Vodafone boosts music offerings
8 June 2009 — 2:00 PM
Consumers with the latest contracts from Vodafone are being given access to a host of new music-focussed offers.
The network announced last week that it would be making changes to its online store that would benefit those who use their device to listen to tunes on the move.
Following the Free Music Friday event which took place on June 5th - which allowed Vodafone customers to download a selection of tracks at no cost - the firm says its new content will be unlocked so that it can be used on any type of compatible player.
By removing the Digital Rights Management (DRM) software from its music, it is hoped more people will take advantage of the library of 350,000 tracks now available - a figure set to rise to one million "by the end of the summer".
The carrier recently became the second provider in the UK to offer a mobile phone powered by Google's Android operating system when it launched the network-exclusive HTC Magic.
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