Thursday, January 20, 2005

Jessica Simpson On My Cell


Story released in Mass High Tech Chaoticom to supply EMI Music songs to European cell phones.

Chaoticom, an Andover-based mobile music provider, has announced a deal providing its carrier partners access to EMI Music's audio catalogue of full-length audio tracks for download to mobile handsets.

Chaoticom will have access to approximately 200,000 tracks in EMI Music's catalogue to make available over time to its carrier. No financial terms of the deal were disclosed.

"We are thrilled to offer EMI's rich music catalogue to our customers," said Adam Sexton, vice president, marketing and product management for Chaoticom, in a statement. "This deal builds on our commitment to deploying the strongest mobile music download platform in the industry and enable consumers to discover new music and download music over the air directly to their mobile phones."

From their mobile phones, Chaoticom users have the ability to conveniently browse for selected music favorites from current charts and catalogue selections. The service enables users to preview songs prior to purchasing them and downloading them over the air directly to their mobile handsets.

Chaoticom’s mobile music download services are available in five countries through providers including Orange (United Kingdom), Telenor (Norway), Eurotel (Czech Republic), Pannon (Hungary) and SingTel (Singapore).

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