Maxis launches a new multi-platform music service, ONEMusic
Now you can get your fave tunes at your finger tips. ONEMusic brings you local and international music in all genres and the four main languages.
Courtesy of Maxis Berhad
(L-R): Soo Wincci, Mizz Nina, Emcee Jesz, Maxis’ Vice President and Head of Product, Devices and Innovation T Kugan, Maxis’ Chief Operating Officer Jean-Pascal van Overbeke, One Stop Music Sdn Bhd’s Chairman Ng Cheong Hock, Executive Director of One Stop Music Sdn Bhd Edwin Tan, Tantri from KOTAK and Edry Hashim from Project Pistol.
Now you can download music the legal way, of course. Maxis recently introduce ONEMusic, a multi-platform music service, which you can access with an affordable tag of just RM8 a month.
Said Maxis' Chief Operating Officer Jean-Pascal van Overbeke, "Whatever your choice of device, whether you choose to spend more time on the move or at home, so long as you want on-demand music which you can download for permanent access to your device libraries, ONEMusic will give you this. Never before in the Malaysian music arena, has there been a way for music-makers to reach their audiences so easily, in colour as well as sound. We hope this will help to support music culture and enrich our shared experience."
Maxis customers can subscribe to ONEMusic by sending 'On ONEMusic' to 29000 via SMS, surfing Music Unlimited website at musicunlimited.com or by dialing *100# for Easy Menu. What are you waiting for?
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