Soundnet unveils booster as part of plan to give “customers more for less”

Soundent Digital Jukebox booster packs
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Soundnet/TouchTunes has released a series of ‘Booster Packs’ which are free to customers, providing new content specially curated to ensure consistently high revenues.

 

The drive behind the marketing campaign is aimed at supporting venues, both existing and new, to make the most out of their equipment.

“We know that customers have older digital jukeboxes in their estate, or even sitting in warehouses and we have affordable ways to give this equipment a new lease of life and increase earning potential,” explained Karen Sarosi. “Our support continues through the lifetime of the equipment we sell to customers.”

The Booster Packs include the Top 300 most played Jukebox tracks; all UK Chart Hits for each year 2017-2021 inclusive; Indie/Alt Rock; Soul/Motown; Country; Irish; Northern Soul. The packs are released in addition to the free playlists that Soundnet/TouchTunes offer customers around major events such as Jubilee weekend and Festival season. In addition, Soundnet also offers the V5 kit – a low-cost plug-in which boost existing Sound Leisure digital jukeboxes with the Milestones in Music package of 2.5 million tracks and Official Charts content. “There is no reason at all why older jukeboxes should not reach their earning potential,” added Sarosi. “It could not be easier to bring them right up to date for a minimal outlay.”

In its summer drive, the jukebox specialist is also offering flexible finance options to spread the cost of investment on the very latest TouchTunes models.

“We would urge operators to get in touch and talk through their requirements with myself or Karen,” advised Toby Hoyte. “We can tailor a package to suit each individual company’s needs, with a focus on ongoing support to maximise revenues. We believe we are unique in offering such a wide selection of affordable options to maintain older units in addition to great deals on brand new jukeboxes.”


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