Banglalink brings music app 'Vibe'
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Published: 2017-04-06 02:57:05.0 BdST Updated: 2017-04-06 02:57:05.0 BdST
Mobile-phone operator Banglalink has brought a music app named 'Banglalink Vibe'.
The operator said in a press release on Wednesday that app "provides ultimate music streaming with unique user interface".
"Users can find their desired track while exploring from latest songs to hard-to-find classics in Banglalink Vibe," the press release said.
The ad-free music experience comes with seamless streaming both on Wi-Fi and mobile network.
All Banglalink users can avail this music service by visiting http://blvibe.com and Android users can download Banglalink Vibe app from Google Play Store. The app will be available for iPhone users at the App Store "soon", the release said.
Banglalink Vibe also offers a 30-day free trial with 20MB free internet to enjoy music. After the free trial period, users can choose from different subscription plans.
“We believe, out of many music app driven services Banglalink Vibe will stand out from many other music service for its outstanding user interface, collection of music and tremendous sound quality," the press release quoted Ziaul Hoque Sikder, head of content, Banglalink, as saying.
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