Lady Gaga fans could sell mobile to hear tracks on the go
17 December 2010 — 2:02 PM
Lady Gaga fans who sell their mobiles and replace them with one of the latest smartphones can enjoy access to the star's tracks all day long.
Music streaming portal Spotify has announced, via its official blog, that the US artist's single Telephone was the most played tune among UK users in 2010.
Indeed, that was not the end of recognition for the charismatic performer, as her album The Fame Monster was the top album among Spotify consumers and Bad Romance finished third in the track listings.
With the technology available as an app on some of the latest mobiles, those who sell used phones and upgrade could be in a position to download Spotify and start listening to Lady Gaga or any other musician.
Perhaps on the radar of those planning to do just that will be the Nokia C7 and N8 devices, both of which were released this autumn.
Julie Snape, head of marketing at Envirofone, says: "Music fans are increasingly using their phones to keep up to date with the latest releases. If you’d like to upgrade your handset, you could trade-in your old mobile for cash."
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