Music on demand with MOG and Telstra
Consumers shopping around for the best mobile plan have a raft of considerations to keep in mind, to make sure that the deal they secure is the best for their unique needs.
Calling allowances, free minutes and texts, multimedia capacity and data limits can all be factors that might sway a phone user to choose a particular supplier or plan.
And with music streaming now making its way into the telecommunications world, consumers can look forward to a whole new set of benefits regarding accessing tunes and mp3 libraries from mobile devices.
A new partnership between Telstra and MOG, announced today (April 17) will help bring those services to Australians soon, when the subscription music app is launched later this year.
Users will be able to download the application and make use of an online music library which features over 15 million tracks - subscribers will then be able to access unlimited downloads to store on phones and other devices, personalised recommendations and curated content.
Chief executive officer and founder of MOG David Hyman said: "Australia is a key, major music market and we're pleased to be the sole provider of on-demand streaming music for the leading telecommunications provider in Australia."
Posted by Eve Gillespie