has announced that from 15 February, its streaming radio service will become a paid-only feature for most of its mobile apps, as well as on home entertainment devices like Logitech’s Squeezebox. The personal radio service will remain free on’s US, UK and German websites, on its desktop application, and for US and UK Xbox 360 console owners. Interestingly, the Windows Phone 7 app is the only mobile client to keep the service free too. Paid subscriptions to cost £3 a month in the UK. The company’s new VP of product Matthew Hawn says the change is because “on emerging mobile and home entertainment devices, it is not practical for us to deliver an ad supported radio experience”. 
Source: Music Ally Blog

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