Brazil: Muve Music to work with Brazil Mobile carrier TIM

Leap Wireless International, announced that its music service, Muve Music, is now being offered to customers of TIM Brazil, a Brazilian  mobile carrier.

According to the company, TIM has more than  70 million customers.

 This partnership marks the first realization of a strategic company goal of licensing international carriers to use our proprietary Muve technology," said Doug Hutcheson, Leap's chief executive officer.

Muve Music was launched on the Cricket service in the U.S. in January 2011 and now has near 1.5 million subscribers.


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