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# 136637 4-Dec-2013 01:07
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Heard about this on the radio driving home tonight. Haven't seen this on here yet so thought I'd share.

Looks like you currently get a choice of 70 tracks (no option to search for others than what Vodafone says you can listen to) for a free trial, then $6 a month (or $8.29 if you aren't a VF customer). No free streaming over mobile data either.

There's a free trial currently, I hope they expand this a bit. I use Spotify heavily & do pay monthly for it (+ it probably makes up 60-70% of my mobile data usage currently). Seems like a good idea but severely limited.

Anyone else had a play?

http://app.vfnz.mobi




 


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  # 945443 4-Dec-2013 16:01
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Hi Peppery.

Good to hear you've tried out the new Vodafone Music app. The app includes access to 70 songs, the current top 40 and a few different playlists too. The music is updated frequently so you'll always have the current top music with you. You can set it to download the songs while on wifi so you have them ready when you're away from home.

There's more info about it on our site here http://www.vodafone.co.nz/VodafoneMusic/

Dylan

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