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Alltel announces nuTsie music sharing application

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Sep 2008 20:24 User comments (4)

Alltel announces nuTsie music sharing application Alltel Wireless, one of the US' largest mobile phone carriers, has announced the the new service nuTsie which should allow users to listen to playlists from their iTunes libraries while using certain Alltel phone models.
Additionally, nuTsie allows users to share those playlists with friends and other Alltel members over the Internet.

The service costs $5 USD per month or $20 USD for a one year subscription and can be accessed from the "Alltel Shop" via your handset. Making the service more interesting, users can listen to the playlists of anyone who is using the service, giving you access to many tracks.

"Our customers are now relying on their wireless phones to provide entertainment as well as reliability,"
said Kristi Crum, director of multimedia content for Alltel Wireless. "The launch of nuTsie will maximize the music capabilities on their phones so they can now easily listen to their favorite music from iTunes, no matter where they go."

The application will be available on the MOTORAZRTM V3m and V3c, the MOTOKRZR K1m, the MOTORAZR2 V9m, the MOTOROKRTM Z6m, the LG AX565, The Wave(TM) by LG, the LG AX8600, Samsung MuseTM, the Alltel HueTM by Samsung and The WaferTM by Samsung.

"nuTsie offers Alltel Wireless customers an easy, inexpensive way to access their iTunes libraries on the go and to hear new music from other users' playlists and from our own programmed music,"
added Dave Dederer, Vice President of Business Development at Melodeo, the company that developed the software. "We're extremely pleased to be teaming with Alltel to bring nuTsie to a wider audience."

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4 user comments

125.9.2008 0:36

Umm...Okay good for alltel?

225.9.2008 0:39

(OT)i think this article are missing the spice that Made Afterdawn great

325.9.2008 0:48
varnull
Inactive

we are missing spice

we needs that spice.. somebody say sony quick ;)

"remember Luke - use the farce"

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 25 Sep 2008 @ 0:51

425.9.2008 4:32

You can buy nuTsie for $20 for the blackberry. Alltel seems to be overcharging. It looks like all nuTsie is doing is interfacing what you can do in iTunes...

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