Spanish telco giant Telefonica has inked a deal to add indie Latin music from IODA available to its mobile customers in 24 countries, Pocket-lint reports. The relationship gives Telefonica an additional million tunes as full-track downloads, ringtones, video tones.
What’s not spelled out is if this content will be available for the iPhone. Telefonica has scored the rights to sell the 3G iPhone in 16 countries. It is also the parent company of O2, which has exclusive iPhone rights in the UK.
If the tracks are made available in MP3 format, then there’s no stopping iPhone users from downloading at least the full-length songs.