Chinese mobile operator China Unicom has launched its 3G mobile music service, although it is kicking off with a catalogue of just 100,000 songs. However, users don’t pay to download the songs – it’s an unlimited service with several major labels signed up, and data charges for the over-the-air downloads bundled into users’ mobile tariffs. China Unicom is also letting its 2G customers use the new service, even though it will take them 30 minutes or more to download a single track over the air.

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