In the US, if your store is less than 2,000 square feet (about 14x14 metres), you can play the radio or television as a source of music
and avoid all fees. If your store is more than 2,000 square feet and you’re playing the radio or television with six or fewer speakers
(and with no more than four speakers in any one room), you are also exempt from paying fees.
Frankly, what small store does meet these terms?
In the most of the countries outside the US, you simply cannot play any music in your shop without paying performing rights fees unless you have
rights to do so from artists / music authors themselves. In some countries they even force you to pay just for having radio receiver in the shop.
Instore music player is completely free solution for any big place and, moreover, do you really love the music from mainstream media?