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Bell Canada introduces All Access Music services
Posted: 05-Jul-2007 [Source: Bell Canada]

[Bell announced All Access Music and All Access Music to Go, offering subscribers access to more than 1.5 million music tracks, including the world's leading catalog of French Canadian music. ]

Toronto -- Bell announced All Access Music and All Access Music to Go, offering subscribers access to more than 1.5 million music tracks, including the world's leading catalog of French Canadian music. Subscribers will find that building a personal music library, discovering new artists, sharing favorite tracks with friends, or listening to music on the go has never been easier.

All Access Music lets subscribers listen to and share their online music library from any Internet-connected computer, all for less than the cost of a single CD a month. With All Access Music to Go, music lovers can download unlimited music tracks as often as they like to any compatible mobile audio player.

"Music enthusiasts demand simple access to a wide variety of today's best music and the flexibility to take their music with them," said Kevin Crull, President, Bell Residential Services. "Bell provides consumers with a one-stop shop, combining Sympatico High Speed Internet and Canada's best online music library with one convenient monthly payment."

For the ultimate music package from Bell, customers can combine Sympatico High Speed Internet service, All Access Music to Go and the Samsung K5 MP3 Player, one of today's hottest portable audio players. This state-of-the-art MP3 player, which customers will own outright at the completion of their two-year subscription, includes 4 GB flash memory, touch-screen control, slide-out speakers, digital tuner and rechargeable battery.

Added Crull: "Customers get access to Sympatico / MSN Music Store's online concerts, celebrity play lists, Top 100 lists, the latest interviews and news from today's top artists, as well as exclusive content via Live at the Orange Lounge - all without fear of viruses, corrupt files, spyware and pop-ups that are often associated with peer-to-peer music download sites."

All Access Music is available for $10 per month or $90 a year, while All Access Music to Go is $12 per month or $120 a year. Customers can also package Sympatico High Speed Internet, All Access Music to Go and the Samsung K5 MP3 Player on a two-year plan. Please visit www.allaccessmusic.ca for details.

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