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AT&T bundling could get Beats’ Daisy off to a running start

When Beats announced its plans for a streaming music service named Daisy earlier this year, the emphasis was on music discovery features as a way to stand out from the crowd. At the time, we thought there'd have to be more...
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Rhapsody bags AT&T billing deal

Rhapsody has a new agreement with AT&T to enable the latter's customers to pay for Rhapsody through their mobile bills.
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Deezer looks for US partner as Rhapsody bags AT&T billing deal

Could stronger partnerships between streaming services and mobile operators be the next giant leap forwards for the US digital music market?
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With Teeth: Reactions from Twitter to Spotify’s Branded Apps

Today Spotify announced that it was to launch branded apps in conjunction with Coca-Cola, Reebok, McDonald’s, Intel and AT&T. So, I thought I’d gauge intial response from my followers on Twitter. Below is...
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AT&T considering charging app-makers for data usage

The net neutrality debate on mobile is set to blow up again, after US telco AT&T floated the idea of charging app makers, rather than customers, for data usage.
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Mog bags AT&T preload deal for new 4G smartphones

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.
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Mog bags AT&T preload deal for new 4G smartphones

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.
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Blink 182 bundle fan content into new music video

Blink 182 have launched a new music video on YouTube as part of a partnership with telco AT&T which makes unauthorised use of fan videos in return for their unauthorised use of the band's music.
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Report claims US ISPs about to announce graduated response plans

While the UK music and internet industries continue to wrestle with the implications of the Digital Economy Act, it seems the US could introduce its own version of graduated response in the near future. CNET reports that...
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Verizon gets the iPhone, and music app-makers rejoice

Yesterday, US mobile operator Verizon Wireless announced that it finally has a deal to sell Apple's iPhone 4, breaking rival AT&T's exclusivity in the US.
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Verizon Wireless set to announce iPhone deal

Ever since the first iPhone came out, it has only been available on one operator in the US: AT&T. However, longstanding rumours of a new deal with Verizon Wireless look set to be finally confirmed tomorrow, at an event...
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AT&T to let customers pay for music on their phone bills

US mobile operator AT&T Wireless has announced a series of deals with mobile payments companies Boku, Zong and BilltoMobile. The goal: to let its subscribers buy digital music, movies and other digital goods on their...