One of Nigeria’s telecommunications giant, MTN – has launched the Nigerian arm of its new music streaming service, MusicTime!. Launched in South Africa back in December 2018, the service which aims to serve millions of songs available across the globe to music lovers was developed in partnership with Simfy Africa.
According to MTN, users of the streaming service can instantly stream music even if they have no data on their phones at no subscription cost, however, users will pay for “the time spent listening to music on the platform.”
Making the announcement, the Chief Operating Officer of MTN Nigeria, Mazen Mroue said;
“MTN Nigeria is proud to launch yet another service that is focused on customer satisfaction and digital inclusion. We know that music is a big part of the Nigerian culture, and in recent times, we have seen talented Nigerians take the world by storm through the fantastic music they create. MusicTime! is a platform that ensures accessibility to these great Nigerian and African music across the world.”
MusicTime! currently has about 100k+ downloads on the Google PlayStore and listed under the name of Simfy Africa.