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Sonos now offers MOG streaming content

updated 10:55 am EDT, Tue May 24, 2011

MOG content now available on Sonos hardware

As expected, the MOG music service is now available on connected home gear from Sonos. The 320kbps, ad-free MOG streams are available on an on-demand basis or from a customized station. All Sonos customers in the US are getting a 14-day trial of MOG on Sonos.

MOG is the latest addition, with Sonos already offering access to Internet radio stations and services such as Napster, Rdio, iTunes, eMusic, Classical.com, Audible and more.

The Primo subscription to MOG costs $10 per month. To mark their teamwork, Sonos and MOG are offering a bundle that includes a Sonos S5 receiver, a ZoneBridge to get it on a Wi-Fi network, and one-year MOG subscription that costs 20 percent less than before.



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