Sprint launches Rhapsody Radio for cell phones

Sprint teams up with RealNetworks to launch Rhapsody Radio, a service that brings streaming radio to Sprint subscribers with the company's PCS multimedia phones. The service provides streaming radio stations from Real's Rhapsody online music service, streaming podcasts, a freestyle rap service, and music news and videos. The cost for the service is $6.95 per month. Real claims more than 1.15 million subscribers to its PC-based music services. Rhapsody Radio is the fourth streaming music channel available to Sprint customers.

For more on Sprint and Real's Rhapsody Radio service:
- take a look at this press release


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