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Lenovo PCs to come with free trial for Napster

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 07 Sep 2008 15:01 User comments (1)

Lenovo PCs to come with free trial for Napster Popular PC maker Lenovo and the legal music download service Napster have signed a deal to have Napster provide new Lenovo PC owners with a free 14-day trial to the Napster To Go digital music service.
It appears the deal is only valid for North American users and the deal will give users access to Napster's 6 million DRM-free audio tracks for free, for two weeks.

Because they are considered subscribers, the trial users will also be able "to access Napster To Go's ad-free radio stations and playlists put together by music industry professionals. They can also transfer the songs they select onto compatible MP3 players and music phones without paying an extra download charge."

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17.9.2008 17:48

cool!, so by north america you mean of course canada, usa and mexico right?

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