Saudi firm starts music e-store

01 Feb 2011

(MENAFN) Music Master managing director, Saeed Elajou, said that the company launched an online music store that offers three million tracks to customers all over the Middle East, reported The National.

The CEO of the the Saudi-based company which serves as the largest regional distributor for CDs and DVDs for Universal, Sony, EMI and Warner, said that the company would start selling tracks at the price of $0.81 each and albums at $8.16 each.

The CEO said that the company launched this site in a plan to become a leading, paid, and legal download platform in the region. The site would serve the GCC, Lebanon and Egypt.

The CEI added that the site has the advantage of a large diversity of track while at the same time it is simple and easy to navigate.

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