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Universal planning free music service

Sunday, October 14, 2007

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On Saturday, UK-based newspaper Telegraph reported that Universal is pitching a free mobile music service, called Total Music, to be paid for by carriers and some hardware manufacturers. Among the potential partners approached, according to the newspaper, are Zune-maker Microsoft, Sony BMG, and Warner Music. Sony and Warner are reportedly on board.

Once the service is established and marketed, consumers would know that Total Music devices include a free music subscription. Other details about the service, such as the companies' split, rights management, and playability on various devices have not yet been reported.

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