Aftown Music launches Partnership with MTN Ghana
Ghana’s leading telecommunication network MTN, has announced the launch of its subscription partnership with Aftown music, Ghana’s most recognized indigenous music streaming service and online music platform.
The aftown music service is available for users to stream using “MTN Airtime Subscription”, another innovation for customers who want to have access to unlimited music wherever they are.
MTN Ghana subscribers can simply download the aftown music app from Google Play or the Apple App Store, to choose an affordable daily, weekly or monthly package at 20p, 70p, and GH2.50p respectively to enjoy unlimited content on the aftown music app. However, standard data charges apply.
Commenting on this initiative, Senior Manager, Products and Services of MTN Ghana said “MTN has declared 2019 as the year of the customer and in this regard, we will continue to focus on partnerships that will delight our customers through the provision of innovative digital music solutions.” Our Customers love music and we had to find an innovative and convenient way of providing it to them.
Aftown music offers users an unlimited repertoire of music and video content from some of African artists. It also gives subscribers ability to enjoy live streaming from aftown related events such as concerts as well as live radio 24/7 with some of the best music radio shows across the continent. Users will also be able to get first hand exclusive access to new songs and albums from African music giants across different genres.
Announcing the launch of this partnership, aftown music’s Head of Business Development, Roland Ohene Amoako, said, ‘this partnership promises great opportunities for both, music lovers and artists as well.
“Aftown since its inception has sought innovative ways of projecting the interest of artists, while still taking into consideration the needs and capabilities of the patrons of music. Aftown aims to help the artistes make money from their craft, while bringing them closer to their fans,” he added.