Vodafone Offers Popular Songs At Just Re.1 in Mumbai

By April 6th, 2010 AT 3:23 PM

Vodafone Essar, one of India’s leading GSM Mobile services provider, today announced a Music Download Service which enables customers in Mumbai to download full length songs at just one rupee per song.

This service is available on Vodafone Live to both prepaid and postpaid customers with a basic GPRS connection on their handset.

Customers can SMS to 111 (toll free) and get the link that leads to the subscription page. Customers can browse thousands of popular songs across various genres such as Bollywood, Bhajans, International Hits, Ghazals and more. This service has a convenient search option which helps customers find their favorite songs with ease.

Customers can subscribe to this service on a daily basis for Rs.5 which enables them to download 5 songs in a day. Selected songs will automatically be saved to a personalized virtual playlist titled ‘My Songs’ on the portal and can be downloaded again at no additional charge.

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Shailesh

Wd the song download be charged @ 10p/10KB while download – how much is the average song length – what wd be the total cost!

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rajiev :
can this stop piracy?

May be this kind of efforts stop privacy…
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