Saturday 15 May 2021

Kolbi Launches Music Service

kolbimusica(QENTERTAINMENT) Costa Rica’s state-owned telecom operator ICE, under its Kolbi brand, has officially launched a new music streaming app dubbed Kolbi Musica in a bid to compete with rival streaming services from Claro and Movistar.

The service currently offers access to 25 million songs for ¢3,200 colones a month; pre-paid customers can spread the cost at ¢800 a week.

To entice customers, Kolbi is offering 30 days free.

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Users will also be able to create playlists, watch videos and access news about national and international music event via the app.

In September Kolbi launched a series of new prepay plans complete with extra bundled data for social network use.

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