Polish service provider Netia has launched a new music streaming service aimed at enterprise customers.
The operator is providing a range of music channels for businesses at a price of PLN59.90 (€14.25) a month until the end of September, which it says undercuts current offerings in this market. Thereafter, it will be available for PLN79.90.
According to Netia, its music offering, Muzyka dla Firm, is designed to provide an alternative to expensive fees for playing music in public premises, which vary significantly depending on the location.
The music choice offered by Netia is royalty-free and the company claims enterprise customers can save up to PLN1,000 a month by opting for the service. It offers 10 advertising-free thematic playlists that change each quarter, together with a set-top box – available for a nominal fee of PLN1 – and the ability to play music via an online app.
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