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Napster goes mobile on AT&T

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Napster and AT&T expanded their 18-month-old relationship to offer the music service via more than 25 AT&T smartphones and handsets. The cost, $7.49 a month or $1.99 per song, appears on the customer’s regular AT&T bill. Taking a gentle swipe at Apple, AT&T’s exclusive partner for the iPhone, Napster CEO Chris Gorog said, “Switching to our new format gives millions of AT&T customers the opportunity to enjoy the best mobile music experience available, in addition to the world’s largest catalog of music.”


Written by chris

October 31, 2008 at 8:22 am

Posted in Mobile, music

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