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WorldSpace creates sweet music this festive season

20-October-2005
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WorldSpace creates sweet music this festive season

WorldSpace has come out with an attractive festive season offer for satellite music enthusiasts, through which music lovers can become WorldSpace subscribers by paying just Rs 1,999. This includes the cost of a DIVA receiver and a three-month subscription. Renewal of the subscription will be at WorldSpace's regular price at renewal time. At present, the receiver itself costs Rs 3,790, while the yearly subscription fee is Rs 1,800.

The offer, which is valid till stocks last, will give subscribers access to WorldSpace's line-up of 40 stations covering an amazing range of music, entertainment, news, sports, and information.

In addition to WorldSpace's special service registration offer, subscribers who join during the offer period will also have access to a host of special programmes celebrating the festive season.

WorldSpace Satellite Radio offers digital quality music, round-the-clock and commercial-free. Apart from Hindi music, it also has classical music, fusion, new age and world music, folk, spiritual and Sufi music, and more.

There is also a bevy of regional stations to choose from, which includes Tara (Bengali), Tunak Punjabi (Punjabi), Spandana (Telugu), Sparsha (Kannada), KL Radio (Tamil), and RM Radio (Malayalam). At present, WorldSpace has a subscription base of over 60,000 in India.

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