Spotify Gets Some Local Competition – But It’s A Bit Of A WiMP

Spotify Gets Some Local Competition – But It’s A Bit Of A WiMP

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Although Sweden-born streaming music startup Spotify has done well in Scandinavian countries it would appear to now have a local competitor in the shape of a new service launching in Norway. Tech companies Aspiro and Platekompaniet have teamed up with telco Telenor to launch a music streaming service for Norwegian...
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