Cricket looking to license Muve Music to other carriers

Cricket looking to license Muve Music to other carriers

Cricket is looking to make more money from its Muve Music service. And they’re not looking to end-users for this; rather, they’re turning to other carriers which may be interested to offer something similar to their customers.

In the two years since launching it, Cricket managed to attract more than 1 million subscribers to Muve Music, effectively making it the second-largest music subscription service in the U.S. behind Spotify. To spur adoption, the carrier was integrating Muve Music to its smartphone plans, helping it reach half a million new users in the last 6 month.

And now they’re looking to sell the expertise to carriers all around the world. The new company has been formed that will offer white-label solutions to operators looking to repeat Cricket’s success.

It is said that Muve’s platform would allow operators to start pricing music in many ways, for instance selling subscription for 10 cents a day or restricted plans for as low as 50 cents a month. We’ll see where this goes…

[Via: GigaOm]

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