Brazilian telecommunications company Brisanet has recently announced the launch of a new platform focused on music streaming, which it called ‘Brisamusic’. Its catalog includes more than 40 million songs, and it is even possible to download music to listen to offline and migrate external playlists to listen to them on the platform.
On a first step, Brisamusic is available in selected Brazilian states, including Ceara, Rio Grande do Norte, Paraiba, Pernambuco and Alagoas, for a R$ 16.90 (USD 3) monthly subscription, and a 30-days free trial period. According to the information reported, access to Brisamusic can be done on up to three devices per account, but not at the same time, both from computers, cell phones and tablets with iOS or Android operating systems. Those interested in accessing the platform must be Brisanet’s broadband clients.
‘We launched Brisamusic to offer a new entertainment product to our customers. Now, in addition to the broadband, TV and telephony offers, our subscribers will be able to enjoy an accessible application, with musical diversity that adapts to all tastes’, reported Jordão Estevam, Director & Partner at Brisanet.