WaTunes To Consolidate On Music Store Services

March 3, 2010 at 5:08 pm Leave a comment

Hey guys,

We are cruising into a brand new month with some really exciting new developments coming. I want to say that we thank all of you for choosing our services and we hope that you'll continue to enjoy our innovations and technology. In spite of these amazing news, there are some updates that I have to inform you:

Starting today, we have consolidated our distribution platform to just 4 main music stores (iTunes, Amazon, MediaNet, and Dijit). We have decided to halt content deliveries from other stores as they do not provide enough revenue for you while producing a higher maintenance cost on our side. The stores we have removed are: eMusic, Rhapsody, LimeWire, and VidZone (mobile only). Does this mean that we've closed our contracts with them? No. This only means that as time progress and we're generate more revenue, we'll more than likely re-incorporate these stores into our distribution platform.

Q: What if my contents are already available on these stores?

If you're contents is already available on the stores we are removing, we will not remove them unless it was requested by you to do so. They will continue to be available and you will receive royalties for each music service accordingly. 

Q: If I'm a free user, how do I gain access to these stores?

You can gain access to Amazon and MediaNet in a couple ways:

1:  Use our Pay-As-You-Go service (starts at $5.00 per store, per album)


2: Upgrade to the WaTunes VIP service ($12.95 per month for all stores)

Dijit is offered to all users entirely free as we're currently offering the Mobile App distribution service for free!

As always, share with us your feedback, comments, and questions. 🙂

Posted via email from WaTunes


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