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Digi Music Freedom pass adds 10 new music streaming service

Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd announced that it has added 10 new partners to its Digi Music Freedom unlimited streaming service.


The 10 new partners include US hip-hop superstar Jay Z’s music streaming service TIDAL, Astro’s Raku which features international and local artistes, Australia-based Guvera and recently launched JOOX from Tencent, the tech giant behind WeChat. New radio streaming services (app) include MIX fm, LiteFM, SINAR fm, MELODY FM, THR Gegar and THR Raaga. They join Digi’s initial 10 services which are Deezer, Spotify, Rdio, KKBOX, SoundHound, hitz.fm, ERA fm, MY FM, BE-AT.TV and Q.us.

In addition to this, Digi is also extending its free subscription for an extra 120 days. Existing customers will see their free subscription extended automatically while new customers will have 120 days of free streaming from the time they activate Digi Music Freedom on their devices before 30 September.

All DiGi customers with an active prepaid or postpaid Internet plan can enjoy Digi Music Freedom.

The Digi Music Freedom pass allows subscribers to enjoy unlimited streaming from the most popular services that they are already using and are familiar with, Digi said. Once subscribed, customers can enjoy unlimited music streaming on their smartphones and tablets with zero internet charges.

“Malaysians love music. Whether it’s enjoyed while taking a break from work or school or even part of a daily commute ritual, we aim to offer something inspiring for everyone to enjoy without the worry of internet charges,” said Christian Thrane, Digi’s chief marketing officer.

“After launching Digi Music Freedom in March, we are very encouraged by the take up of our unlimited music streaming pass. Now these customers and all our new subscribers can also enjoy music from our new partners with the biggest catalogue of songs and widest variety of content on offer,” he added.

To subscribe, Digi customers must download the Digi Music Freedom app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. More information on the Digi website.

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