T Mobile to offer music service on latest phones
12 December 2008 — 6:30 PM
Consumers with the latest phones on the T Mobile network could soon have access to a number of special services.
The operator announced this week that it is launching a new product entitled Mobile Jukebox that will partner with a number of other companies to provide a fuller music experience.
The enhanced music service, which will be available to T Mobile's web'n'walk customers, will allow people to use a new store to download tracks from some of their favourite artists.
With Last.fm, Wikipedia and Shazam also onboard, music lovers will also be able to check out the latest information about the acts they love.
Gareth Williams, UK entertainment manager at T Mobile, said: "This new way of presenting music to our customers will connect them to the artists, news and music they want whenever and wherever they want."
It was reported earlier this month that T Mobile would also be the first network to provide advertising-funded games that are free to its customers.
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