But AT&T kicked off the CTIA fall 2007 today when it announced that wireless downloads from Napster will be available next month. For $7.49 for five songs per month or for $1.99 each, subscribers will be able to browse and purchase songs directly from the cell phone. Subscribers will then get two copies of the track; one will download to their handset and the others will download to their PC. Yes, you'll need a 3G AT&T phone with support for AT&T Music to use the service and no, the
Though AT&T is a little late to the wireless music game, and it price per song is more expensive than both Sprint or AT&T, the carrier finally has brought its mobile music network into the 21st century. We'll be eager to see how they fare.