Verizon is changing their music service prices(possible iTunes Music Store Mobile?)

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  1. G5Unit macrumors 68020

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    Isee a mention of dropping the $15 monthly fee, and that the Chocolate phones won't have MP3 playback disabled. Where does it say they won't charge for WMA downloads any more? :confused:
     
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    Oh i didn't mean that they were going to stop charging sorry.
     
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    Who this really hurts is Sprint and their competing Power Vision. Verizon already had them beat on the per-track price, but now Sprint will need to look at that profitable little monthly service charge.
     
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    I doubt that they know of any competition from Apple since Apple guards their secrets like the nuclear codes. My guess is that Verizon saw the success of the pay-per-song model and decided it was best for them. People probably were not keen on paying a monthly subscription for the few songs they actually downloaded to their phones.
     

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