AT&T announced a pending partnership with Napster to offer music downloads to mobile phones and PCs. Subscribers to Napster Mobile will be able to download five music tracks a month for $7.50, or a single music tracks for $2 apiece. The service will send a track to both the user’s handset and the customer’s PC for no additional charge. Users can preview 30-second clips of the songs prior to purchase. The service is cheduled to launch in mid-November.
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