We wrote yesterday about Rhapsody America’s launch of a DRM-free digital music store, but simultaneously the company was striking a deal with US mobile operator Verizon Wireless, which will be offering Rhapsody to its customers as a PC and mobile subscription service. It’ll cost them $14.99 a month, which covers three PCs and three mobile phones. The Rhapsody mobile app will be preloaded on several of Verizon’s phones, starting with LG’s Chocolate 3. However, Verizon will continue to sell over-the-air downloads separately through its own store.

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