To commemorate the 161st Birth Anniversary of celebrated poet, writer, playwright, composer, philosopher, social reformer and painter, Shri Rabindra Nath Tagore, leading telecom brand Vi has curated a special playlist of Rabindra Sangeet. Created by Vi in partnership with Hungama Music, the Rabindra Sangeet playlist is available to all Vi customers on Hungama Music on the Vi App.
Vi is also creating a music experience zone at Rabindra Tirtha, one of the most renowned cultural centers of Kolkata. All visitors to Rabindra Tirtha on 9th May on the occasion of Rabindra Jayanti will be able to experience the specially curated Rabindra Sangeet playlist by Vi and Hungama.
Vi in partnership with Hungama Music, brings 460,000 Bengali and Hindi songs across multiple genres, to cater to the interests and preferences of customers in the state. Vi offers unlimited downloads, endless playlists, podcasts, music videos and a wide repertoire of millions of popular musical compositions spanning 20 Indian languages. This huge library of Ad free Music is available to all Vi customers exclusively on the Vi App for the first 6 months at no extra cost.
Sukanta Das, Business Head- East Cluster, Vodafone Idea, said, “At Vi, we look out for innovative avenues to engage with our customers and be an important part of their special moments with relevant products and service offerings. On the occasion of Rabindra Jayanti, we have created a special Rabindra Sangeet playlist for the listening pleasure of our customers. Through Vi Music, we bring relevant and local Music content for our customers to get their daily dose of musical entertainment. Vi invites all our customers in West Bengal to join the Vi App and access a huge library of English, Hindi and Bengali music free of cost, brought through our partnership with Hungama Music.”
The Hungama Music offering on the Vi App is aimed at fulfilling the customers’ need for a comprehensive music streaming service. Besides Hindi and Bengali songs, Vi customers have a choice of Music offerings in Assamese, Bhojpuri, Gujarati, Haryanvi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Rajasthani, Tamil, Telugu languages amongst Indian languages, as well as Korean, Arabic, Sinhalese and Spanish music.