Vodafone has clarified some of the details around how music will be offered to users of its new Vodafone 360 service. The launch H1 handset will have a player based on RealNetworks’ back-end, but designed by Vodafone and built by Samsung. Users will be able to buy a la carte tracks from Vodafone’s music store starting at £0.48 and rising to £0.97, with a 10-for-£5 bundle option. Meanwhile, Vodafone’s Music Unlimited service will offer unlimited downloads for £3 a month if tied into a data tariff, and £5 if not.
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