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Topic # 103123 30-May-2012 21:43 Send private message

Now that we have Spotify, does anyone know if MOG is coming to New Zealand? I see Telstra AU are bringing it to Australia, but is there any talk of a NZ service?

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  Reply # 633310 31-May-2012 12:33 Send private message

Does anyone use MOG anyway? 
www.mog.com 

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  Reply # 633610 31-May-2012 18:44 Send private message

I have used it a few times through unblock-us but now that spotify is here I see no reason to. Seems a bit silly the way it works - weekly emails telling me I can "click here to get a few more listens".



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  Reply # 633624 31-May-2012 19:09 Send private message

GeoffisPure: I have used it a few times through unblock-us but now that spotify is here I see no reason to. Seems a bit silly the way it works - weekly emails telling me I can "click here to get a few more listens".


It is a bit cheaper than Spotify when converted from $US to NZ, but only around $1. Another site I have just started using is www.vevo.com It is music videos, but sound quality is pretty good and there is a good range on there

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