Australian streaming service Guvera first launched in 2010 as an MP3 download site, but has since transitioned to streaming. The service offers both free ad-supported and paid accounts.
In the past year Guvera has expanded to Indonesia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines. Now, Guvera has expanded to India. Founder Claes Loberg said:
“We are both proud and excited to be the first-of-its-kind international music streaming offering to enter India; a market that is truly diverse in terms of its taste for music…”
Earlier this year WiMP opened an office in India, and Rdio said they would soon expand to India. Looks like Guvera could have some serious competition in the region.
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