According to the second largest US carrier, the new AT&T Music app combines popular music services to provide users with song and album downloads, an enhanced music player, song match capabilities, lyrics search, and access to 40 commercial-free genre radio stations.
AT&T intends to sign deals with Sony Music Entertainment, EMI Music and The Orchard for enabling full song and album downloads.
The AT&T Music service is available for $6.99 per month to customers who have an unlimited data plan (and one of the aforementioned three phones). AT&T plans to offer the new service for more handsets in the future. Meanwhile, the AT&T Music app can be downloaded through MEdia Mall.
Via Press release
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