First mobile-phone-only music single coming in Britain

British mobile operator 3 is set to release next month a mobile-phone-only single from Anglo-Italian dance group Plant Funk, an AFP report said.
The report said "Stop Me" would make a bit of music history when it becomes the first single in Britain to be distributed solely via mobile phones.
'Mobile is a great way to reach impulsive consumers who want to buy and listen to music wherever they are,' 3 marketing director Graeme Oxby was quoted by AFP as saying.
It would cost 99 pence ($0.57) to download the song, the report said.
Last week, 'Crazy' by Gnarls Barkley became the first single to hit No. 1 in the British charts as a download-only single, the report said.

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