Music Sales Limited: Never miss a company announcement with the new "on the go" share alert service from Fingo News

 Music Sales Limited: Never miss a company announcement with the new "on the
                   go" share alert service from Fingo News

New service gives retail investors the edge in trading.

In today's fast-moving stock markets, knowledge is power, and timing is
crucial. Fingo News' new service allows users to access and read RNS company
announcements from anywhere via their laptop or smartphone-meaning they never
lose out on a price-sensitive report.

Investors can set up a bespoke list of companies and shares that they wish to
follow and subscribe to receive instant announcements. This way, investors
don't have to trawl through all the daily RNS announcements and will not miss
important news about a share they hold. Investors only receive the information
they need as soon as it is released.

'Investors can access and read UK stock announcements wherever they are," said
Will Searle, director of Fingo News (www.fingonews.com). 'Alerts are immediate
and in real time, which means investors can analyse and trade on the back of
instant stock announcements.

'We know retail investors need to have information instantly so that they can
make an informed decision about trading before the price moves away from
them,' explained Searle.

'Fingo News' revolutionary new service means investors can receive instant
alerts either on the move through our iPad and iPhone app or at home through
the web browser.' (NOTE: Did Searle say this, too?)

A unique feature is that each alert has a 'quick read' function, which means
that users receive key information on the screen before reading the full
announcement.

'We believe email alerts are far too clunky," said Searle. 'They are often
missed or received some time after the announcement. That is why we've taken
advantage of Apple's Push Notifications service to give investors the news
nearly instantly. It will alert you with the key information on the screen so
you can tell what's going on before you even go into the announcement.'

Searle and his team took a rigorous look at what investors really needed and
decided the service should have only RNS announcements. 'We stripped away
non-essential items because we know how important it is for investors to
access the information quickly and for it to be presented clearly,' he says.

'We know from talking to investors that what they need is a simple alert, so
we ensured that the app is not cluttered with any non-core functionality, he
explained.

The app is also completely integrated with the website, meaning that when you
add a stock to your watchlist on your phone, it will update your iPad and web
version, saving time and ensuring you can read your alerts no matter where you
are or which device you use.

The service is designed to complement trading apps from online trading
platforms such as IG Index and Hargreaves Lansdown.

There are two levels of service:

1. A free service in which news about shares on your watchlist and company
alerts will be delayed by one hour

2. An annual subscription service costing £24.99 that sends news and
announcements about shares on your watchlist in real time

All new customers will receive a complementary 30-day trial of real time
access. They can then decide which level of service to choose.

Searle stated, 'We have really listened to the needs of our customers, who are
active retail investors, and we are proud to have created a service that means
they will always access the news immediately, giving them the power to trade
and to make decisions quickly.'

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of NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions clients.
The issuer of this announcement warrants that they are solely responsible for
the content, accuracy and originality of the information contained therein.
Source: Music Sales Limited via Globenewswire
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