Sprint PCS Launches RealOne Multimedia
Aug 11, 2003, 11:16 AM by (staff)
updated Sprint PCS and RealNetworks today announced the launch of RealOne™ multimedia services on the Sprint PCS network, providing brand-name content with streaming audio and visual slide shows. RealOne currently provides more than four hours of new audio/visual content each day. The service costs $4.95 per month.
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