New Sonos Software Gives Free Music To Customers

Posted: Aug 6 2008, 12:14pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:54am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 

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Sonos announced new software for its multi-room music systems that gives free music to customers. Sonos says that after customers register or upgrade their system to Sonos 2.6 they will get $200 in free music.

Sonos partners providing the free music include Classical.com, eMusic, and Livedownloads.com. Classical.com will give customers three DRM-free albums including one each from classical, jazz, and world categories. eMusic will give 50 DRM-free tracks and a free audio book and LiveDownloads.com will give ten free DRM-free concerts.

"We want to connect our customers with the music they love, so they can enjoy it all over the house," said Phil Abram, President & COO, Sonos, Inc. "By providing free feature updates, their experience continues to get better even after they buy Sonos. Today that means helping our customers build their local music collection with offers from world-class music partners."

Via Sonos

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