friends. please stay safe.
  • 5
    02.04.2020
    Smile Fm fantastic!!! good music does not play the same songs over and over all day long.
  • 5
    10.09.2019
    There is no better radio station in South Africa, then Smile Fm.
  • 4
    20.06.2019
    the music is so soothing
  • 5
    06.01.2017
    Very good music

Information about the radio

At this page of our website you can listen to Smile 90.4 FM online. For those who are not familiar with this radio station here’s more detailed information about it.

Smile 90.4 FM is a private commercial radio station headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa. This radio station is quite young – it was founded in 2013 but it already has around 40 000 fans in Facebook. So it is most probably one of the most popular radios in Cape Town. It broadcasts in both English and Afrikaans. The feature of Smile 90.4FM station is that its broadcast area covers Cape Town only, so it is available only on 90.4 FM frequency and only in that geographic region. But you can listen to its live stream right at this page via our free player.

If you prefer to listen to radio on your mobile device you can download our app – it’s completely free and supports both Android and iOs.

Smile 90.4 FM radio station holds itself out as adult contemporary radio. They claim at their website that South African music has at least 50% of their playlist. But in addition to it they also play contemporary international hits and broadcast a mix of talk and music.

Radio contacts

Address: 3rd Floor, The Media Quarter, 2 De Smit Street, Green Point, 8001

Phone: (+27) 21 818 8904

Studio number: 0861 400 904
SMS line: 35904

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