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Sprint Adds More Music Partnerships

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Sep 19, 2005, 12:35 PM   by (staff)

Sprint has added two new streaming audio partnerships for users of their Multimedia series phones. Last week Sprint teamed up with Sirius to provide streams of 20 Sirius stations including common genre stations (pop, country, etc.) and stations devoted to periods in rock history. Today Sprint announced a partnership with Rhapsody to provide 5 of the online music service's streams as well as a stream of west coast radio station KCRW's podcasts and another channel of rap loops to rhyme over. Subscribing to each partner's channels will cost $6.95 per month.

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Sep 21, 2005, 5:30 PM

Kinda pointless

Nice, except for the fact Cingular now has the Motorola ROKR so you can have 1,000 songs on a phone/iPod and not have to pay the 7$ a month just upload what you have on iTunes now.

Get a call put the music on pause take the call and start up again. Can't do that with streaming audio.

Sep 19, 2005, 3:00 PM

Sounds Great!

I have had Sirius since the day it came out on Sprint and I cannot live without it. Walking around campus without music now seems so bland.
talk to us about your experience.

Sep 19, 2005, 10:32 PM


want music stream? buy a radio

cant handle living without music for the 2 minutes youre walking from here to there? mp3 player

why pay 7 extra dollars a month for some sh1tty streams of music you dont like on a phone with sub-par sound quality coming out of a ministereo jack

whatever, waste of time and money in my eyes
i agree.

except for the fact that i am a sprint-nextel/t-mobile/verizon/cricket dealer and when its not busy, that music in my ear through my bluetooth headset is pretty much the only thing that keeps me sane. lucky for me, i guess, i have a sprin...

Sep 20, 2005, 9:56 AM

does it cost minutes to listen

does it cost minutes to listen
no it doesnt cost minutes...you subscribe for $6.95/mo and you can listen to it as much as you want. the rhapsody one isn't as good as the sirius one, though. there's not as many channels and it seems to buffer more than the sirius satellite radio. ...
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