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In a recent development, Hewlett Packard India teamed up with Universal Music Group and Hungama.com to introduce it's HP Connected Music service in the nation starting from January 30, 2013. Available from February 1, the music streaming service will let users stream and download music free for a year, however, it will work only on new HP Windows 8 PC and laptops. Users would be able to access the service at hpconnectedmusic.co.in using the launcher embedded in the machine. Meanwhile, HP has not disclosed details about the subscription fee, yet.
HP partnered with Universal Music India and Hungama.com to bring its users music from over 20,000 artists from both the local as well as the international music industry.
Ranjivjit Singh, Head of Marketing, HP PPS India said, "Our consumers have told us they want a seamless music experience, while using their device and this is exactly what HP Connected Music provides. Through its subscription service, it allows people the chance to explore a whole new world of music and exclusive content, while using their HP device.