Dada Entertainment has taken the wrappers off its new web/mobile music subscription service, which is called It’s a cross between Spotify and Napster – users pay $10 a month for unlimited streaming online, and five bundled DRM-free downloads a month. There’s also an Android application for subscribers, which streams music and can also cache it for offline listening, like Spotify’s. iPhone and BlackBerry versions will launch soon. UMG, Sony and EMI are on board from the majors, but not WMG. As Billboard points out, Dada Entertainment started life as a joint venture between and Sony Music Entertainment – with Sony now owning an equity stake in Source: Billboard

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