Telia to launch Spotify streaming music service in Sweden

Thursday 8 October 2009 | 10:56 CET | News
Telia Sweden and European music streaming service Spotify have signed a two-year cooperation agreement to work together to develop Spotify's music service for computers, mobile phones and eventually TV as well. Telia will initially offer a Spotify mobile offering to customers in the Swedish market in a few months. Under the terms of the agreement, Spotify's services will be sold and marketed in a new way in the Swedish market. At present, more than 5.5 million people around the world use Spotify's music service. To access Spotify's music library, users need to create an account and download

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Countries: Sweden
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