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Vodafone offers Worldspace Radio on mobile

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MUMBAI: Vodafone India has launched WorldSpace Radio across 18 circles in India enabling customers to listen to more than 100,000 songs across 10 channels.

Vodafone India customers can avail this service at a price of Rs 30 per month along with 300 minutes of free usage.

The service is available in Uttar Pradesh East & West, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Mumbai, Bihar, Kerala, Rest of Bengal, Assam, North East, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Orissa, Delhi, Tamil Nadu and Chennai.

Through this service customers can access different genres of music round-the-clock, ranging from old Hindi films, regional folk songs to ghazals. This service also offers song collections around various themes that include love songs, sentimental gems and artiste-specials that users can browse through at their convenience. Users can thus get the same old stations, now by Timbre Media -the very same team of radio professionals who introduced genre based radio in India with Worldspace.

Vodafone India has tied up with Timbre Media in association with Saregama for the purpose of radio/music programming and sound packaging. Timbre Media specialises in genre-based radio programming in popular songs and Ghazals in Hindi (old and new), international music, Carnatic and Hindustani classical, songs in regional languages like Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Punjabi, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam, and spiritual and wellness content.

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