Subscribers can download 750 megabytes of music each month for $4.
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Local mobile operator Alfa has teamed up with Anghami, one of the region's largest music applications, and is now offering subscribers extra Internet data to stream and download songs onto their phones.Here's how the bundle works: For a dollar, Alfa will give subscribers an extra 150 megabytes of Internet data to use specifically for music listening on Anghami. For frequent Anghami users, Alfa is offering a larger $4 bundle with 750 megabytes of data. The music-data bundle aimed to target young people, a demographic among which the new bundle has so far proved successful, Hayek told The Daily Star Tuesday.The application gained 3 million users within the first eight months, though a small percentage of users are Lebanese given the country's small population and relatively poor Internet coverage.
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