Spinlet, Etisalat Nigeria make music

June 17, 2013 • Mobile and Telecoms

Spinlet, the premier international mobile music download service bringing digital distribution to emerging markets in Africa, is announcing a groundbreaking partnership with Etisalat Nigeria to create Nigeria’s first branded Spinlet music application. The Etisalat Spinlet Digital Music App is designed to enable music fans and customers to download and share a broad collection of ethnic and international songs directly to their mobile devices.

Spinlet and Etisalat Nigeria have partnered to create Nigeria's first branded Spinlet music application. (Image source: File)

“The core essence of the Etisalat Spinlet Music App is to provide absolute enjoyment for the music lover,” said Spinlet’s Chief Marketing Officer, Mark Redguard. “We have an expansive library of local and international albums and tracks available in nearly every genre including hip hop, highlife, gospel, and afrobeat. The best part about this app is that music lovers can access thousands and thousands of songs on the go.”

To create its massive music vault, San Francisco-headquartered Spinlet partners with major and indie labels as well as independent artists to bring a wide variety of fresh content to music lovers worldwide. With the new Etisalat Spinlet Music App, this content is now available through an affordable pay-per-download model and gives consumers the advantage of ad supported free streaming.

“For our customers, downloading and sharing music is now cheaper, easier, mobile and legal. Etisalat customers now have access to an almost limitless library of musical content on the go. We have also made the application very easy to use and affordable,” said Wael Ammar, Chief Commercial Officer of Etisalat Nigeria. “For us at Etisalat, it is about designing fun and entertaining services for customers because they are the centre of our business and we take them very seriously.”

The Etisalat Spinlet Music app is available on all mobile devices and other Internet-enabled platforms on all networks. Users can download the app from Google play, Blackberry and Nokia stores, and to stream and download music. Subscription plans for music downloads through the app are flexible.

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