US streaming music service Mog has inked a deal with mobile operator AT&T that will see its app preloaded on the company’s new 4G LTE smartphones. The first two handsets to get the app will be the Samsung Galaxy S Skyrocket and the HTC Vivid, which are both Android devices. Customers buying the phones will get a week’s free trial, and can then choose to subscribe to Mog, paying the $9.99 a month through their mobile bill. It’s Mog’s first such preload deal with a mobile operator, although rival Rhapsody has a similar deal with Verizon, while Spotify has been striking its own carrier partnerships in Europe.

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