New Delhi: Celebrating the spirit of Independence Day, Tata Teleservices, India’s fastest-growing pan-India dual-technology telecom service provider, has tied up with Universal Music Group, the world’s largest music content company, to offer exclusive rights of a patriotic song from the album called ‘SuperHeavy’ on August 15, 2011. The key highlight of the album is a song called Satyamev Jayathe sung by international artists like AR Rahman, Mick Jagger, Dave Stewart, Joss Stone, and Damian Marley. Tata Teleservices is the only operator to offer exclusive rights of the music album for the initial three weeks on the occasion of the 64th Independence Day to its Tata DOCOMO, and Tata Indicom customers.
Each of the five international musicians comes from different musical backgrounds. The band shares eleven Grammy Awards between them and has been recording together in various studios around the world.
Speaking at the occasion, Gurinder Singh Sandhu, head, marketing, Tata Teleservices, said, “At the outset we would like to wish every Indian, 'A very Happy Independence Day!' It is indeed a moment of pride and grandeur as we celebrate the 64th Independence Day.”
He further added, “This Independence Day, we are offering something exclusive to our Tata DOCOMO and Tata Indicom customers, wherein they can enjoy the song that will add to the spirit of patriotism. Each song is a unique composition while the one that stands out is Satyameva Jayathe. The same is being highlighted in our current campaign that invites our customers to participate and explore their creativity. The contest is exciting, fun-filled and above all patriotic!”
Tata DOCOMO and Tata Indicom subscribers can enjoy the music album in the form of Call Me Tune, My Song, wallpapers, full song and ringtones by simply dialing 55500 chargeable at 2p/second or SMS <satya> to 55500.