Verizon and Rhapsody join forces

Verizon and Rhapsody join forces
Verizon today announced that VCast Music is now compatible with Rhapsody's subscription service.  The service runs $14.99/month, and using the VCast Music with Rhapsody software users can download from Rhapsody's collection of over 5 million tracks and freely move them onto up to three devices, such as their phone and mp3 player.  If they want to own the song, users can purchase it DRM-free for $0.99 from their PC or $1.99 if they download it over the air from their phone.  In the latter case they can also download a second mp3 copy for their computer.  Compatible devices include the upcoming LG Chocolate 3, as well as the LGDecoy and LG Dare; MOTO W755; Samsung SCH-u550, Samsung Glyde andSamsung Juke. Those with a MOTORIZR Z6tv, MOTORAZR¬≤ V9m or LGVX8700 can go to the store for a software upgrade that will make them compatible.

source: Verizon Wireless

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