Sprint claims 1 million music downloads

Sprint Nextel says 1 million songs have been downloaded by its customers since the carrier debuted its Sprint Music Store in October. It's a surprising statistic given the fact that most analysts believed music downloaders are extremely price sensitive and wouldn't pay the $2.50 per song Sprint is charging. Still, you have to wonder how many of the downloads had to do with promotions that didn't require the customer to pay. Early on, the carrier offered five free songs to check the service out.

To read more about Sprint Nextel's download music service:
- read this article from cellularnews.com


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