simfy Africa song tally now over 20-million

From IT News Africa news alert Thu Nov 29 2012, 07:59:48

simfy Africa has announced that more than 20 million songs are now available on South Africa's first legal music streaming service. The company advises that 22,500 songs have been added every day in...

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