Sky Songs giving away free album download to Sun readers

From: British Sky Broadcasting Ltd
Published: Fri Nov 13 2009

Sky Songs has teamed up with The Sun to offer every reader a completely free digital album or ten free songs to download, in what is set to be the nation's biggest ever digital music giveaway*

The offer gives The Sun's music loving readers access to the massive collection of music on Sky Songs from some of the greatest artists from the past and present, across all major record companies and a comprehensive range of independent labels.

With over 150,000 albums and four million songs to pick from, readers can download ten songs free - or a complete album worth £6.49 - to keep forever as part of their digital music collection, as well access to unlimited ad-free music streaming for 30 days through Sky Songs**. To take advantage of this offer, readers will need to enter credit or debit card details however it is completely free of charge and readers can simply opt out at any stage before the end of the 30 day period with no long term commitment.

All mp3 downloads from Sky Songs work on iPods, compatible phones and any MP3 player. Sky Songs is also integrated with Windows Media Player and iTunes and a range of other music management applications so that anything downloaded is automatically added to readers' existing music collections.

To access the MP3 music download offer, readers need to collect three out of six promotional codes printed in the paper.

About Sky Songs:
Sky Songs is an innovative new online music service from Sky, available to any consumer in the UK with an active broadband connection, no matter what their internet service provider. This fantastic new service offers access to over four million songs for mp3 downloads and unlimited ad-free streaming. Sky Songs is a flexible service with no long term commitment.


Notes to editors
*Estimated scale of promotion is based on The Sun's circulation of c.3million paper sales daily – the UK's largest daily newspaper
** To download the free album or 10 songs plus 30 days of free streaming readers must install the Sky Songs music download manager application (free).

Exclusions apply. Full terms and conditions can be found in The Sun and on the Sky Songs website. Readers have until midnight on Saturday 14th November to claim their free credits, but once an account has been set up, they will have 30 days before they expire.

For more information please contact:
Victoria Etaghene
Sky Consumer PR Executive
British Sky Broadcasting Ltd
Grant Way
020 7805 6424
Company: British Sky Broadcasting Ltd
Contact Name: Victoria Etaghene
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Contact Phone: 020 7805 6424

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