Beats Music streaming service got off to such a popular start that it left it with issues that had to be solved. The experts at the source are fixing the faults while many customers are being forced to wait for sign up. The execs at the top are giving their reassurance to the clientele that everything is in control and matters will be resolved soon.
It got off to a wonderful start but soon, due to the huge numbers of people signing in, glitches began to make an appearance in the system. Just to remain on the safe side, the top brass decided to put things on hold and let the bug that had infected the process undergo a resolution of sorts.
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Meanwhile, the tons of customers, who were looking forward to hearing their favorite tunes, have been locked out of the service’s amenities. While they can register, they will get access to the service a week later. Of course, an extra seven days of free time will be added to their account limit.
The connectivity problems are a hard nut to crack at Beats Music. But the workers behind the wonderful service are doing all that lies in their capacity to undo the fault line that seems to have appeared out of nowhere. It is a matter of extreme volume that has severely taxed the limited capacity at Beats Music.
The CEO, Ian Rogers in a friendly statement thanked the crowd of music lovers who had lent all their support to the enterprise. He promised a quick return after the momentary shutdown.