las vegas, Nevada | Digital Media, E-Commerce, Websites
Music dPo (think “depot”) answered a simple question,”When did it get so expensive to OWN your music?” First we looked at the options on the market: Paying for the single, paying for the album, or streaming it from the internet. We came to see that paying per song is expensive, but consumers do it because there isn’t a better alternative. Others choose to stream music, which has its drawbacks: Streaming is not available everywhere. In the places where it is available, its quality and the user experience is dictated by the bandwidth. Streaming does not allow you to own your music either which is why we have developed a formula that allows consumers to receive more music for the same price they currently pay. Music dPo will tell each and every targeted market that you do not have to pay $1.29 per song, you can choose the songs you want out of an album, and there is no monthly subscription.
Downloading music online is more common than buying a cd. A company called Music dPo has found a way to give MORE songs for LESS money than any of the “big guys”; all while never paying per song, album, or by month ever again.