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O2 Tracks is THE music app everyone is talking about. Free trial. All UK networks welcome. No ads. No streaming. The biggest music on your mobile. Personalised playlists with new music every day. It’s simple, just wake up and play. Plus listen to your favourite songs on the move, no internet required. Download and try it for free now. O2 Tracks does all the work. You simply need to press play. Features: • The Official UK Top 40 • Offline play, no internet required. • Stream latest music videos on 4G • Celebrity news and gossip • Playlists handpicked by top artists • Backstage access • Swappable playlists After your free trial continue to enjoy the latest music from only £1 a week. Automatically billed so you don’t need to worry about missing out. SUBSCRIPTION We only ask for your mobile number to apply your free trial. You will not be charged unless you choose to subscribe. If you’re an O2 customer it’s free for 4 weeks. After that, you can sign up for just £1 a week. If you’re not with O2 it’s free for 2 weeks. After your free trial you can get rolling unlimited access for £4.99 per month. O2 customers with 4G can get all the music as well as music videos and bonus backstage content for just £1.50 a week. Simply sign up using your credit card, debit card or PayPal account. No hidden charges and you are free to unsubscribe at any time. If you have a question or query talk to us through Social. Drop us a tweet, post on our Facebook page or start the conversation in our Community WIFI RECOMMENDED Please note: Downloading all the music for the first time will exceed 50MB and we recommend you use Wifi. Subsequent updates will not exceed 15MB. .


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