O2 Tracks

O2 has taken a step into mobile music apps with the launch of O2 Tracks, an application which enables users to download and (temporarily) store all the tracks in the UK Official Top 40 Singles Chart (with the tracks changing as the chart updates).

The new app will carry a monthly subscription charge, following a free introductory period – and will be available to customers of any network. The app is available to download now on Apple and Android and will be available for Blackberry and Windows Phone soon.

O2 Tracks is the latest addition to O2’s music portfolio, in partnership with the world’s most popular music venue, The O2.

It looks like the best of a streaming service (with the ability to access regularly updated music) and the best of a mobile storage service (meaning you can listen to music when you don’t have access to either Wi-Fi or a mobile network).

You can buy and keep the tracks you like.

Customers on O2 get a two month free trial and then pay £1 a week directly onto their bill for O2 Tracks while those on other UK networks have a two-week trial and then £4.99 a month.

This could breathe a lot of life back into the charts.


O2 Tracks Premium New Music Streaming and Downloading Service for the UK Official Top 40 Singles Charts

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