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.
CTIA Super Mobility Week
CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
Sep 16This 'smart' wheelchair knows to send repair notices, health alerts
Sep 16A smart wheelchair means you're never disconnected (pictures)
Sep 15How Verizon's Go90 ended up as a mobile-only video service
Sep 14AT&T Mobility chief: Don't get too excited about superfast 5G wireless yet