Macworld Australia Staff June 21, 2012
MELBOURNE, Australia – 21st June, 2012 – Sonos, the leading developer of wireless HiFi music systems for the home, today announced another step in providing access to all the music on earth with the addition of the MOG music service to the award-winning Sonos music experience in Australia. Beginning today, Sonos customers can enjoy a high-quality, on-demand listening experience of MOG from Telstra all over their home. All Sonos customers in the Australia will receive a free 14-day trial of MOG on Sonos with Telstra customers receiving the extra benefit of no data charges.
“Our goal at Sonos is to provide music lovers with access to all the music on earth,” said John MacFarlane, CEO, Sonos, Inc. “By offering MOG to our customers, we’re providing an incredible, high-quality listening experience in the living room or any room of the home.”
“Sonos products are absolutely best-of-breed and their customers expect great sound when accessing their music from their own library or streaming music from a service like MOG,” said Telstra Director of Digital Media and Content, Adam Good. “Our goal is to deliver the best music listening experience by making it fast and easy for music lovers to listen to any song, at the highest quality, from virtually anywhere—on the computer, on their phone, and now in any room with Sonos.”
With MOG’s award-winning music service on Sonos, music fans can enjoy the following features in any room of the home:
MOG offers all new and existing Australian Sonos customers a 14-day free trial after which users can upgrade to MOG’s Premium subscription plan for $11.99 per month. Simply go to http://www.sonos.com/welcome/mog to register for the free trial. MOG Premium provides music fans with unlimited access to MOG on Sonos, with additional access online at www.mog.com, and through the MOG app on iPhone, iPad and Android devices, all via a single MOG account.
For more information about Sonos or to locate an authorized Sonos dealer in your area, please visit www.sonos.com or call (03) 9874 0800.
ABOUT SONOS, Inc.
Founded in 2002, Sonos® is the leading manufacturer of wireless music systems. The Sonos Wireless HiFi System lets you stream all the music on earth wirelessly in every room of your home with control from your Android® smartphone, iPhone®, or iPad®. In addition to playing your personal digital music collection, Sonos gives you access to millions of songs and thousands of radio stations by partnering with AUPEO, Deezer, iheartradio, JUKE, Last.fm, MOG, Napster®, Pandora®, Rdio®, Rhapsody®, SiriusXM Internet Radio, Slacker Radio®, Spotify, Stitcher SmartRadio™, TuneIn, Wolfgang’s Vault, and more. The award-winning Sonos Wireless HiFi System is available at more than ten thousand retailers in over 65 countries worldwide; or direct from Sonos at www.sonos.com. Sonos, Inc. is a privately-held company, headquartered in Santa Barbara, California with offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Hilversum, Netherlands, Shenzen, China, and Penang, Malaysia.© 2004-2012 by Sonos Inc. All rights reserved. Sonos is a Registered trademark of Sonos, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries with pending trademark registrations worldwide. SonosNet, ZonePlayer, ZoneBridge and all Sonos logos are trademarks of Sonos Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other products and services may be trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.
ABOUT MOG, Inc.
MOG Inc. is a next-generation music media company founded in June 2005 by David Hyman, former CEO for Gracenote. MOG’s all-you-can-eat, on-demand listening service provides access to a vast library of over 16 million songs through its mobile apps on iPhone, iPad, iTouch and Android, online, on streaming entertainment devices, Internet connected TVs and Blu-ray players and in the car. MOG Inc. is also the provider of The MOG Music Network (MMN), the premier destination for music content online and largest music focused advertising network consisting of over 1000 music sites, reaching more than 60 million people each month (comScore 2012).