Verizon Wireless, Rhapsody Make Mobile Music

Medford, Cassimir
June 2008
Red Herring;6/30/2008, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on a deal forged by Verizon Wireless and digital music service Rhapsody. The deal gives Verizon Wireless' mobile phone subscribers digital rights management (DRM)-free, over-the-air access to Rhapsody's five million-song library for $15 per month. It also offers more fluidity between online and mobile content. The deal is the second in the last 10 months between a mobile carrier and a music subscription service.


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