Napster music flat by O2
|Listen to your favorite music with Napster easily and everywhere Music flat for 7,99 euros instead of 9,95 euros per month|
|Test it 30 days for free|
You can use this offer on up to three devices. Customers can stream music and audio books online and download with the smartphone or tablet (iOS and Android) on their respective device and access in offline mode. Napster is also available online on selected Smart TVs, set-top boxes and multi-room and stereo systems. Test it 30 days for free At the beginning, customers have the opportunity to listen in the wide range of Napster - as in the first 30 days there is a trial period of the music flat. Even after this trial the maximum flexibility is maintained because the offer is terminated monthly. O2 customers can book the Napster flat in the O2 Shop, on the hotline or via www.o2.de when signing a new mobile contract or in addition to an existing mobile phone contract. Via SMS they receive an email with a link to a page where they can activate their Napster account. Customers can add the Napster service from the 27 November for a discounted price of 7.99 euros instead 9.95 euros. Billing is supplied directly via O2. Discover new music and share it with friends In the ever-increasing and weekly updated Napster music catalog, customers can not only listen to their favorites, but also discover new music. For this purpose the Napster music editors being well versed in the German music market are creating hundreds of pre-programmed playlists and radio channels, matching to the actual mood, to every reason or just sorted by genre or a specific era. In editorial articles, customers get the latest news and background from the music world. In addition, they can store their favorite music in the user archive "My Music" and create their own playlists. Global partnership with Napster The Napster Music-Flat is part of the global partnership with Telefónica and Napster, which both companies have announced this October.
|Rhapsody International is parent company of leading streaming music services, Rhapsody and Napster. Initially launched inDecember 2001, Rhapsody is the original streaming music service that gives members unlimited on-demand access to more than 20 million songs, whether they're listening on a PC, laptop, Internet connected home stereo or TV, MP3 player or mobile phone. In December 2011, Rhapsody International acquired Napster International. Rhapsody International is headquartered inSeattle, with offices across the U.S. and Europe. Rhapsody and the Rhapsody logo are registered trademarks of Rhapsody International Inc. Follow @Rhapsody on Twitter and keep up with the latest on the Rhapsody Facebook page. Napster is one of the world's leading premium subscription digital music services. Owned and operated by U.S.-based Rhapsody International Inc., Napster combines the iconic history of one of the most recognizable digital music brands in the world with the vast experience and technological platform of the first subscription music service, Rhapsody. Napster offers one of the world's most comprehensive online music collections and provides access to your music anywhere, via hundreds of devices. Rhapsody, Napster, and their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Rhapsody International Inc. For more information, visit www.napster.com. Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG, listed at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in the Prime Standard, and its wholly-owned, operationally active subsidiary Telefónica Germany GmbH & Co. OHG belong to Telefónica Europe and are part of the Spanish telecommunication group Telefónica S.A. The company offers its German private and business customers post-paid and prepaid mobile telecom products as well as innovative mobile data services based on the GPRS, UMTS and LTE technologies with its product brand O2. In addition, the integrated communications provider also offers DSL fixed network telephony and high-speed Internet. Telefónica Europe has 102 million mobile and fixed network customers in Spain, Great Britain, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany.|