SingTel AMPed partners Sony Music to expand music content to over one million tracks

SingTel AMPed partners Sony Music to expand music content to over one million tracks

SingTel AMPed has partnered Sony Music to expand its music library. From 21 July, 2010, 150,000 tracks from Sony Music will be added, increasing the AMPed repertoire to more than one million tracks. The content includes popular international artistes from all genres like Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Beyonce; and regional artistes like Jay Chou and Wang Lee Hom (Taiwan), 2PM (Korea) and much more. AMPed is the first mobile operator-offered service in the world to offer customers unlimited song downloads of Taiwanese singing sensation, Jay Chou.

AMPed is an interactive music service for postpaid mobile customers and is available on more than 70 3G handsets, including Apple iPhone and popular Android-based handsets like Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 and Samsung GALAXY S. Customers can enjoy unlimited music downloads and entertainment news, get exclusive invites to up-close and personal events with the music stars and synchronise music across multiple platforms. AMPed is also the first service in Singapore to DRM-Free music, customers are able to download 15 DRM-free tracks monthly to own and share.

AMPed is offered at no additional cost on selected mobile plans, allowing SingTel customers to enjoy the ultimate mobile music experience with peace of mind. It was awarded "Best Mobile Music Service" at the GSMA Asia Mobile Awards 2009, which is given to the very best in music services across Asia and the mobile value chain.

Sony Music is the first of the various labels that AMPed will be announcing this year to extend its music content offering. AMPed is also expanding its supported handset range, making available to Blackberry users in the coming months.

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