JUKEBOX supplier Soundnet has launched a new service to help licensees update older jukeboxes.
The new Booster Service supplies a range of popular music from the last couple of years for machines considered out of date or those which have spent some time out of commission.
Soundnet’s Toby Hoyte said the company stays in contact with customers in order to track the music being played on its jukeboxes.
This allows Soundnet to create up to date Booster packs which contain tracks that have proved popular in other outlets.
“We offer this amazing service free of charge, because we believe it is in everyone’s best interests to have jukeboxes performing at their maximum capacity,” said Hoyte.
Image – The booster service updates music.