Category Archives: Mobile Music
Yesterday I bought my son a Vodafone device and today I decided to try and buy him a game for his phone. First of all it said that it couldn’t find a GPRS connection and I would have to make a GSM call. Continue reading
China Mobile has announced it will be centralising its mobile ringback tone service. From the start of 2010, none of its 31 provincial operators will be allowed to sell their own ringback tones. All tones will be stored in a central location in Sichuan, providing an identical service to all China Mobile customers.
Mobile operator in the US Sprint says that Continue reading
With 7 million users, Shazam is maybe the biggest mobile music app available. The iPhone app can “listen” to a song playing in the background and identify the track name and artist. Today, Shazam announced the iPhone OS 3.0 update to the app. New features include better features and social networking capability. Continue reading
Free Virgin mobile USA Festival with Weezer, Blink-182, Public Enemy and Franz Ferdinand plus donation SMS
Virgin Mobile USA will have a FreeFest on Sunday august 30 at Merriweather Post Pavillion in Columbia. The admission is free…. but people that come are encouraged via to donate via SMS. So Kyocera Communications the sponsor and RE*Generation Virgin’s charitable arm will be there in full force. Continue reading
Vodafone Germany has relaunched it’s Caller Ring Back Tone portal today, complete with a new design based on RealNetworks tech. Along with some visual and user-interface tweaks, it now has a “shuffle mode” – and a pricing structure that renders the service completely irrelevant. Well done!
The new shuffle function allows users to create a track [...]
Take That’s The Circus Live 2009 tour is being promoted with mobile marketing. Two SMS promotions are being run to support the tour.
Play.com is working with Sponge to deliver a Take Thattour promotion to Play.com’s 9.5 million users.
SMS promotion 1 – is to receive different versions of Take That’s single Said It All.
Users need to [...]