Motorola confirms iRadio service plans for cell phones

Motorola confirms iRadio service plans for cell phones

Motorola has made an official confirmation of their plans to launch iRadio service for mobile phones. The new service, which was announced last year, will enable users to download up to 10 hours of content at a time from a range of commercial free music channels of many genres. What you need is a mid-range Motorola phone with at least 256 MB memory, built in iRadio software and Bluetooth, low-range wireless technology that streams content from the phone to the car radio or home stereo as well as wireless audio adapter. The iRadio service will be available at the subscription cost of about $5 to $7 a month. Motorola plans to launch it first in several U.S. markets in mid-May and nationwide in the fourth quarter of 2005.






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