Vodafone joins hands with Nokia for its music services in India
Vodafone customers who have subscribed to the music service of Finnish cellphone maker’s Nokia handsets can renew their subscriptions now through their existing Vodafone accounts. Also, they can continue downloading albums and songs from the Nokia Music Store.
It is a known fact that the Nokia Music Store is one of the largest online repositories of legal digital music in the world. It offers a catalogue of more than 4.5 million DRM free songs in almost 16 Indian languages. In addition to this, around 1.4 million songs are downloaded every day through the music service.
The consumers are provided with three renewal subscriptions, which offer three durations. The plan 1 offers subscription for 7 days for Rs 50, while 30 days plan is charged for Rs 99, and Rs 250 is charged for 90 days. In addition to this, data charges and taxes are separately applicable. Thanks to this integration, the consumers of Vodafone India can pay for renewals through their monthly phone bills. Also, they can opt for the amount to be debited from the pre-paid balance
Nokia Music Store has become the first independent music store in India to offer integrated operator billing, which can be paid through credit cards as well as vouchers. It is big step forward, which will help the company to broaden monetization and strengthen the music ecosystem in the country.
Nokia’s joins hands with Vodafone for the music service on Nokia Music Store help curb piracy as well as present strong monetization opportunities for the music industry in the country.
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