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HP Play music site opened for Middle East

HP follows Kaspersky Lab in tie up with Universal Music for local music website

HP Play music site opened for Middle East
HP Play will give users access to downloads of Universal Music Group artistes, says Ziade.

HP has launched a new music download site for the Middle East, in a partnership with Universal Music.

The HP Play website will allow users to download and stream music from Universal Music Group's catalogue. Earlier this week security company Kaspersky Lab announced a similar deal to make Universal music available to buyers of its anti-virus solutions.

HP Play will be available for free for twelve months to buyers of HP Envy 4 and Envy 6 Sleekbooks.

Customers that want to access HP Play without buying a Sleekbook will be able to purchase HP Play packs at selected retail stores or online at hpplay.com/me.

Salim Ziade, general manager HP Printing and Personal Systems, HP, Middle East, said: "As the world's largest technology company, we are excited to partner with the world's leading music group to offer music fans across the Middle East access to this extensive catalogue. At HP, we are constantly working to redefine the digital entertainment experience for our customers. With innovative new products, services and collaborations, we want to enhance the way consumers connect with their favourite content, whether it's music, movies or games."

HP Play will be available in the UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan.

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