du brings musical offers for postpaid customers

Postpaid customers get access to over 20 million Arabic and International songs
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In a new initiative, all du postpaid customers will benefit from a six-months free Anghami Plus access, while new customers who opt for a 12 or 24-month extra data contract, will get the free offer for the period of the contract providing them with a seamless experience to listen to and download unlimited music on-the-go on their mobile.

“Music has been a part of our business for the longest time with our du Live! platform, so we understand the intricate relationship that people have with music, and the value it adds to their lives,” said Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer, du. “We have always made sure our services reflect our customers’ needs which is why we wanted to make music available to everyone with just a touch of a button. This initiative further enhances our ability to provide our valued customers with even more services that add life to life. Our collaboration with Anghami gives our valued customers a platform to experience the power of music, wherever they are.”

“We’re very excited to launch this collaboration with du, music is a common strategic sweet spot between both brands. While Anghami has become the reference in music in the Middle East; with Anghami Plus, du’s postpaid customers will have instantaneous access to play and download the largest catalogue of Arabic and International music in the region right at their fingertips and free of charge,” said Eddy Maroun, CEO, Anghami.

Anghami, ‘my tunes’ in Arabic, is a music streaming service in MENA offering the largest catalogue of Arabic and International licensed music content for both online streaming and offline access through its premium subscription “Anghami Plus”.

With this offer, du customers can listen to music offline on their phones, tablets, or computers and can also create personalised playlists of their favorite artists, browse through thousands of curated playlists to match their mood or activity and sing along with song lyrics. The service also allows customers to socialise with friends, download songs for offline access, and follow their favourite artists while staying updated with all the latest music.

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