Currently, Sprint offers one of the best deals in the music download service industry, by enabling customers to download a separate copy of purchased songs to their PCs, aside from the ones downloaded to their mobile phones.
However, Sprint will soon cease this kind of operation, saying in an update on its web site that, “Beginning October 15, 2008, Sprint Music Store purchases will no longer include a second PC copy. All Sprint Music Store purchases will continue to be conveniently delivered directly to your Sprint handset.”
The company reassures that it will stay true to its word and gives customers the chance to download for-PC copies of purchases all they want up until October 14th, before the service update goes into effect.
So if you are one of the Sprint Music Store’s customers, now’s a good time to put remember your favorite artists and songs and download copies of their tracks onto your PC before it’s no longer allowed by Sprint.
Via RCR Wireless
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