Four years after the launch of a mobile music streaming service, Spice Digital, an Indian VAS services provider, today announced a content partnership with Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL) for getting content for its voice based music streaming service.
Since, Spice Digital partners with Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular for content streaming services , their respective customers can now listen to a wide range of songs starting from the year 1950, directly on their mobile phones.
With the use of this service, users will only be allowed to listen to or stream full songs on their mobile phones from the PPL catalogue, which includes a library of more than 10 lakh songs across various languages. PPL has songs in 17 regional languages.
Shehzad Azad, head of business development and alliance for Spice Digital, said, “We are delighted to join hands with PPL in bringing a much richer music listening experience to our customers.
This service costs between Rs 1 to Rs 2 per minute, or Rs 30 for about 60 to 100 minutes of songs over a month, depending on the service provider.
Currently, Spice Digital partners with Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Cellular for content streaming services, and it expects more service providers to join soon.