Alltel Adds iTunes Compatibility Via nuTsie
Sep 24, 2008, 11:09 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Alltel announced a new application that's available in its download store that will let users listen to their iTunes playlists through their cell phones. The nuTsie service costs $5 per month, or $20 per year, and will let you access your iTunes library, as well as share playlists and discover friends' playlists. The service will be compatible with 10 phones to start, including the Motorola RAZR V3m and V3c, KRZR K1m, RAZR2 V9m and Z6m; the LG AX565, Wave and AX8600; the Samsung Muse, Hue and Wafer. Alltel will add the functionality to more phones over time.
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