Samsung will bring one more music service to join the large number of already existing ones. The service comes to match the evolved audio performances that this company's products come
In order to make this service possible, Samsung has partnered with MusicNet and will bring it on some of its handsets from now on. MusicNEt currently uses a large number of partners for bringing their music solution on mobile phones. These include Yahoo Music Unlimited, Urge, Samsung Media Studio and many others. Each of them has different prices and brings variations in the type of services that they provide.Samsung
will be using its own Media Studio application for providing music services. Users will be able to subscribe for a monthly fee which enables them to download as much music as they wish. The estimated number of songs which will be available is that of 3 million tracks at most.
"The introduction of the Samsung Media Studio is innovation in the digital age at its best. We have linked our internationally popular devices with a music subscription service and store adding a new dimension to how consumers interact with their devices. With the Samsung Media Studio the world is at your fingertips with millions of songs accessible anytime, anywhere", said Seungsoo Park, VP of Sales & Marketing Digital AV Division of Samsung Electronics.
Samsung has already started to advertise its new service as one which will bring great advantages
to its users. Moreover, it will be available for Samsung's K3, K5 and T9 music handsets. It will be available for mobile phone users in the United Kingdom, France and Germany. The monthly subscription will be of 15 euros in Germany and France and 10.25 pounds in the UK. For individual track downloads, people will have to pay an estimated price of 1.15 euros.