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Opera Mobile launches Unlimited Music service in Russia

Daniel Cooper, @danielwcooper
November 19, 2012
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Opera has seen fit to quietly launch a new music service for mobile users in Russia -- a country drowning in browser choices. Unlimited Music offers users around two million tracks, with Android and Windows Phone subscribers able to stream and download tracks, while iOS jockeys are lumbered with streaming-only. The service will set you back 150 rubles a month (around $4.75) and is projected to attract 1.5 million customers by the end of next year -- to which we say za vas!

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