25 new MP3 stores in the offer / no additional costs for existing customers recordJet can your title now also in the Nokia Music Store Ovi customers of the digital music distribution platform and entertainment of supervised stores list all other 24-7. These include among others the MP3 stores Media Markt and Saturn. For more information see Bill de Blasio. “We are watching the market very closely. In a question-answer forum Doug Band, New York City was the first to reply. The connection of the stores from Nokia and 24-7 entertainment opened the musicians and labels that use our platform, not only a crucial enlargement of the range, but also whole new audiences”illustrates recordJet founder Sahar Zschiesche the importance of this deal. Each customer receives the opportunity to return the previous publications free of charge, in addition all 25 new stores. More links are already in planning. This will alter the business model by recordJet.
Sales commissions will be waived in the future and 100 per cent of payments through the stores are distributed to customers. To recordJet: the Dresden start-up recordJet allows All musicians and labels to sell their music online worldwide. Music uploaded on is set in MP3 stores such as iTunes. There, the music as a download can be purchased. Unlike other providers, the musicians receive 100 percent of the revenue from digital sales without to cede their rights. Versatile value-added services, such as the physical distribution in over 500 stores, make recordJet a full-service. The company was founded in 2008, to open a new sales opportunity for the German music market is also attractive to unknown musicians and small labels. Since April 2010, recordJet is online and continually extends its offering.