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Samsung opens online music outlet

updated 12:40 pm EST, Mon January 29, 2007

Samsung online music store

Coinciding with the launch of the K3 and Y9 music players in the United Kingdom, Samsung is opening up its own online music store in that country. Accessible from custom software much like Apple's iTunes, the Samsung Media Studio currently has over 2.6 million songs, from both mainstream and independent labels. The price of albums varies, but individual tracks sell for 79 pence each, and an unlimited download subscription costs 15 per month. The purchase of a Samsung player nets a free seven-day trial. Files from Media Studio can be legally burned to a CD, as well as transferred to any third-party player. [Via Pocket-lint]



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