Yet another major wireless carrier in the United States is making a move to expand into digital media. Sprint has recently announced this week that it has purchased one third of Tidal, the music streaming subscription service owned by rap superstar Jay Z and other music recording stars. Sure, Sprint’s move may not be as big as Verizon Wireless’ and AT&T’s, but it is a significant one nonetheless.
Major US wireless carrier Sprint has struck a music streaming partnership with Napster (formerly known as Rhapsody). The partnership, however, does not mean that subscribers of the fourth biggest mobile operator in America will be able to enjoy exclusive access to delicious Napster deals or even get to preinstall the official Napster mobile app on their handsets. But it does combine billing unto the customer’s smartphone plan.
Virgin Mobile, the prepaid subsidiary of major US wireless carrier Sprint, has decided to introduce new unlimited plans that start at only $30 a month, and already come with unlimited voice calls, unlimited text messaging, and unlimited 2G data.
Customers of Boost Mobile who are also music aficionados will no doubt be delighted with the wireless carrier’s latest announcement. The prepaid arm of Sprint has just decided to start offering unlimited music streaming (courtesy of five music streaming service providers) in all of its smartphone plans, absolutely free of charge.
T-Mobile continues to beef up the list of service covered in its Music Freedom feature. The third biggest wireless carrier in the United States has just announced that it has added eleven new music streaming service providers to Music Freedom’s current roster of supported services. This means that for subscribers under T-Mobile’s Simple Choice plans, they will now be able to stream music from the following new service providers without affecting their monthly high speed data allotment:
This should come as welcome news for subscribers of MetroPCS, a prepaid subsidiary of T-Mobile. The prepaid wireless service provider will basically be allowing its customers to enjoy as much music streaming as they like without ever having to worry about it affecting the data allotment of their plan.
Apple Music has finally come to mobile devices powered by Google’s Android mobile operating system, albeit it is still on beta. The music streaming subscription service launches on Android in all of mobile markets around the world that Apple has Music for IOS in, that is, with the exception of the Chinese market, where the company is planning to launch a beta soon.
For the nth time, T-Mobile yet again unveils a new promotion. This time around, the carrier is saying that it will lock in the price of its iPhone to $15 per month. This applies to any person who purchases an iPhone device now with every intention to upgrade to the next iPhone model coming out later this year.
Apple recently rolled out a minor update to iTunes that should take care of some technical problems that Apple users have been experiencing while using iTunes Match and cloud services offered by the iPhone maker.
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