Huawei Mercury Gains Access to Cricket's Muve Music
Cricket Communications today announced that owners of the Huawei Mercury can now use the Muve Music service. Customers wishing to use Muve Music will need to update to the Muve Music plan, which offers music downloads, ringtones, and ringback tones, as well as unlimited messaging, unlimited 3G data, unlimited mobile video, and nationwide voice for $65 per month. The Mercury has a 4-inch display, 1.4GHz processor, and runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
AT&T Exploring Options for Cricket's Muve Music
AT&T is weighing how best to move forward with Muve Music, the subscription music service it acquired along with Cricket Wireless. AT&T is most likely going to discontinue the service and sell it to another company, according to sources cited by The New York Times.
Cricket to Replace Muve Music with Deezer
Cricket Wireless today announced significant changes soon to impact its subscription music service. First, the company announced it will launch the Deezer music app and service on Jan.
Rok MVNO to Combine Mobile with Music
A new MVNO called Rok Mobile plans to offer a merged mobile-and-music service when it launches in July. The company is working with two unnamed carriers (one GSM, one CDMA) to resell access to LTE 4G networks, but it will also bundle in its own streaming music service as part of the core offering.
Verizon Teams with Slacker for Ringtone Service
Verizon Wireless today announced a new product offering from partner Slacker Radio. For $2 per month, Verizon customers can subscribe to Slacker Radio Tones, which provides access to Slacker's entire music library for ring tones and ringback tones.
T-Mobile Gives MetroPCS Unlimited Music Streaming, Too
MetroPCS today announced a handful of new features that mirror services offered by its parent company, T-Mobile. First, MetroPCS customers now have access to Music Unlimited, which, like T-Mobile's Music Freedom, lets customers stream unlimited music over LTE without impacting their monthly data allotment.