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Napster For Cell Phones

Napster for cell phones is here. In addition to MP3 players and other mobile devices, cell phones are now compatible with the groundbreaking Napster To Go portable subscription music service.

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Cell Phones For
Napster To Go

  • Audiovox PPC4100, SMT5600
  • HP iPAQ HW6515
  • i-mate PDA2k, SP3/SP3i
  • Motorola MPX220, Moto Q
  • Orange SPV C500, SPV M5000
  • Samsung i300, SCH-i730,
  • Siemens SX66
  • Sierra Wireless Voq Pro
  • Sprint PCS Vision Smart Device Pocket PC 6600/6601
  • T-Mobile MDA Pro
  • Treo 650 with Pocket Tunes
  • Verizon XV6600
  • Vodafone VPA IV
Other Music Phones

Napster To Go allows subscribers to transfer and listen to tracks from Napster's three-million-song catalog.

To get Napster for cell phones that are compatible with the music service, you can either subscribe to the service or download songs a la carte. Cell phone models compatible with Napster To Go also offer transfer capabilities, ensuring playback of both subscription content and individually purchased downloads.

"We're excited to see the mobile device manufacturers acting quickly to offer consumers a range of feature-rich phones that support the revolutionary portable digital music subscription model pioneered by Napster," said William Pence, chief technology officer of Napster.

"We feel the decision to offer these phones, made by so many leading wireless device manufacturers, indicates that consumers looking to take their music anywhere are indeed attracted to the portable subscription model as an alternative to pay-per-download stores."

Napster for cell phones is just one of many options for downloading music to cell phones. Another well-known source is iTunes, for which Motorola designed the ROKR mobile phone. You can choose from over 1 million tracks for only 99 cents per song at iTunes.


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