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Unlimited music for DiGi BlackBerry users

AvantiKumar | April 25, 2011
Malaysian telecommunications firm DiGi offers unlimited music download application for BlackBerry smartphones.

DiGiMusic Play App for BlackBerry

PHOTO - DiGiMusic Play App for BlackBerry.


KUALA LUMPUR, 25 APRIL 2011 - Malaysian communications provider DiGi Telecommunications (DiGi) has launched an application that offers unlimited music download for its BlackBerry smartphone customers.

"The free music application allows unlimited legal download from a catalogue of more than 500,00 songs available to DiGi customers as the result of a recent partnership with Universal Music and Sony Music," said DiGi head of mobile internet and advanced data services, Praveen Rajan, adding that the application would be made available in the future to other platforms.

"In addition, we're always working to make our DiGiMusic offerings more relevant and accessible to our smartphone users by offering advanced data services such as the DiGiMusic Play application," said Rajan.  "This way, we can enhance user experience in music consumption across devices and platforms, while elevating our competitiveness and relevance in the mobile music space."

"The DiGiMusic Play app offers unlimited music downloads for DG Smart Plan customers on BlackBerry smartphones," he said. "We're making this launch extra special by offering customers one month free unlimited downloads via the app. They will have access to the largest and most affordable music catalogue in Malaysia, with selections from both domestic and international acts, enjoy the latest music album releases as well as receive exclusive promotions and discounts for music events and music merchandise."

"We are pleased to be working with DiGi on the launch of their DiGiMusic Play app. DiGi's application provides access to a vast array of music and we think it will be very popular with customers," said BlackBerry manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) managing director, Southeast Asia, Gregory Wade.



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