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New Zealand Music Awards - there's an app for that

07 Sep 2010

The free Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards iPhone app features artist profiles, competitions, the latest news from finalists and voting for the People’s Choice Awards.

The release is part of ‘Vodafone’s 30 Days of Music’, which celebrates all things great about Kiwi music. You can find out more about that here.

Vodafone’s Head of Brand Engagement, Tessa Tierney, says, “The development of the app has been really exciting, it’s a nifty little tool for Kiwi music lovers who want to check out all the finalists, purchase their music, listen to video messages from them or vote for the Vodafone People’s Choice Award. Oh, and it’s free so there’s no excuse”.

Vodafone says that it will update the app with the chance to win a VIP VNZMA experience for two.

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