Vodafone adds Warner to DRM-free music offering

Vodafone adds Warner to DRM-free music offering

 Vodafone has signed a deal with Warner Music Group that will allow it to offer music DRM-free across all four major labels.

Vodafone said the deal would make it the first operator to offer access to music from all four majors. It had previously signed deals with EMI Group, Universal Music and Sony Music.

The Warner music will be without anti-piracy software, which means it can be played on any device including iPods.

Meanwhile, the new deal will see Vodafone and Warner Music working together to offer a range of mobile music products such as value-added album bundles that contain additional multimedia content.

Vodafone internet services director, Pieter Knook, said: ‘Warner Music’s addition to our mobile DRM-free catalogue is really great news for our customers

‘The response to the DRM-free offering in all the markets where it has launched has been incredibly enthusiastic. Our customers love music and they love the flexibility that DRM-free on mobile gives them.’

Written by Mobile Today
Mobile Today


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