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Streaming Music Service JUKE, Expands into the Netherlands, Italy and Switzerland While Gearing up for a Special Christmas Promotion with Sonos

Streaming music service JUKE, increases its footprint in Europe with launches in the Netherlands, Italy and Switzerland; it was already available in Germany, Austria and Belgium. JUKE is a consumer branch of 24-7 Entertainment GmbH, Europe’s leading B2B service provider for digital music and subsidiary of Europe’s number one electronics and entertainment retail group Media-Saturn.

The cloud-based subscription service, which can be enjoyed via the web, iOS app (iPhone, iPod, iPad) android app and Windows 8 app, is also accessible in the home via the Sonos Wireless HiFi system. As part of a special Christmas promotion, JUKE and Sonos have joined forces to offer the ideal gift to pep up the holidays. From November 1 to December 31, anyone who buys a Sonos Play:3 compact wireless hi-fi player will receive a free JUKE subscription for up to 6 months, along with a free, SonosBridge (connection to router). This music package is available for 299 euros.

“JUKE and Sonos complement each other perfectly, so for anyone who loves music, this is the ideal gift.”, said Frank Taubert, CEO & Co-Founder, 24-7 Entertainment.

With JUKE, subscribers pay a monthly premium flat rate for access to over 18 million tracks from 80,000 labels. That means that everyone’s musical tastes can be satisfied and every musical wish from “The First Noel” to “Smoke on the Water” can be fulfilled on Christmas Day.

JUKE is very user friendly: simply go to myjuke.com, register and start juking. The app (for iOS, Android and Windows 8 operating systems) allows you to have mobile and offline playlists, so you can JUKE anytime and anywhere. JUKE streams in unbeatable Dolby® Pulse format, an audio codec that has been specifically developed to deliver high sound quality at low bit rates.

The JUKE and Sonos Christmas Package is available in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. Additionally, there are six, free JUKE/Play:3 Christmas Packages to be won right now on myjuke.com.

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ABOUT JUKE:

JUKE, the cloud-based streaming service with one of Europe’s biggest music libraries is a product of 24-7 Entertainment GmbH, Europe’s leading service provider for digital music. JUKE currently offers more than 18 million tracks from over 80,000 labels in every style of music. These can be listened to directly via streaming on a PC, a smartphone or other mobile devices, and tracks can be organised into individual playlists. In order to guarantee optimal sound and error-free streaming, JUKE exclusively uses the new Dolby Pulse technology from Dolby which has long been synonymous with outstanding sound quality. JUKE is available online at www.myjuke.com. For mobile devices there is also a free app which makes it possible to use JUKE in offline mode as well. The JUKE streaming service costs EUR 9.99 per month. JUKE’s music library is available in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and the Netherlands.

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