The operator says the service currently has close to a million tracks available from labels including Sony Music and Universal Music as well as independent labels distributed by Propolis Media. Cyfrowy Polsat said that it was in talks with other suppliers including EMI Music, Warner Music and The Orchard.
Muzo.pl director Jarosław Rawicka said the company had the ambition to be one of the leading music providers in the country. Muzo.pl is offering three levels of subscription – Muzo, offering up to 20 hours of music per month for free, Muzo Plus for PLN9.90, currently available via the Windows platform to PC users, and Muzo Go for PLN19.90, available to Android mobile devices, with iOS and other platforms to follow.
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