7digital Expands Music Footprint To India, South America, South Africa To Bolster The Smartphone Blitz

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7digital — the streaming and download music company that offers a direct-to-consumer service but also partners with the likes of Samsung and Pure to power respectively its Music Hub and radio services — on connected devices like smartphones, tablets and music players, today announced a significant international expansion into the emerging markets of India, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and South Africa, where it says it has now inked deals both with major as well as independent labels ...

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