Sounds like not everyone quite digs the $2.50 per song price model that Sprint launched last October. Sprint says while they've managed to sell a million songs in the first three months of service (compared to Apple's first week of 1 million), they're looking into a subscription way of doing things to hopefully attract more EV-DO ready music lovers that just don't want to drop a quarter of a Hamilton on "My Humps." Sounds like a plan to us, but they haven't pinned down a price yet, so hopefully they decide on something a bit more reasonable than their per-song pricing. Sprint also mentioned that they're hoping to integrate their music service with their user's Sirius subscriptions, allowing customers to purchase the song they're hearing on the radio.

[Via MocoNews]