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AOL launched test version of MusicNet

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 11 Dec 2001 15:03 User comments (1)

AOL TimeWarner told today that it launched a public test version of its version of MusicNet, a subscription-based music service owned by three major record labels (BMG, AOL TimeWarner and EMI) and RealNetworks.
AOL's expects to roll out its service in full scale in next month. AOL's service will cost $9.95 a month and it allows users to download or stream 100 tracks a month from a selection of 78,000 songs.

RealNetworks launched its own version of MusicNet in last week and MusicNet's rival, Pressplay, is expected to launch within next few weeks.

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123.4.2003 20:12

this is old news isn't it?


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