we7 will launch its Premium Plus music subscription service on 1st March, after Apple approved its iPhone app. The company will charge £9.99 a month for the service – matching Spotify – which will give unlimited streaming on PC and iPhone, with an offline mode for the iPhone app allowing playlists to be stored on the device. iPhone won’t be the only smartphone supported by the service though. Purdham adds that apps for Android and BlackBerry handsets are on their way. The iPhone app is actually already available on the App Store, although it won’t work until 1st March, leading to anger from some early reviewers. Or, as one puts it: “WTF is the point of this app when u can’t even f*****g use it! B******s I tell you :(” Quite. Source: Music Ally Blog

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