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Mobile Music Download Store Gigaboxx Dumps Subscription Charge For Artists And Labels

November 15th, 2010 11:56 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Gigaboxx, the UK mobile music download platform targeting artists and record companies who want to set up shop to sell direct to fans, has dumped its monthly subscription charge to make the bulk of its B2B service free. This actually makes a lot of sense since the startup gets a kick back for every track sold, so why charge for the razors? Furthermore, Gigaboxx says that it’s seen 1,000 new sign-ups since it quietly switched to free last week.

As we reported when the service was first outed in April at TechCrunch Europe’s GeeknRolla, it has a particular emphasis on live events – hence the mobile component – offering artists a “suite of marketing toolsâ€, including their own store URL, QR codes and a SMS reply service that they can feature in promotional material and share on social networks.

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