Kaspersky launches online music service
Dubai, June 24, 2012
Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of secure content management solutions, has launched an online music service in association with Universal Music Group (UMG), a global music company.
The service Kaspersky Music was launched in an exclusive event held at Cirque du Soir in Fairmont Hotel.
Kaspersky Lab customers will exclusively receive free access to Kaspersky Music website, available in English and Arabic, and contains a wide variety of music ranging from international music to Arabic, Islamic and poetry available for free download.
Kaspersky Music users will also get the chance to participate in frequent raffles and competitions to win concert tickets, CDs and exclusive merchandising from Universal Music. Users will also receive updates on the latest news from Universal Music’s artists around the world and a list of the top downloaded songs from the website.
Tarek Kuzbari, managing director, Kaspersky Lab Middle East and Turkey said, “We are offering our customers a unique and safe music browsing experience in the Middle East region, and we couldn’t think of any better partner than Universal Music to partner with for such an initiative. Kaspersky Music is one of the services that we will be providing to our current and potential customers whom will benefit from download of different kind of music tracks.'
Patrick Boulos, managing director of Universal Music Group, Mena said, “Universal Music Group works with many multinational corporations around the world and we are happy now to extend our experience in the field of music to Kaspersky Lab.”
“We will be feeding the Kaspersky Music service with the latest top chart hits, International news and music, great Universal artists’ merchandise products, to offer Kaspersky Lab customers an exclusive, first of its kind, musical experience,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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