KUALA LUMPUR, 8 December 2010 – Tune Talk, the country’s fastest growing mobile prepaid service, will once again bring music lovers for a journey into the musical realm by sponsoring the tenth edition of Rock The World, the annual outdoor music festival featuring hot current and up-and-coming musical talents of Malaysia. Tune Talk will be the Official Mobile Prepaid for the rocking event.
19 bands to rock the stage Dec 26
Recognising that that the community is continuously craving for more top quality entertainment and performances, Tune Talk has come on board as the official mobile prepaid for Rock The World 10 which will take place at the National Stadium compound in Bukit Jalil on 26 December 2010 from 10 am to 12 midnight. Organised by Fat Boys, the concert will feature 19 exciting, top notch bands including among others, award-winning Pop Shuvit, Bunkface, Azlan & The Typewriter, Gerhana Skacinta, Disagree and Love Me Butch, who will be rocking the stage all day long.
According to Tune Talk CEO Jason Lo, Rock The World 10 will be a precursor to US-based Grammy-winning band Deftones’ performance in Kuala Lumpur, scheduled for February 2011. He said Tune Talk experienced a very huge branding exposure from the “Paramore Live in Kuala Lumpur” concert recently and is determined to go the music way to reach out to more fans and subscribers.
Lo said: “Tune Talk is committed to bringing forward the best musical events to be enjoyed by the public. At the Paramore concert recently, we saw concert goers enjoying themselves and were awed by the superb performance. Many of them approached us to relate that Tune Talk did a great thing by bringing in such a top quality band, as we are short of such shows here. Motivated by those words, we now bring Rock The World 10, another brilliant event which will satisfy their desire for live performances. We are proud to do our part to bring high quality entertainment for everyone to enjoy!”
“Our involvement as the Official Mobile Prepaid for Rock The Work 10 goes to prove our strong commitment to the development and growth of our local music industry. By bringing in big international acts we hope to directly and indirectly help spur our local scene to grow in tandem,” he added.
Tickets are affordably priced at RM30 and can be obtained from Ticketpro outlets, Rock Corner, Music Valley and at the venue. More details can be obtained by calling Ticketpro at 03-7880 7999 or visiting Rock The World official website at www.rocktheworld.com.my.
Lo said, to add to the excitement Tune Talk Mobile Prepaid is running a contest exclusively for its existing and new members. Just by topping up RM30 and above, they would stand a chance to win an exclusive Rock The World-autographed guitar. Subscribers may also continue to enjoy songs featured at Rock The World 10 by downloading them for free at the concert, apart from special promotion packages for Tune Talk mobile games.
On the concert day, there will be numerous exciting activities to keep concert goers occupied such as dunk-in machine, inflated sumo wrestling suit, hi-striker and much more. Everyone can look forward to exciting breaks in between performances. The great thing is that Tune Talk subscribers will enjoy all these activities for free, he added.
“In the meantime we encourage everyone to join our Tune Talk Mobile Prepaid community as our subscribers will not only enjoy the lowest rates for calls, short messages and data but will also receive direct benefits and enjoy privileges through our campaigns and promotions. Visit www.tunetalk.com to sign up for an exclusive Tune Talk Mobile Prepaid number now and start enjoying all the perks of Rock The World 10 from Tune Talk!” Lo said.
At 16 sen flat per minute for voice calls and 5 sen per SMS to any domestic operator, and 5 sen per Megabyte of data usage, Tune Talk offers the lowest prepaid rates in the country. It recently launched a loyalty programme ‘Tune Talk Points for AirAsia Flights’ that allows subscribers to accumulate points when topping up and redeem those points for flight seats to any AirAsia and AirAsia X destination.