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Robi, Airtel launch Yonder Music Flyaway Contest to Thailand

  • Published at 06:07 pm August 22nd, 2017
Robi, Airtel launch Yonder Music Flyaway Contest to Thailand

Airtel and Robi Yonder Music have announced a new campaign called the Yonder Flyaway Contest, through which six lucky winners will be selected to watch EDM-pop band The Chainsmokers live at the Bi Tec Arena in Bangkok on September 15.

The Chainsmokers were chosen as the reward as they are one of the highest streamed artists on Yonder Music, a New York -based digital music service which is currently operating in six countries including Bangladesh.

In a bid to win the contest, which will run till August 28, participants need to download the Airtel or Robi Yonder Music app on their phone and then stream as many songs as possible. Each week, one Robi and one Airtel subscriber with the highest amount streamed will be selected as the winner of the contest.

This is the second time Yonder Music has offered such an opportunity for music fans in Bangladesh. In 2016, Yonder Music fulfilled the dreams of 6 lucky fans from Bangladesh, who flew to Malaysia to attend the Scorpions: 50 Years Celebration Concert, where they also had the unique opportunity to meet the band in person backstage.

Commenting on the campaign, Novara Binte Noor, country manager of Yonder Music, said: “The opportunity to see a band you love live is indescribable; it cannot be compared to anything else in the world.”

“It gives me great pleasure that Yonder Music is fulfilling this dream for other music lovers in Bangladesh,” Novara added.

Robi’s Vice President (Communication and Corporate Responsibility) Ekram Kabir said: “We are a customer-centric company. Hence, we have partnered with Yonder Music - the largest library of local and international music - to give our subscribers an opportunity to enjoy free music through the flyaway contest

“This contest will give our customers an exclusive chance to see one of their favorite bands, The Chainsmokers, in Bangkok,” the vice-president added.