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2degrees announce exclusive partnership with TIDAL

22 February 2016

2degrees announce exclusive partnership with TIDAL


2degrees today announce its exclusive partnership with global, experiential entertainment platform, TIDAL to offer students the monthly music service, alongside its $19 Carryover Combo.

An artist owned platform, founded by such notable names as Shawn "JAY Z" Carter, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Madonna and Coldplay, to name a few, is built for fans and artists around the world. TIDAL members enjoy exclusively curated content, most recently a surprise release from Beyoncé prior to the halftime of the Super Bowl, Kanye West's, "The Life Of Pablo" and Rihanna’s latest album, "Anti."

Offered as part of 2degrees’ Student Perks, a 12 month subscription to TIDAL’s monthly music service will be included together with its $19 Carryover Combo.* Students will also get an additional 500MB of data with every $19 Carryover Combo purchase.

2degrees Head of Product and Pricing Gavin Costello, says: “We are incredibly excited to be the only NZ telco to offer students TIDAL’s monthly music service, which paired with our Prepay $19 Carryover Combo will make the perfect combination this year for students.”

Shawn "JAY Z" Carter added, "Our expansion into New Zealand and partnership with 2degrees demonstrates TIDAL's commitment to provide hi-fidelity sound, an extensive catalog of music, videos and original programming to a global community. TIDAL welcomes the opportunity to connect with a new audience of music lovers and creatives."

Students must have registered for 2degrees’ Student Perks programme (conditions apply), and must keep their $19 Carryover Combo active to continue receiving access to TIDAL and bonus data. TIDAL offer ends 1/5/16, or while stocks last. One subscription per person. Students will need to fill out the student online form using their ac.nz email to verify their account. Alternatively students can take their student ID into any 2degrees store to receive a free Student SIM. The $19 Carryover Combo includes unlimited* calls to 2degrees mobiles, 100 Carryover Minutes to NZ and Aussie, 500MB of NZ Carryover Data and unlimited* text to NZ and Aussie. *Fair use policy applies. See2degreesmobile.co.nz for full conditions.


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