Triple partnership brings more music to 3 Mobile
20 October 2009 — 10:04 AM
Music lovers recycling mobile phones may want to take advantage of a new tariff that has been announced on the 3 network.
The carrier unveiled a three-way partnership this week that will see it bring the Spotify streaming audio service to its customers via the Google Android-powered HTC Hero.
It was noted by the company that by combining a much most talked-about music service with an award-winning handset, 3 mobile can now offer a very attractive package at a price that will suit many pockets.
Charlotte Blanchard, director of products and services at the network, said this had been an important part of putting the new deal together.
"As a first step, we've built this service into an attractive, well-priced package with the HTC Hero. Over time our deal with Spotify will extend across a range of our products including mobile broadband."
For £35 per month, subscribers can expect full access to the Premium version of the music site, 750 cross-network minutes to other mobiles and unlimited texts, 3 Mobile calls, email, browsing, Facebook and Skype.
Other phones available via the carrier include the INQ Mini 3G.
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