Microsoft has announced the launch of MSN Mobile Music, a store sitting on its MSN Mobile portal selling full-track music downloads, realtones and music videos.The store launches today, and is being run for MSN by VidZone Digital Media. It’s got licences with Sony Music, EMI and Warner Music Group (but not, it seems, Universal Music Group). It’s kicking off with up to one million tracks, 25,000 tones and 10,000 videos.The mobile store uses the UK PayForIt billing system, charging users on their mobile bills. Full-tracks will cost

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