Verizon Offering BlackBerries Music-Laden MicroSD Cards
Today Verizon Wireless announced a new product aimed at BlackBerry users. The slotRadio+ microSD card will be loaded with 1,000 popular song snippets and will have 4GB of extra storage left over for customer use. Interested customers can buy the microSD card for $50. They will then have to download the slotRadio+ application. The combination of the card and application will then easily interface with Verizon's V CAST Music store to make additional purchases, such as full tracks and ringtones. The slotRadio+ card will come in two music configurations: Billboard Hits, which has modern rock, dance and hip hop, Latin, and country; and Billboard Decades, with music from ’80s, the ’90s, classic rock and oldies. The microSD card will be available beginning January 29.
Not just no...
"I'm a Genie in a bottle baby" I live by those words, another great line "I'm bringing sexy back"--> I make sure I go tanning before I listen to that jam and roll the windows down on my dads Escalade. This will make it look like I have 1000 songs on my phone but I since my allowance is usually spent on Chapstick and fake Armoni clothes.
This is how I roll!!
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I don't get it
can't i do this for free through the Amazon MP3 app on my Droid?
slotRadio+ flopped for the Shack, why VZW?
Why pay $40-$50 for 1000 tunes stuck on a card when you can just use your current music management app to side load your music from your computer to ALL of your devices?