Mobile music firm Aspiro has announced that its WiMP streaming music service is launching in Denmark this month, in partnership with ISP Telenor. It’s the second market to get the service after Aspiro’s native Norway. Telenor customers will be able to access it from their PCs, Macs and mobile phones. They’ll pay 99 kroner a month (around $18), although customers subscribing to two Telenor products (e.g. mobile and broadband) will get six months’ free and then a half-price subscription. The news further positions WiMP as a rival to Spotify when it comes to telco partnerships – Spotify works with TeliaSonera in Scandinavia. Source: Press Release

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