HONG KONG -- (Marketwired) -- 07/10/13 -- UMeWorld Limited (OTCQB: UMEWF) is pleased to announce the launch of its SmartStar Home Version Subscription Service. The Company is a step closer to commercializing its digital education platform and is on track to becoming a leading education service provider in China.
SmartStar Home Version will be available through a monthly subscription of CNY$75 (US$12), enabling the user to have unlimited service access via the internet. This will initially target students in Grades 5 through 9. The Company will introduce other grades systematically over the coming quarters.
UMeWorld is currently in advance stage negotiations with several companies for the national distribution of SmartStar Charge Cards, in CNY$200 (US$33), CNY$500 (US$82) and CNY$1,000 ($163) denominations. These Charge Cards will be used solely as payment for product purchases over the SmartStar platform and will carry a 12 months expiration limit once activated.
SmartStar is a cloud-based adaptive learning education platform. Unlike traditional online courseware, SmartStar provides a concept-level assessment and evaluation of a student's learning progress. It identifies the student's strengths and weaknesses, their proficiency in a given subject area and personalizes the delivery of proprietary educational items according the student's learning needs.
UMeWorld's mission is to facilitate the interaction between people -- "You" and "Me," through its digital platform. UMeWorld intends to focus its future operations on digital media and the digital education market.
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