ETL music platform takes ‘young at heart’ by storm

ETL music platform takes ‘young at heart’ by storm

ETL music platform takes ‘young at heart’ by storm


Luciah Phahla

MASERU – IF you a big fan of music, Econet Telecom Lesotho (ETL) has good news for you.

With the launch of MusicTime! in Maseru yesterday one will have access to over 30 million songs from as little as M5.

The platform will allow you unlimited access for 30 days.

ETL says top-ups can be done through USSD or web access.

The data that is used for this service is included in the top-up and ETL says there are no hidden costs.

“This service will excite the people of Lesotho offering music on their own terms. The massive music library will continue to grow and will also house local music. This service will bring you all the music you love right into your handset with no hidden costs,” said ETL chief executive, Leon de Fleuriot.

To get started, you download the MusicTime! App from Google play store or iStore, then sign-up and enjoy the music.

All new registrations will enjoy a free once-off 60 minutes music time which is valid for seven days.

Subscribers will not be charged additional data prices for downloading the app and music while subscribed.

The App is also available on the ETL website and can be downloaded for free.

The product is currently available to prepaid subscribers and plans are underway to avail it to post paid subscribers.

The various genres allow one to set-up own playlists which can then be shared with either friends or the public.

Subscribers can also follow celebrities and other subscribers on the platform and listen to what they are currently listening to or play lists that they have shared.

The beauty of the service lies in being able to download the music and listening to it off-line.

And the cherry on top is the ability to listen to music samples – less than 30 seconds – even when one is not subscribed to the service.

The product is expected to take the youth and the young at heart by storm.

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