Sprint Nextel Over-The-Air Music Download Review

Posted: Nov 10 2005, 4:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:45pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


Sprint Nextel Over-The-Air Music Download Review
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David Pogue at the NY Times just published an interesting review of the recently launched Sprint Nextel Over-the-Air music download service.

He likes the idea of the Over-The-Air Music Download service. He thinks though that Sprint's pricing is too high ($2.50/song), the music catalog is too small and that users cannot use the downloaded music files as ring-tones sucks big time.
Additionally, I think that the Samsung SPH-A940 (photo) and the Sanyo MM-9000 are not really exciting mobile phones, but you need one of those to enjoy Sprint's new Power Vision service.See also this early review of the Sprint Nextel music service.

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