Hellas Online launches hol music club by akazoo

Wednesday 9 October 2013 | 16:52 CET | News
Greek ISP Hellas Online launched the hol music club by akazoo, a streaming music service with millions of songs from local and foreign artists, available via computers, mobiles and tablets. The service was implemented in collaboration with the music service Akazoo and the company InternetQ. With hol music club by akazoo, users can listen to music via streaming from any browser and via mobile applications for Android phones and tablets as well as iPhone devices. Users can pick between two subscriptions, namely hol music club standard (web only) at EUR 3.99 per month and hol music club premium

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Hellas Online
Countries: Greece
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