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Napster and AT&T in music deal

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 26 Mar 2007 13:06

Napster and AT&T in music deal Napster Inc. and AT&T Inc. have struck a deal that will provide digitals music to some of AT&T's wireless and high speed Internet customers. The deal will provide free digital music to the subscribers. It will come in to effect on April 1st allowing qualifying users access to more than 3 million songs for one year through the Napster To Go service.
Customers who download the music will be able to transfer the tracks to compatible wireless phones and music players. The offer is available to qualifying new or existing AT&T wireless customers outside of the AT&T's traditional 22-state territory when they agree to a 2 year wireless agreement with purchase of the SYNC phone by Samsung, or the BlackJack phone.


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