Sprint Nextel to expand mobile music offerings

Sprint Nextel is poised to change the dynamics of the mobile music industry by expanding its partnership with Sirius Satellite Radio and offering a subscription-based music download service. Operators, or course, like subscription plans because they get paid monthly regardless of whether a customer downloads music. However, the ability to offer a subscription has been hampered by digital-rights-management issues. The mobile music enablers have been working on this issue.

To read more about Sprint Nextel's expanded music plans:
- check out this article from FinancialWire

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