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AT&T Launches OTA Independent Music Download Store

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Jul 31, 2007, 9:11 AM   by (staff)

AT&T is launching a new music service today that makes an additional 2.7 million songs from independent artists available to subscribers. eMusic Mobile is the company providing the service, which allows for over-the-air downloading of songs directly to user handsets. Sold in packs of five for $7.49 (~$1.50 per song), users get a track for their handset, as well as a higher quality MP3 version that they can download to their PC. The eMusic store allows users to browse and preview songs before buying. The service is available on the Nokia N75, as well as the Samsung a717, a727 and the new SYNC. More handsets will be compatible with the service in the future.



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Jul 31, 2007, 9:17 AM

Hmm...AT&T offers indie crap for $1.50. Sprint offers ANY song in their library for $.99

HAHA! right on brother....way-to-go AT&Touch holes...way to "raise the bar" all you have to do now is get rid if your 1993 internet speeds,...then you might just be able to compete with everyone else... 🤣

By the time that happends tho, we will...
you are a moron if you pay anything for these ringtones. just put the damn songs on your memory card from your pc and you've got all the free music you want. Who the hell would actually pay for these?
Laugh it up. Cuz while you're laughing at paying .50 cents more for a song... I'm laughing at you for paying 40+ dollars a month for service you can't use! 🤣 🤣
yeah, wow. I'm an AT&T rep/cust and i don't even like the sound of this....
Just clarifying, don't really want to be a part of the pissing match, don't sprint downloads only last for a certain amount of time?
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