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Friday, 26 September 2008 00:14

Sony Ericsson announces PlayNow Plus service

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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With 1,000 free songs

 

Today, Sony Ericsson launched its new music system for mobile phones called PlayNow plus. This service will enable access to Sony's BMG music catalog, as well as to Universal Music Group and Warner Music catalogs.

Users will be able to download music directly to their mobile phones, using the so-called Over-The-Air service. Of course, there will be a monthly fee, but you’ll get access to millions of songs in the aforementioned catalogs.

Sony Ericsson will launch this service with a special edition of W902 device, and each phone with PlayNow will come with 1,000 popular songs. Sony Ericsson will launch this service in the last months of this year.

More here.

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