mSpot breaks the 4 mill subscriber mark

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Mobile entertainment company mSpot announced that it has more than four million subscribers. That’s a lot of people downloading media to their mobile phones.

mSpot CEO Daren Tsui, says:

“These numbers are a clear and overwhelming sign that consumers want to do more with their phones than just make calls and send text messages – they want entertainment too. mSpot’s ability to easily and seamlessly deliver the music and movies that consumers love directly to their mobile devices has led to remarkable growth in a very short period.”

Founded in 2004, mSpot currently offers 13 live services with eight North American carriers, delivering content from the likes of ABC, ClearChannel, Fox Sports, NPR, Paramount Pictures and Disney, plus all major music labels and many indie music labels.

Here’s
the full release about mSpot’s latest achievements.

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