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Sprint music store reaches two million downloads

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Sprint LogoThe Sprint music store, the first music service in the U.S. to allow song downloads over the air, is now the first wireless music service in the U.S. to announce that two million songs have been downloaded since its launch on Oct. 24, 2005.

The Sprint music store allows customers to browse, preview and purchase songs while on the go anywhere on the nationwide Sprint network. A growing selection of more than 400,000 songs from virtually every genre is available via EMI, Sony-BMG, Warner Music and Universal. The Sprint music store offers:

  • $2.50 per song
  • Instant ability to download songs right over the air to the phone
  • Second song copy is available for download to a computer
  • Expandable handset storage
  • Ability to transfer additional unprotected CD or MP3 files to the phone via a USB cable
  • Live TV and exclusive video and audio of a full-length rock concert (Bon Jovi)
  • Streaming music from SIRIUS Music and Rhapsody Radio
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