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HTC Partners With Hungama; Smartphones Will Come With Pre-loaded Apps

Hungama’s music and video destinations Hungama Music and Hungama Play will be pre-loaded on HTC’s range of current and upcoming smartphones

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Indian digital entertainment company Hungama has partnered with Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC to offer an entertainment experience for HTC users.

Hungama’s music and video destinations Hungama Music and Hungama Play will be pre-loaded on HTC’s range of current and upcoming smartphones. The HTC users will get a free trial of apps, 3 months for Hungama Music and 1 month for Hungama Play.

Hungama Music library consists of over 10 million songs and music videos while Hungama Play offers over 8000 blockbuster Bollywood, Hollywood and Regional movies along with a vast catalogue of TV and kids series as well as a host of short films, documentaries, music videos and live events.

 Faisal Siddiqui, President- South Asia, HTC said, “We are excited to partner with Hungama and provide our customers with a daily dose of entertainment that can be delivered and enjoyed seamlessly on our devices. “

Hungama services also come loaded with power-packed and convenient features such as offline download that allows users to download content (video and audio) over their WiFi network or any other preferred network and consume the same when they are offline.

Neeraj Roy, MD &CEO, Hungama Digital Media Entertainment said, “With the advent of faster and cheaper data, the personal handset is progressively becoming the primary destination to consume entertainment. We are glad to partner with HTC and enable an entertainment ecosystem on their devices at a single click. Hungama offers HTC users a one-stop destination for all entertainment ranging from music, movies, TV series, music videos to live events and more.”