Orange upgrades its mobile music service

Orange this week launched an upgraded version of its mobile music service, Music Player, along with new services Fireplayer Online and Calling Tunes. Orange's Music Player now supports higher quality AAC+ MPEG-4 tracks and includes new 'Tell A Friend' and 'Skip A Track' features. Also, a new text search function enables users to find music on their phone by artist and track name. Music Player tracks can be downloaded to Orange handsets for £1.50 per song. Fireplayer Online is an Web-based version of Orange's Fireplayer ringtone remixing service. Users can mix their own personalized ringtones on any True Tone enabled mobile by remixing the track on the Web service and then downloading the new ringtone to their mobile phone. Calling Tunes is a new service that lets users select ringback tones.

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