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Vodafone preps unlimited music download service

Michael Caputo
September 19, 2007
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As Vodafone prepares for another busy holiday season, it's pulling out all the stops to entice customers to activate service. Starting in November, customers in the United Kingdom can subscribe to unlimited music downloads with no additional data charges for as little as $4.02 per week. They'll have access to over a million songs from four major labels and independents as well. The service being provided by another UK company, Omnifone, which has a similar deal with Telnor of Sweden. The first phone model the service will be available on is Nokia's N95 (8GB) with more handsets to follow before the holidays.

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